Thanksgiving 2017

Happy (Canadian) Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving 2017
Thanksgiving occurs in October in Canada, and is a time to give thanks, traditionally after the crops have been harvested.

This year, in Ontario, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation, in which Ontario was one of the four founding provinces. The other three are Quebec; New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Our cool and wet Ontario spring has yielded to an summer that has stretched a few extra weeks into October. The tropical plants remain outside at least three weeks later than most years. The remnants of Hurricane Nate shed its remaining moisture in a pre-dawn, warm, wet, shower to keep the garden mostly green at a time when the leaves are going golden most years. Warm wishes wherever you are.

Considering Canada

Immigrate to Canada and fulfill your dreams

Welcome to the new Upper Canada Immigration Consultants web site. This is an immigration consulting firm, with a developing web presence.

Upper Canada Immigration Consultants (UCIC) provides consulting services to individuals seeking advice, guidance and assistance in citizenship, refugee and immigration matters. UCIC prepares applications and submits them to Visa Offices on behalf of clients; drafts documents; prepares rationales in support of applications and proceedings before federal and provincial government, as well as the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB). UCIC also certifies documents, affidavits and statutory declarations that are needed for submission to government offices, schools, universities, visa offices and other places.

Our firm conducts research and provides feedback to foreign nationals and clients who are interested in exploring investment programs or self-employment in Canada. We develop concept papers and business plans for the investor or entrepreneur and strategic settlement plans for the integration of their family as well.

UCIC can assist foreign nationals who have failed in their application for permanent residency, visitor’s visa, work permit or study permit to obtain your case files and the visa officer’s case notes.

Helping people get a better understanding of why an application did not succeed helps you know what to do to increase your chances the next time you apply. These notes are very helpful and provide deep insight into the decision making process and  the factors that contributed to a failed application.

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