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Weber Immigration

Immigration consultants

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No fake promises. No cookie cutter applications. We'll treat your case as if it were our own.

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Weber Immigration is a Canadian based Immigration Firm.
We specialize in Express Entry, Spousal Sponsorship and Ontario Provincial Programs.

Express Entry

If you have skilled work experience, you may qualify to apply for Permanent Residence in Canada. Our firm’s specialty is skilled worker immigration through Express Entry system.


Ontario Provincial Nominee Program

A Provincial Nomination from Ontario may provide you with a unique opportunity to apply for Permanent Residency in Canada. Weber Immigration has a 100% approval track record with Ontario Provincial Program.


Spousal Sponsorship

If you are a Permanent Resident or a Canadian Citizen, you may be eligible to sponsor your spouse or a common-law partner to Canada. For over 7 years our firm has been helping families to reunite in Canada successfully.


Work Permit

Applying for a Work Permit in Canada can get stressful. Weber Immigration has been successfully providing legal support with Work Permit applications for over 7 years. We make your application process smooth and streamlined.

Registered Immigration Consultants
you can trust

Fast and reliable answers

Forget months of online research. Get the answers you're looking for to all your endless questions in one place. Save yourself time and stress by getting professional help.

Smooth and hassle-free processing

We don’t take a one-size-fits all approach. We know that your case is different and we’ll put in the extra effort to help you on your path to your Permanent Residence.

Discover new immigration opportunities

Find out which programs you're eligible for and which documents you need to submit. Finally have a real conversation with a consultant who truly cares about you.

Our Team


Olena Weber

Licensed Immigration


Cory Weber

Licensed Immigration


Inna Vorozhbyt


Seamless and Stress-free Immigration

We have proven results processing even the most complicated of cases. If you’ve found yourself lost and confused, we can make life easier for you.

No fake promises. No cookie cutter applications. We’ll treat your case as if it were our own.


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Weber Immigration News for December 16-31

Weber Immigration Consultants present the latest Immigration News for December. Canadian immigration news for the second half of December. Stay informed with our blog and remain aware of all the latest news and developments. Canada set a new record for processing immigration applications in 2022 In 2022, Canada set a remarkable record for application processing. By November 30, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) had already processed over 670,000 study permits along with an astonishing 700,000 work permit applications. In addition, from April to November, Canada welcomed an incredible 251,000 new citizens – a remarkable feat exceeding the total number of new Canadian citizens welcomed in 2021. Canada firmly established a steady advancement toward welcoming over 431,000 permanent residents by the end of 2022. The Canadian Government has reduced the immigration backlogs by nearly half a million while also processing a record-breaking number of immigration applications in 2022. On August 24, 2022, Sean Fraser, Immigration Minister, announced an innovative plan to bolster Canada’s immigration system by reducing application processing times. This initiative was mainly focused on addressing labour shortages in

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Immigration NEWS

Weber Immigration News for December 1 – 15

This blog post provides an overview of immigration news updates from Weber Immigration Consultants for the first half of December. We prepared a review of recent developments related to Canadian immigration policies and procedures. Do not forget to follow us on social media for regular updates. The Government of Canada plans to alter the existing points-based selection system To alleviate the current labor and skills shortage in Canada, the Canadian Government is upgrading its points-based selection system for Express Entry Programs. The modified process will be rolled out next year to ensure Canada’s immigration policy remains agile and conducive to economic growth. Although it is not sure how exactly these new tools will alter the system, they are being crafted with a specific eye toward areas suffering from extreme shortages, such as the healthcare and construction industries. The present selection system makes Canadian employers struggle to fill vacant positions, allowing individuals who do not possess the required education level or necessary abilities to get hired for jobs. As a result, many qualified applicants go overlooked and underutilized in their professions. The Government of Canada is committed to creating an efficient immigration environment that works for everyone – employers, workers and

Immigration NEWS

Weber Immigration News for November 16 – 30

Weber Immigration Consulting presents the latest news and updates on the Canadian immigration landscape. In this blog, we will inform you about the main changes in laws, regulations, or policies introduced in the second half of November. Follow us to stay updated on the latest news and developments in Canadian immigration. The Canadian Government implemented the new NOC 2021 for Express Entry programs On November 16, the Government of Canada implemented the 2021 National Occupational Classification (NOC) and applied it to immigration programs processed under Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) and the Express Entry system. The NOC 2016 system is replaced by a 6-category structure that accounts for the training, education, experience and responsibilities (TEER) necessary to work in an occupation. With the new updates to the NOC system, more pathways to permanent residency will be available for temporary workers and international students. In addition, Express Entry-managed programs will create more job opportunities, making it easier for people to stay in Canada permanently. Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is still updating instructions for the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Federal Skilled Trades Stream (FSTS), Federal Skilled Workers Stream (FSWS), as well as other economic classes (non-Express Entry) applications. The NOC is

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