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Weber Immigration

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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.

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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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Spousal Sponsorship Program – How Can You Sponsor Your Spouse from Overseas?

The Government of Canada supports families and provides Canadian citizens or permanent residents a chance to bring their family members to Canada. The overwhelming majority of Family Class applications fall under the spousal sponsorship applications. Canada’s Spousal Sponsorship Program is intended for those who want to sponsor a spouse, common-law or conjugal partner, or dependent children. We would be happy to help your beloved ones to come to Canada. The main requirements for the Spousal Sponsorship Program There are several requirements that the sponsor must meet to be eligible for spousal sponsorship: Sponsoring dependent children The spousal sponsorship program allows the sponsors to bring their dependent children below 22. The sponsor must promise to support the needs of any dependent children included in the application. If the sponsored person has dependent children, the spouse must be included as the principal applicant while the child is included as a dependant. Sponsoring common-law partners and conjugal partners A couple is in a common-law relationship if they have lived together at the same address for 12 months or more. They need to show

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Visitor Visa

Apply for a Visitor Visa for your parents

HOW TO APPLY FOR A VISITOR VISA FOR YOUR PARENTS Canada welcomes an enormous number of foreigners every year. These immigrants bring richness and diversity to the country and contribute to the Canadian economy and society. After settling in the country, many of them decide to bring their parents or grandparents to Canada. Canada welcomes an enormous number of foreigners every year. The parents of Canadian citizens, and permanent and temporary residents may visit Canada as temporary residents if they meet certain requirements. In many cases, they will have to obtain visitor visas issued to people who wish to enter Canada temporarily for business, tourism or family reasons. Before you start your Visitor Visa application for your Parents in 2022 and 2023 there are a few things you need to know prior. Read more below to find out how to prepare and what you should know. After settling in the country, many immigrants decide to bring their parents or grandparents to Canada. Applying for a Canadian visitor visa The application process may be more complex than it looks at first. Nevertheless, there are a few things you need to know before you start. First, your parents will need to fill

Weber Immigration News for November 1-15, 2022

In this blog, Weber Immigration Consultants will review the latest news for the first half of November. We will analyze recent changes to the immigration process in Canada and discuss how they affect potential immigrants. Follow us for timely updates on new developments that could impact your plans for immigration to Canada. The Government of Canada introduced the new 2023-2025 Immigration Levels Plan On the first day of November, the Government of Canada released the details of the 2023-2025 Immigration Levels Plan. In 2021, Canada welcomed more immigrants than ever before – over 405,000 in one year. Now, the country has set even higher goals for immigration over the next three years. As part of the new plan, Canada will accept 465,000 new permanent residents in 2023. The next year, 485,000 newcomers are projected to arrive, and an additional 500,000 in 2025. The Immigration Levels Plan determines the number of immigrants Canada plans to accept in a given year. The new strategy will allow accepting more immigrants to help businesses tackle the labour shortages and attract more skilled people for specific industries such as healthcare, trades, manufacturing, and information technology and deal with the potential problems Canada may face in

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