Author Archives: Maria de Luna

Parents/Grandparents Sponsorship – Re-opening January 4, 2016

  On January 4, 2016, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) will be opening the Sponsorship Application for Parents/ Grandparents at 8:00 A.M. , Eastern Standard time. Just like the previous years, CIC will be imposing cap on how many applications they will accept.   To maximize the chance of getting your application in, you have to make sure that you meet the following guidelines:   Applications will only be accepted on or after January 4, 2016 at 8:00 AM. There

MDL is born – A Tribute To The Paths We’ve Taken

It has been over six months since we first launched MDL Immigration Services. It was nerve-wracking to say the least, but it was a very rewarding experience! Over the past seven years, I was blessed with good working environment. It wasn’t perfect but the experiences I’ve had, honed my skills and shaped my character to prepare me for today. Now I have spread my wings and created this company. In only seven months, we acquired a new location and hired

We Need People!

Wanted:  Good people!

We are hiring 2 full time, 1 part time Data Entry/Assistants. Please email resume at info@mdlservices.ca Subject: Data Entry. We are actively recruiting for August start dates. PR, Citizens, and open work permits. Please no PM’s. Applicants will be considered if inside Canada. All applications will be dealt with confidentially interviews will be set as early as next week.  

Canada Gets Just Six Applicants for Millionaire Immigration Program

"Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander expects to see ‘new markets,’ such as in Europe, develop as a result of expedited immigration.
(Nathan Denette/THE CANADIAN PRESS)"

Photo courtesy of The Globe and Mail www.theglobeandmail.com

From The Globe and Mail (Published Thursday, Jul. 23, 2015 3:18PM EDT): “Canada has received just six applications for its pilot immigration program for millionaires, far fewer than for its investor class visa that was scrapped last year amid criticism it was allowing rich Chinese to buy their way into Canada. “I knew it wasn’t going to work. It was poorly designed,” said Richard Kurland, a Vancouver immigration lawyer who filed an Access to Information request for the data. Canada

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