Frequently Asked Questions
An authorised representative is a person who is legally allowed to represent you on an immigration matter. They can represent you in matters related to:
- Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada,
- Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, or
- Canada Border Services Agency.
In NorthPass, Mr. Faisal Khan and Ms. Marwa Elhosseiny are both Canadian Immigration Consultants and members of Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council in good standing and are authorized by the Canadian government to represent your interests in all immigration matters.
It is important to choose an authorised representative to act on your behalf on immigration matters to protect your rights!
Although all forms and guidelines are available on Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website, there are still plenty of details due to the complexity of the process. Self-assessment methods are not always accurate and cannot give you the full picture because of the scope of Canadian immigration program. Any error in interpreting the Canadian Immigration Laws and Regulations results in common mistakes that triggers unnecessary delays and refusals.
NorthPass can offer professional assistance in the following areas:
- Provide an assessment of the probability of your success
- Provide customised choices and options depending on your situation
- While preparing your file, direct you to ensure that you are awarded the full Canadian immigration points to which you are entitled
- Assisting you in providing enough evidence to support your file
- Complete and apply the entire applications packets with expert guidance
- If required, provide the IRCC office and/or other relevant Canadian government departments with additional form of representation.
You can rest assured that our team will handle your file with utmost confidentiality and professionalism.
There is a great variety of programs through which you can visit, study or immigrate to Canada, and most of them follow the same steps
Determine if you are eligible:
Get started with our Free Assessment that takes around 15 minutes to complete.
- Language abilities in English or French
- Work experience
- Family Members
- Arranged Employment in Canada
- Income and/or Net Worth
Our assigned case manager will review your profile, he will contact you to proceed with your file. If you are eligible to apply through any of the available programs, we will create your profile to start the process.
The process timeline varies from one case to another, nevertheless, there are factors that affect the length of the timeline:
- Type of application
- Number of applications
- Interview requirement
- The case office processing your application
Please Check processing times on the ICCRC website.
Definitely, Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) follow strict Code of ethics and Conduct, they also follow all rules and regulations set by the ICCRC which is the governing body of Canadian immigration. Hiring a non-regulated immigration consultant entails many risks and does not protect your right in case of an error or omission. Check the ICCRC website to verify our status with ICCRC.
No Immigration company can guarantee the outcome of an immigration application! Application outcome depends solely on the discretion of authorized officers at Processing centers, Canadian embassies, high commissions and consulates.
Some companies will advise you to use false documents which can result in the refusal of your application and banning you from entering Canada. Avoid fake websites that make false promises to swindler your money.
You can check our website for more information about current permanent and temporary immigration programs, you can also check the official website of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is www.cic.gc.ca.
As Canada starts its nationwide Vaccination program, it is expected that the travel restrictions will be lowered and there will be a great need for new immigrants to fill the Gap that has formed in the Canadian economy.
The government plans to welcome an average of 410,000 now permanent residents for the years 2021 to 2023 through the Government of Canada’s Immigration Levels Plan.
It is highly expected that the CRS score will decrease to allow more immigrants into the country.