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Welcome to EasyIMM

Easy IMM has sucessfully help people around the world to immigrate and setteldown in Canada. Our experience professionals are ready all the time to serve.The success of our work for each client is the direct result of a gritty determination to be the very best at what we do.?If we accept a client, that acceptance comes with our commitment that we can and will fulfill his/her demands. give us a call and see how we can help.

New Immigration Policy

New AINP Policy: Alberta Opportunity Stream

(Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program)updated: 2017-11-07

The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) is an economic immigration program, it supports Alberta’s economic growth by attracting and retaining work-ready people to the province.The new Alberta Opportunity Stream (AOS) will take effect January 2, 2018 and will replace the Employer-Driven Stream and Strategic Recruitment Stream. Until the new stream takes effect, the AINP will continue to accept applications for both of these existing streams. 

Alberta Opportunity Stream

Applications are not being accepted under this stream until January 2, 2018. The criteria below is listed for reference purposes only. Applications to the Alberta Opportunity Stream postmarked before January 2, 2018 will not be accepted.

In January 2018, the AINP website will be updated with further details on how to apply to this stream including application forms.

In 2018, the AINP will be implementing intake and nomination guidelines that will set the maximum number of applications accepted and nominations issued each year, as well as maximums for applications and nominations by sector and occupation. Further details on these guidelines will be posted on the AINP website in 2018.

To find out if you are eligible to immigrate to Canada permanently, call us at:

电话: 1-647-430-0079    1-613-701-1055  传真: 1-647-430-0080



地址: 333—4168 finch ave., east, Scarborough, Ontario. Canada

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Children Under 22 Now Considered Dependents on Canadian Immigration Applications

As of October 24, 2017, children under the age of 22 are considered as dependents on all immigration programs administered by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), including for economic migrants and refugees. For the past three years, only children under the age of 19 were considered as dependent.

Children who are 22 years of age or older, but who rely on their parents due to a physical or mental health condition, will continue to be considered dependent children.

The age limit change will not be applied retroactively to applications submitted on or after August 1, 2014, and before October 24, 2017. IRCC explained this by stating that ‘applying the change to in-process applications would require a pause in finalizing many permanent residence applications and would impact processing times in many programs.’

The government of Canada believes that a higher age limit will have more positive social and cultural impacts by keeping families together, while also enhancing Canada’s economy by making it a destination of choice for skilled immigrants who want to keep their families together.

“Raising the age of dependents lets more families stay together. This will bring economic and social gains to our country as it enhances our attractiveness as a destination of choice for immigrants and refugees,” stated Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Ahmed Hussen.

The change is further evidence of the current federal government’s progressive outlook on immigration generally. Other recent measures include changes to Canada’s Citizenship Act, allowing immigrants to transition to citizenship more easily and quickly than previously.

To find out if you are eligible to immigrate to Canada permanently, call us @ 647-430-0079(Toronto), 613-701-1055(Ottawa), or E-mail:  our website is :

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