At Rebibo Legal, we will help you and your family Navigate to your destination.

We know it's a challenge. Canada's work permit options can be difficult but we seek to make it as easy for you as possible.

Despite the global coronavirus pandemic, Canada has set a target of welcoming over 400,000 new immigrants each year, between 2021-2023.

People immigrate to Canada for many reasons.

Whether it’s to pursue a high-quality education, to feel secure with free universal healthcare, or to benefit from Canada’s high quality of life, Canada’s got it all. The number one reason people chose to relocate to Canada is better job opportunities. At Rebibo Legal, we always find the best solutions for you and your family,

There are over 100 different ways to immigrate to Canada. For that reason, everyone’s path to Canadian immigration will be unique.

Express Entry

The most prominent option is through Express Entry, which is Canada's main...

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Quebec Immigration

Applicants who are selected to immigrate to Quebec are given a...

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Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

Canada’s provinces and territories can nominate people who wish to...

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Student Visas

Studying in Canada increases your chances of both finding an appropriate and high paying job...

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Working Holiday Visas

Become a candidate as early as possible for a working holiday visa in Canada, as this IEC category is particularly popular.

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COVID-19: Impact on Canada's Immigration System

The global coronavirus pandemic is impacting Canada's immigration system. Nonetheless, since the start of the pandemic, the Canadian government has maintained a strong commitment to processing immigration applications to the best of its ability.

The Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) continues to welcome new immigration applications and is processing as many of them as it can so that immigrants can come to Canada during and after the pandemic. Express Entry draws continue to occur approximately every two weeks with candidates all over the world receiving permanent residence invitations.

Moreover, the pandemic has led to Canada strengthening its commitment to immigration. Near the end of 2020, Canada announced it will increase its annual immigration target to over 400,000 new immigrants per year, which is the highest level in its history. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada's target was over 340,000 new immigrants per year.