Services

Your roadmap to a new life in Canada

Book a consultation with an Award Winning Canadian Immigration Law Office based in the U.K. and Canada

How Consultations Work at our Immigration Law Office

In accordance with the ICCRC Code of Ethics, we will only provide Canadian immigration advice within the context of scheduled consultations.

Our first step in working with new clients is to arrange an initial personal or telephone consultation. The purpose of an initial consultation is for one of our ICCRC accredited Canadian immigration specialists to carry out a thorough assessment of your eligibility across all Canadian immigration programs and identify the most suitable option according to your profile and long-term immigration goals.

We will also conduct a legal merits assessment during the initial consultation, in line with the ICCRC Code of Professional Ethics. This involves reviewing your personal history and supporting evidence, identifying possible issues of concern and suggesting strategies to increase your prospects of success. We will advise you on the chances of your case succeeding so that you can make an informed decision whether or not to proceed with a visa application.

We will then provide a fixed-fee price quote should you wish to instruct us to prepare your Canadian immigration application. Your initial consultation fee will be credited towards our quote.  You are under no obligation to hire Sterling Immigration to prepare your application.

Following our initial consultation, you will receive a written summary of our advice together with confirmation of our fees, timescales and legal merits assessment.

Personal Consultation

Sterling Immigration offer personal consultations at our offices in Birmingham and London in the U.K. and Vancouver in Canada.

Telephone Consultation

If you are unable to attend one of our offices for a personal consultation, a detailed telephone consultation can be the most cost-effective method for obtaining immediate answers to your Canadian immigration questions.

Find a time that's best for you

To book a consultation use the easy calendar tool below to find a time that works best for your schedule. Simply choose the time and day you wish to speak to our experts, pay online and connect with us in-person or by telephone. We will answer all your questions and start you on your way to making a successful Canadian immigration application.

For more information, please schedule a consultation

Our Canadian Visa Application Fees

At Sterling Immigration, we operate a fixed fee policy. We do not charge by the hour. You will know exactly how much you need to pay from the outset and will not be taken by surprise we any hidden costs.

Following a consultation, we quote you a fixed fee so you know exactly what you are being charged if you want to use our Canadian Visa Application Service.

Fee Schedule (UK)

Telephone Consultation : £90

Personal Consultation in Birmingham : £125

Personal Consultation in London: £175

Fee Schedule (Canada)

Telephone Consultation (North America): $150 CAD

Personal Consultation in Vancouver: $250 CAD

Canadian Visa Application Service: An accurate quote can only be provided once we know your situation. Quotes are based on a number of your personal factors including:

Personal Factors

  • Age;
  • Occupation;
  • Length of work experience
  • Education
  • Family situation (marital status, children etc);
  • Language ability (English/French);
  • Personal net worth/debts;
  • Immigration history;
  • Medical history;
  • Criminal inadmissibility; and
  • Previous visa refusals or credibility issues

Adaptability Factors

  • A valid job offer from a Canadian employer;
  • Valid Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA);
  • LMIA exemption;
  • Whether your occupation is regulated in Canada;
  • Provincial/Federal licensing process;
  • Education credential evaluation;
  • Spouses’ language ability (English/French);
  • Settlement Funds/Investments in Canada
  • Previous employment in Canada;
  • Previous study in Canada, and
  • Relatives who are Canadian Residents or Citizens.
For more information, please schedule a consultation