Immigration services

towards any Canadian province,
wherever you are in the world!

We provide immigration counsel in English, French and Spanish,

and we speak the universal language of passion and dedication.

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Welcome to Martineau & Mindicanu

Martineau & Mindicanu was founded in 2010 to provide immigration services towards all Canadian provinces and territories. Be it to request permanent residence, a temporary status like a work permit, an authorization to study or a visitor visa, or to restore an expired status, our team will be there to guide you and answer all your immigration-related questions. 

Our consultants are full members of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council, as well as of the Québec and Saskatchewan Consultants Registry, and Commissioners for Oaths. We have all the required authorizations to represent you before the provincial governments as well as the federal one, regardless of the province of your preference.

Our offices are located in the city of Montreal, Canada, however we keep direct contact with clients from all over the world, be it by email, phone or videoconferences. Most Canadian immigration procedures are now online, which facilitates the application process. We offer services in English, French and Spanish, the preferred language of communication being at the choice of our clients. 

At Martineau & Mindicanu, our team considers immigration an Art. We keep up-to-date with the constantly changing immigration law, regulations and procedures and put our years of experience and human values at the service of our clients.

Your project is unique and deserves a thorough and genuine consideration and we will be happy to assist you.

How to let us help you

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Step 1. Preliminary consultation 

The first step is to analyze your situation through a preliminary interview, in order to establish your eligibility for certain immigration programs, determine your chances and discuss possible strategies in your particular case, whether you intend to sponsor, immigrate, study, work or visit Canada.

The consultation is meant as a diagnosis of your profile and has informative purposes, so that you are clear on your chances, the steps to follow and offer you answers to your questions. The immigration procedures are complex, each Canadian province has its own rules and a thorough assessment is of key importance.

We believe that it is important that you have access to advice in respect to all provincial and federal immigration programs, so that you have a broad understanding of your options. If you have already started immigration procedures and need guidance in the process, the preliminary assessment will serve for this purpose as well.

Step 2. Representation services

After the initial consultation, should you be eligible and decide to start the immigration procedures with our office, and if we are able to represent you, the next step would be to sign a representation service agreement. 

From there on, we will provide you with information regarding the documentation, forms, and procedures, we will guide you step by step, provide you with instructions, monitor continuously your eligibility, represent you before the Canadian authorities and offer you assistance all the way. We will also be there for you to answer your questions and take the necessary actions in order to maximize your chances to obtain permanent residence, work or study permit, or visitor visa.

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We look forward to serving you!

Our services

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Express Entry

This is the main federal immigration system that allows the selection of economic immigration candidates through 3 immigration programs
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Quebec immigration programs​

The Québec government selects the candidates based on its own rules and criteria. Once selected, a Certificate of Selection of Québec (CSQ) is issued, which allows to apply for Canadian permanent residence with the federal government.
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Business Programs

The Canadian federal government as well as the provincial ones, have several programs developed to attract business people (entrepreneurs and self-employed persons).
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Family Reunification (sponsorship)

Canadian law establishes the reunification of Canadian citizens and permanent residents with their loved ones as one of the top priorities.
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Provincial nominee programs

Each province establishes criteria to select candidates based on their particular labour market needs.
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Atlantic Immigration Pilot program

This is a pilot program designed by the federal government to allow employers in Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island) to hire and retain foreign skilled workers and international graduates that want to stay permanently in Atlantic Canada.
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Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

This federal pilot program requires to have a job offer, meet basic requirements in terms of language skills, level of education and work experience, and to meet the requirements of one of the 11 communities that participate in this immigration program
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Student

We offer assistance with visas, permits, extensions and restoration of status as students, workers, visitors
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Visitors

We offer assistance with visas, permits, extensions and restoration of status as students, workers, visitors
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Workers

We offer assistance with visas, permits, extensions and restoration of status as students, workers, visitors
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Canadian Citizenship

Permanent residents who comply with the required time of physical presence in Canada can apply for Canadian Citizenship. While permanent residents must meet residence requirements on a continuous basis and do not have the right to vote, citizens are not subject to these restrictions, on top of other rights gained.
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Official translations

We offer the service of translations (any combination of English/French/Spanish) done by Canadian certified translators.
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COVID-19 Update

Due to COVID-19, delays in our response may occur, despite our efforts.
The preferred means of communication is by email.
Due to the restrictions, all consultations take place online only.

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