Attention Filipinos in Canada, the Federal and Provincial immigration programs of Canada are constantly evolving. Let Mercan assist and guide you which among these immigration programs will best meet your needs
|Federal Skilled Worker|
|Quebec Skilled Worker|
|Provincial Nominee Program|
|Canada Experience Class|
Choosing a Firm
The credibility of the firm you choose to represent you and your family is of critical importance. To help you decide which immigration consultant is best for you, here are some basic guidelines.
1) Educate yourself about the company's credentials and qualifications
Find out how long the company has been in business. Many new consulting firms do not have the manpower, expertise or knowledge of Canadian immigration laws. Within two to three years many firms close down - taking your case with them into obscurity. Provide yourself with peace of mind. Choose a firm like Mercan Capital, which has been in the business of helping people for over 20 years.
2) Find out if the company really cares about you
Every application represents an individual and should be treated with professionalism and courtesy. Ask questions. Do not be shy. Inquire about who is preparing your file, what their credentials are, and if you can see or talk to them. The best consulting firm maintains an open relationship with their clients and communicates with them throughout the entire processing period.
3) Get proof of their success stories
Numbers can be deceiving. Do not just look at the percentage of successful applications; find out how many cases were handled, how complex they were and the variety of the applications. A reputable firm will provide evidence to back up their claims.
4) Spend your money wisely
Would you prefer to pay for success or failure? Many firms demand money up front with no guarantee of a refund if your application for a visa should fail. Before choosing a firm, find out what you are getting for your money. Mercan Capital’s money back policy is one of the best in the industry.