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Why Adventure Immigration

We Know What You Need.

Here are 10 significant reasons to choose a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC)
from Adventure Immigration Services:

1. Professionalism and Reliability

Adventure Immigration is a team of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants who are the members of immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). Becoming a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) requires a year of specialized training and rigorous exams. And it doesn’t stop there.

RCICs are also required to undertake Continuing Professional Development that keeps them on top of any changes in the immigration system and helps them to deepen their expertise in specialized areas such as investor immigration, skilled workers, family sponsorships, and refugee hearings. Accountable,

Knowledgeable, Professional – choose us to guide you through the immigration maze.

2. Save time and money by choosing the right immigration program

We charge a fee for our services, but we will save you time and money in the long run.

Consider this:

there are more than 60 immigration programs that lead to permanent residence – federal, provincial, and Quebec

there are dozens of categories for temporary work permits with processes that change drastically based on your nationality, profession, employer, province of destination, etc.

You could waste days or weeks searching the internet and poring through blogs and self-help sites to find the strategy and category that will get you to Canada – or you could let our experience, knowledge, and expertise find the best fit for you.

3. We guarantee that your application will be “Perfected”

We can’t guarantee that your application will be accepted. If anyone offers you such a guarantee, run away!

But we do guarantee that your application will be “perfected” – completed correctly and with all supporting documents attached. CIC requires that every application be perfected – or they simply send it back.

Online application kits come with a document checklist, but there are a lot of things that are not explained online. For example:

How do you get a police certificate for the time you worked in Saudi Arabia? What should you do if you don’t have a birth certificate? What if the company you used to work for went out of business and can’t provide you with the documents you need for your application? What should you do when you applied for a work permit online, but they didn’t let you upload your provincial nomination letter – and now they’ve refused your application because you didn’t submit one!

There are hundreds of examples like this where you would have no one to turn to for advice – unless you have us working on your behalf.

We employ strict Quality Control measures to ensure that your application is accurate and perfected.

4. We guarantee that your application will be well presented professionally

Completing the application forms and collecting supporting documents are just part of the process. Our team includes a former Canadian visa officer who knows how applications are evaluated and can anticipate the questions that are likely to arise.

When we submit your application, we also prepare a custom cover document that clearly outlines how you qualify for a visa or permit and clears up any grey areas or possible problems – before they arise in the Visa Officer’s mind!

5. We are always by your side

Visa officers and Canadian border officials are well trained and, for the most part, fair and impartial, but they do make mistakes. People are often intimidated by government officials and find it difficult to argue with one or anyone in authority – even when they know they’re right. We will stand up for you and ensure that the law is interpreted correctly and that your rights are protected.

6. Easier communication with the Government

Have you ever tried to call a visa office – or anyone in CIC – to resolve a problem? You know how hard it is to reach anyone who is willing and able to answer your questions. Staff at CIC’s Call Centres do their best, but immigration is so complicated that they often give the wrong answer or the wrong advice. We have access to government directories in Canada and overseas, and know who to contact on your behalf, and how to reach them.

7. Personal attention

Our immigration professionals know what questions to ask to make your application the best it can be and to help you avoid the hidden traps and pitfalls of the immigration process. And if circumstances change during the application process – you get married or divorced, have a child, or change jobs – we will be there to help you evaluate any impact those changes might have on your application. Similarly, if the government changes a program or regulation, we will determine how those changes might affect your case, and advise you accordingly.

8. Protecting your confidentiality

A lot of information is available online, whether on government websites or the many immigration-related self-help forums and blogs. But if you have a sensitive question about your family, your education, your employment, past brushes with the law, or a medical condition – you don’t want that information splashed all over the internet. You want to be able to ask your questions in a safe environment where you know your privacy will be protected. we will protect your sensitive information.

9. Following up and dealing with difficulties and complexities

Every immigration process takes a long time and requires attention to detail and patience. We will monitor your case, no matter how long it takes and will make sure that documents are current. We’ll track when your medical exam is set to expire and when it’s time to renew your visa or permit. And when documents don’t get delivered, payments go astray, online processes fail, visa officers misread your application and come to the wrong decision . . . so many things can go wrong . . . You want the peace of mind that comes from knowing we are working for you to prevent or correct any snags that might arise.

10. Handling your Appeal

If you’ve submitted your own application or had someone else represent you, and your case has been refused for some reason, we will evaluate your file to see if there are any grounds for a successful appeal, including Humanitarian and Compassionate considerations and the Best Interests of a Child involved. We will put forward the most complete and compelling case possible and represent you during the appeal process before the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB).


The following will describe the BENEFITS and SUCCESS that can be achieved by hiring our services:

Many applications are delayed or rejected because they are incomplete:

Weeks or months can be wasted because you didn’t send all the required supporting documents. A large proportion of your points will come from adaptability, and lack of organization at this stage can be very damaging. Our experienced consultants will be sure to send all of your supporting documents accurately when you apply. This will help to leave a favourable first impression on the Immigration Officer handling your case.


Other applications are rejected because the immigration officials discover that the information you have given them is inaccurate or misleading:

It does not matter whether deception was intentional or not. One little mistake will cost you dearly. Our experts will make sure your application is accurate, thereby avoiding many needless problems.

English is a factor:

Your ability to speak, write, and read English will be evaluated. If your application contains even the simplest errors, your ability to score well in this category may be jeopardized. We will ensure that your application is prepared in perfect English.

We will prepare a professional ‘cover letter’ to accompany your application:

The main purpose of this is to present your case in a clear, concise and easy-to-understand manner. Your cover letter will give the evaluating officer the opinion of a professional immigration consultant. Immigration officials should provide grounds for any disagreement with our professional evaluation. We will direct the officer’s attention to your more competitive points, thereby putting you in the best light.

Experts at our office can make inquiries on your behalf:

The evaluating officers at Immigration Canada are not permitted to discuss the details of any case with non-Canadians. That means, as a non-Canadian, you may never be able to speak directly to an immigration official. On the other hand, we can. We will be able to contact the officer handling your case if it should become necessary.

We will help you to prepare for your interview:

This is usually the final step before you become a landed immigrant. Your interview will often be the deciding factor since every immigration officer has the right to accept or refuse you for any reason. If you do well during your interview, the application will be accepted.


On the other hand, if you do poorly, it will be rejected!!! Our experts will help you prepare for your interview, provide a list of possible questions the officer may ask you, give you “tips” that can put you in a favourable light, and we will help you practice this final step in simulated interviews until you feel ready.

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Aren’t you convinced yet? Are you still looking for any more reasons to engage our services? Talk to us!! Our goal is to provide each client with a successful outcome by determining the most appropriate solution. If you would like to know whether you could be eligible to immigrate to Canada, we invite you to complete our online assessment questionnaire.

If you are interested in seeking professional assistance to guide you through the immigration process or if you have any questions, please contact us.