Kawamo Immigration Consulting (KIC) is a Canadian immigration consulting office located in one of the most beautiful cities in the world — Vancouver, British Columbia. We pride ourselves in assisting all visitors around the world to Canada who are looking to study, work, and/or permanently migrate to Canada through 65+ different immigration paths.

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Studying in Canada

Canada has ranked as one of the top international student destinations in the world; a high quality education, affordable tuition fees, opportunities to work during and after your study, a safe environment and better chances for international students to immigrate.

Working in Canada

Canada as a mosaic of cultures values international workers in the various fields. Canada encourages international young adults from more than 30 countries to visit Canada and allows them to work while their stay. In addition, international students are given the opportunities to work during their study and after graduation!

Immigrating to Canada

There are currently more than 65 programs available for immigrating to Canada. Once you become a permanent resident of Canada, you can stay and work as long as you wish, and study for local tuition fees! Immigrating Canada doesn’t mean that you give up your original citizenship; you can be a permanent resident of Canada AND a citizen of your country.

Family Sponsorship

Canada offers programs to help reunite Canadian citizens and permanent residents with close family members. If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, you can sponsor your spouse, common-law or conjugal partner, dependent children (including adopted children) or other eligible relatives to become a permanent resident.

Permanent Residency
Canadian Citizenship

Once you become a permanent resident of Canada, you will have the right to get most social benefits that Canadian citizens receive (local tuition fees, health care coverage, etc…) and may be able to apply for Canadian citizenship after living several years. To keep your status as a permanent resident, you are required to meet certain residency obligations. You can also keep your original citizenship after becoming a permanent resident or a citizen of Canada as Canadian law allows you to hold two or more citizenships if your country of citizenship also accepts dual citizenship!