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Post-landing Settlement Services
ImmiLaw Global provides a range of initial settlement services to our clients that include airport pick-up and arranging accommodation, besides helping to open a bank account and apply for necessary documents such as Permanent Residence card, Health Card etc.
We inform clients about the various welfare schemes and benefits for immigrants in Canada so that they can make the best use of these. We also help them find courses for enhancing their skill level, which is important to land in a job in Canada.
We Assist our clients with the placement and provide regular update on the Canadian job market. We guide them on accessing numerous job banks, both under the government and those run by the private parties and help them network with professionals in their area of experience in Canada. Besides, ImmiLaw Global guides our clients on free job search and placement workshops conducted by government libraries and employment resource centers.
The post-landing services provided by ImmiLaw Global include:
- Receiving the client at the airport in the destination country
- Counseling clients on the job market and business environment of the destination country
- Making sure that the clients obtain SIN, Driving License, Health Insurance Plan Card social security card, permanent resident card etc.
- Admission assistance for children to school/college/university
- Professional guidance for landing in a job in the intended occupation of the client
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