FULL-SERVICE IMMIGRATION SUPPORT
Our team at Pacific Rim Immigration uses a partnership approach to support employers, employees, and individuals to achieve their immigration and employment goals.
We navigate the complex immigration processes, allowing you to focus on your business objectives or settling into your new life in Canada.
Why Pacific Rim Immigration?
We understand the complexities and challenges employers face when it comes to hiring international talent. Our business background and extensive experience in HR management allows us to understand the various hiring situations faced by senior management, hiring managers, recruiters, and HR departments. We work closely with you to understand your unique business goals and talent needs to determine the most viable immigration options for your organization.
Our partnership approach allows us to effectively help you to navigate through the legal requirements and minimize the effort required by your team. We provide you with potential timelines, the overall total costs associated with the process, and ongoing updates throughout the process.
We value a partnership approach to assisting you with your individual immigration needs. We work closely with you to understand their journey and provide clarity on their viable immigration options, potential timelines, and overall costs associated with the process.
Our expertise ensures that each your immigration needs are handled efficiently, with your best interests in mind, to support them in achieving your immigration goals with ease and efficiency.
“Going through this process with Alisa was great. Not only is she extremely professional, she is an excellent human being. She did everything she could do in order to help me to get my work permit and I really appreciate her efforts. We were always in contact, every time I had questions about the process, she answered my questions right away! She absolutely met my expectations and being able to work in Canada has changed my life.”
Sebastian F. (Colombia) – Temporary Work Permit