What GNA Can Do For You

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GLOBAL NETWORK ASSOCIATES (GNA) is a private Canadian Immigration Consultant Service Company based in Toronto, Canada – that provides consulting, client representation, application process management, and support services in all matters of legal immigration to Canada, through the various programs that are offered by the Government of Canada.

Our services are only as good as the value and the benefit that they bring to you – our clients.  With that in mind we have created various service packages to fit the needs or our clients. Our main goal and focus is your success, achieved through a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment.

In order to make your Canadian immigration application process the least stressful and to ensure that our services offer you the most value possible, we have created various comprehensive packages of services designed for every stage of the immigration process.

Because the Canadian immigration system has a wide variety of programs in different types of categories with their own specific characteristics, steps, and requirements; the service packages which we offer to our clients are designed according to the specifics of the particular immigration program / category in which they will be applying, taking into consideration the specific individual requirements and goals of our clients. Our clients are always fully informed regarding the specific services that they will be entitled to at various stages of their immigration process.

We are pleased to announce that we have expanded our services, in order to assist our clients in taking advantage of the newly introduced “Express Entry” process by the Canadian federal government.

 

1.Services of Immigration

We evaluate all the feasible options to reach the fastest, most economical and secure way to apply the request of our client, taking into account all the details of your particular case. We always keep our clients informed about all the options available to him/her.

  1. Consulting
  2. Evaluation
  3. Document preparation and translations services
  4. File Preparation and Submission
  5. Formal Representation of Clients
  6. Monitoring of Clients’ processes with Immigration authorities

 

FORMAL EVALUATION & CONSULTING
  • A detailed evaluation and analysis is performed of our clients’ cases. All of the currently available Canadian immigration programmes are considered, based on our client’s personal and professional profile and circumstances.
  • We evaluate all of the available feasible, fastest, most convenient and least expensive options, available to our clients, taking into account all the relevant details and circumstances. We always keep the clients informed about all options available to him or her.
  • A detailed explain all of the expenses, which are associated with our clients’ immigration application processes is provided to our clients, in order to help them budget accordingly.  
FILE PREPARATION
  • We prepare, create, and monitor our clients’ personal electronic immigration profiles in the Canadian federal government’s Express Entry database.
  • Additionally, we prepare, create, and monitoring our clients’ professional electronic profiles in the Canadian federal government’s Job Bank. Please refer to “Assistance for Employment” down below.
  • We provide assistance, preparation, submission, and monitoring of our clients’ application process for the Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report of their foreign educational credentials, which consists of an assessment and comparison service of their foreign studies to corresponding Canadian training. The presentation of this report is an obligatory requirement and part of the immigration application process. (This is an optional service which is always available to our clients, as per their preference).
LANGUAGE TEST(S)
  • Detailed and timely instructions are provided regarding the taking of the corresponding official English and/or French language tests, which are formally recognized by the Canadian government for the purpose of an immigration application process.
  • We provide practical and useful English and / or French interactive study and review material and tools, including preparation material and tools to assist our clients in preparing for the taking of the required language test(s).  This can save our clients $1,000s in language training and preparation.
REPRESENTATION & MONITERING
  • We review and assess our clients’ files and assist our clients in the correct preparation and management of their files.
  • We assist our clients with the official certified translation of all of their required supporting documents.  (This is an optional service which is always available to our clients, as per their preference).
  • Our federally authorized Canadian Certified Immigration consultant officially submits our client’s’ immigration application files to the corresponding Canadian immigration authorities when instructed to do so.  The Canadian Certified Immigration Consultant is formally authorized by our clients to represent them and their files and act on their behalf, while working closely together with them.
  • We formally represent and monitor our clients’ submitted applications and files with the appropriate Canadian immigration authorities
  • There is regularly, timely and efficient communication with the proper Canadian immigration authorities regarding our clients’ application processes for the purpose of monitoring the status and progress of their files
  • We provide comprehensive preparation and supporting material for our clients who may be asked to attend a personal interview with the appropriate Canadian immigration authorities (if required)
  • Providing reliable liaison services for our clients; receiving, forwarding, and responding to all forms of correspondence between our clients and the corresponding Canadian immigration authorities, and visa versa
  • Our offices receive and forward all of the relevant documents between our clients, and the corresponding Canadian immigration authorities, and visa versa, throughout our clients’ immigration application processes.
2.Preparation for arrival to Canada

You have access to information about:

  1. Practice Material for English and French, as well as material in preparation for the examinations of english and french
  2. Statistical and comparative information about the cost of living in several Canadian cities
  3. Health services and health insurance paid by the government
  4. Primary and secondary education (public schools, Catholic, and private), and post-secondary (Technical Institutes and Universities)
  5. Financial subsidies, grants, scholarships and loans from the government of Canada for post-secondary students
  6. Government support programs and financial support
  7. List of governmental and non-governmental organizations that offer various support services for new permanent residents (in their native language).
  8. List of agencies of accreditation and regulation, professional and occupational (at national and provincial levels).
  9. Data on the types of taxes in all provinces and territories of Canada.
  10. Information about Canadian laws and Canadian culture
  11. Information about the purchase of real estate
  12. Information about business and investment opportunities
  13. Access to a directory of more than 3,500 government offices, associations, and foundations that offer subsidies, grants, and loans for various projects of social, cultural, and business projects.
  14. Information related to business in Canada (purchases, taxes, marketing, distribution, loans, etc. )
  15. From the moment our customers decide to hire our services, they immediately receive a full, continuous and unlimited access to all the online tools, without any additional cost.
3.Assistance for Employment
  1. Canadian Job Searches Services
  2. Canadian Job Offers Support Services
  • Preparation, creation, and monitoring of our clients’ Job Seeker Account with the Canadian federal government’s Job Bank- the biggest Canadian government data base and search engine of eligible Canadian employers who are actively looking for qualified skilled candidates.
    • The Job bank currently has 85,000 active job postings.
  • Registering our clients’ Job Seeker Account for personalized email job alerts that will notify them of new job postings twice a day, which are corresponding to their professional online profile.
  • Ensuring that our clients’ professional profiles of their Job Seeker Account in the Job Bank are highlighting their professional qualifications in the most effective way, according to the requirements of the Canadian employers and the Canadian Labour Market standards.
  • Submitting our clients’ professional profiles to other major government and private job banks and search engines, in order to increase their exposure to potential Canadian employers and/or recruiters who may be interested in their professional qualifications.

You have full access to information about:

      • A list of more than 3,740 professionals talents and firms recruiting, organized by provinces of Canada. The list has full contact details so that you can contact employers directly and send their resumes. The service of these companies has NO cost to our clients.
        • – This updated list of more than 3,740 Canadian companies are constantly recruiting people.
        • – List of job opportunities in 80 different professions/occupations in all provinces and territories of Canada.
        • – The list is updated weekly and contains thousands of new employment opportunities.
      • Access to a database of files explaining step-by-step, how to find employment in Canada and how to prepare the resumes, documents etc.
      • Registration in government aid programs for job search
      • Updated information about the climate, the Canadian labor market (for all professions and occupations), at national, provincial, and municipal levels. The information includes data on: wages, working conditions, training requirements, experience and accreditation, employment levels, and future projections for the different types of work for occupations and professions.
      • Course of 2 months full-time (without additional cost) of how to find work in the Canadian labour marketing including:
        • Preparation for job interviews ⁃ Drafting of C.V. (curriculum vitae) ⁃ Job-search skills

    The following services are supplementary and may be provided in cases where the Canadian employer/recruiter and/or our client prefer to deal with us as their representative in any corresponding immigration applications and/or procedures corresponding to a job offer from a Canadian employer.

        • Representing our clients with the various potential Canadian employers and/or recruiters who may be interested in offering him or her employment
        • In the event that a Canadian employer and/or recruiter intends to make a formal job offer to our client, we represent our client in the direct negotiations with the specific Canadian employer and/or recruiter
        • If requested by the Canadian employer/recruiter and/or our client, we will assist the specific Canadian employer and/or recruiter in preparing, submitting, and monitoring the corresponding immigration application for a work permit and/or the Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), if required.
4.Settlement Services (Post-Arrival to Canada)
  • Airport pick-up (when client lands to Canada).
  • Orientation
  • Assistance in locating and acquiring housing (rent, purchase, etc.)
  • Assistance and support to enroll in courses of English and / or French language(s) provided by the Canadian government at no cost to the client.
  • Assistance for obtaining various identifications: Driver’s License, Passport, Government insurance coverage, Social Security Card, etc.
  • Assistance in opening bank accounts.
  • Assistance and guidance for enrollment in universities, colleges, schools and / or kindergartens.
  • Assistance in Employment Search (ex: the opening of a business).
  • Before arriving in Canada our clients receive the ‘Handbook of Thriving’, which includes all the information and resources needed to help them achieve a successful transition, which include information like:
    • Comparative statistical information about the cost of living in several Canadian cities
    • Free government health care services
    • Primary and secondary education (public schools, Catholic and private), and post-secondary (technical institutes and universities)
    • Government financial subsidies, grants, and loans for post-secondary studies
    • Government social assistance and support programs
    • List of governmental and nongovernmental organizations that offer various support services for new permanent residents (in their native language).
    • List of professional accreditation and regulatory organizations and bodies and professional and (national and provincial)
    • Data on tax rates in all provinces and territories of Canada.
    • Information about Canadian laws and Canadian culture
    • Information regarding buying real estate
    • Information regarding business and investment opportunities
    • Information related to business in Canada (purchases, taxes, marketing, distribution, loan, etc.)
    • Access to a directory of over 3,500 government offices, associations and foundations that provide grants, subsidies and loans for various social, cultural, and commercial projects
For your convenience and reference, we will be happy to provide information regarding specific service packages on request.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU

Our priorities are our clients and our goal is to make their immigration and settlement process as agreeable and efficient as possible. We achieve this through professional preparation, representation, and management of our clients’ immigration processes and by providing them with practical and tangible tools, which assist them in adapting to their new lives in Canada.

NOTE: All of GNA’s Consulting & Representation Services Are Handled By A Federally Certified Canadian Immigration Consultant (ICCRC license number R421319http://secure.iccrc-crcic.ca/search/)