Canadian Immigration Consulting
Rozmahel & Rozmahel is an Edmonton-based immigration consultancy firm offering assistance to people looking to stay in Canada temporarily or permanently. The firm was started by two brothers, Charles and Remy, who have years of combined experience working for Citizenship & Immigration Canada.
With two Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants and members in good standing with the ICCRC, you can be sure that our firm will serve you competently, professionally, and honestly.
We offer assistance with applications made under several different immigration programs and categories. Whether you would like to visit relatives in Canada, attain permanent residency for your family members, or make Canada your new home as a skilled worker, we can help.
We also offer a free initial assessment to determine your eligibility under CIC's existing programs. If you choose to retain us afterwards, you will find that our services are excellent and offered at very competitive rates.
News & Publications
Citizenship and Immigration Canada has suspended the processing of any work permit application that includes a Labour Market Opinion issued under the Food Services Industry.
New caps have been introduced for the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class. Citizenship and Immigration Canada has also updated the lists of eligible occupations for the Federal Skilled Worker and Federal Skilled Trades Programs. Contact us today to find out more!
Citizenship and Immigration Canada has re-opened the program for sponsorship of parents and grandparents. There have been some changes made to the requirements for sponsorship. Also, there will be a cap of 5000 new applications for 2014. Contact us today to get started on your application to sponsorship before it fills up!
The AINP has added a new program - Post-Graduate Worker Category. If you are currently working in Alberta on a valid post-graduate work permit, you may qualify. The AINP has also made changes to their new Alberta Work Experience Category. Please contact us for further details.
Areas of Practice
The Alberta Pilot Program for occupation-specific work permits has been extended to July 31, 2014. The seven trades that qualify under this program are steamfitters/pipefitters, welders, heavy-duty equipment mechanics, ironworkers, carpenters, estimators, and millwright and industrial mechanics. Eligible applicants may qualify for a one-year or two-year occupation-specific work permit without the need to apply for a Labour Market Opinion.