Express Entry

The demand for highly-skilled workers continues to grow across Canada and, therefore, on January 1, 2015, the Canadian government launched Express Entry. Learn More

Study in Canada

From elementary school to universities and colleges, language schools to vocational programs, Canadian schools accommodate students Learn More

Work in Canada

If you are issued a Canadian Permanent Resident Visa, you will have a legal right to live, work and study long-term in the lovely country of Canada. Learn More

Province Nomination

The Canadian government has worked out an agreement in which the local provinces can nominate immigrants wishing to settle in their locality. Learn More

Who We Are

ThinkCanada Visa is an international private corporation, keenly passionate about helping people fulfill their Canadian dreams. We are not in any way affiliated to the Canadian government. ThinkCanada Visa comprises of a team of legal, professional, and experienced immigration experts dedicated to helping people and providing topnotch immigration and education services.

Our Services

Think Canada has created a platform to simplify the Canadian visa application process. Some of the services we offer include:

  • Requirements Gathering - A checklist of required documents needed for submission
  • Visa Authorization - Helping you through the medical review, security check and interview (if required)
  • Retrieving of GCMS Visa Officer Notes (for applicants with previously rejected visa application)
  • Police Character Certificate (for Nigerian Applicants)
  • Submission - Your case file is properly reviewed and submitted to the Canadian immigration office

Our Advantage

  • Working with an experienced and professional team
  • Comprehensive personal assessment
  • Individual advice on potential visa track options
  • Facilitating a hitch-free application process

General Requirement for Economic Immigration (Express Entry)

  • 18 years or older
  • Minimum 1 year of work experience
  • Good command of English or French (demonstrated through the Proficiency Exams)
  • A point based immigration system based on the skills of applicants
  • A minimum required point 67 out of 100 in the Six selection factors

Frequently Asked Questions view

  • How long does the Canadian Immigration application process take?
  • Does the Canadian government charge a fee for submitting a Canadian Immigration Application?
  • How can I find out which Canadian immigration program I may be eligible to apply for?
  • Are there different Canadian immigration programs?
  • Are there different Canadian immigration programs?