Pre-Consultation Immigration Assessment

Thank you for visiting Acumen Law Corporation! We want to make sure your immigration process is as seamless as possible. Whether you’re coming to Canada to work, study, visit or for any other reason, there are a few questions we will need to ask before we can process your immigration inquiry.

Please take your time to fill out the questionnaire below. The more information you supply, the better. Not disclosing information about your immigration circumstances may only hurt your eligibility later. By providing our lawyers the full picture of your immigration needs, we will be able to quickly identify solutions that will help you come to Canada.

After you complete our online assessment, we will be able to provide you with an opinion. Once we determine which program or category is more suitable to your situation, please ensure that all your information is complete and correct. Even a complete application does not guarantee that you will be admitted to Canada. Many persons are found to be “inadmissible” under Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for several reasons, which include:

  • Breaches of human rights;
  • Criminal history;
  • Health issues;
  • Financial issues;
  • Misrepresentations (this includes lying by omission);
  • Breach of any Immigration law or regulation;
  • One of your family members is inadmissible; etc

Please don’t wait until you’re refused entry or deemed inadmissible before hiring us. Trying to revert decisions, once you have been denied entry is even more complicated and expensive, and sometimes even impossible. Making sure your application and additional details are complete and correct the first time around, will greatly increase your chances of getting a ‘yes’.

We also offer our Immigration Assessment Form in Spanish (Español) and Portuguese (Português)

Canadian Immigration Assessment Form

Include details about job title, what field of employment, and number of years in the workforce.
Please list the names of any educational certificates you may have.
List the name and location of the educational institution where you studied.
List the date you completed your studies, or the date you graduated from your studies.
Include details along with your job title, responsibilities, work hours and name of employer/company.
Detail your employment experience beyond the most recent five years.
Please list the names, relation and residence (city and province) of any blood-related family members you have residing in Canada.
A previous criminal conviction can impact your eligibility to immigrate to Canada.
List any additional comments should you wish to elaborate on your answers. More information helps us process your case more easily.