Welcome To Brazolot Migration Group

It can be a daunting experience to navigate the legal requirements of the immigration processes to live and work in a new country. Brazolot Migration Group prides itself on working closely with our clients to make the experience as smooth as possible. We are an immigration company which is committed to assisting individuals, families and business people achieve their goal of immigrating to another country. Our specializations are Trades / Professional / Study / Business / Family class applications and assisting with temporary work visas. With over 50 years combined experience we can assist you in every aspect of your move to Canada. We offer career assistance and resettlement in-house and full relocation services.

CANADIAN IMMIGRATION CURRENT EXPRESS ENTRY POINTS

DATE: 19th September 2018 | Express Entry Points | 441 points 3,500 applications have been selected
DATE: 31st May 2018 | The Federal Skills Trades | 288 points 500 applications have been selected
DATE: 31st May 2018 | The Provincial Nominee Programme | 902 points 200 applications have been selected

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Canada Ranked Number 2 Country in the World

The yearly U.S. News & World Report global survey for 2018 has ranked Canada second for Best Country overall, just behind Switzerland. The survey—conducted by U.S. News & World Report in conjunction with Y&R’s BAV Group and the Wharton School of the...

Canada is Top Choice for Brits (YouGov Poll)

The worldwide online community YouGov conducted a poll of the top ten countries Britons would like to emigrate to and Canada came out on top with 67% of votes. Canada as a country is welcoming to immigrants and its immigration policies reflect this. However, there are...

Changes to Age of Dependency on October 14, 2017

As of October 24th, 2017, the age of dependency for children accompanying parents on visas will increase to “under 22”. The age of dependency is currently defined as “under 19”, disallowing children age 19 and over from accompanying parents to Canada, unless dependent...

Changes to Citizenship Availability on October 11, 2017

Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced Wednesday that changes will be made to citizenship availability on October 11, 2017. These new regulations allow permanent residents of Canada to apply for citizenship earlier than previous regulations...

MECHANICS – Canada needs YOU!

Mechanics - Canada needs YOU! Why? An aging population and a lack of young people entering the trades, has left opportunities waiting to be filled. Mechanics (along with all skilled trade workers) has been ranked as the number one most difficult job for employers ....

Canadian Immigration Seminar September 2017

Join our September FREE CANADIAN IMMIGRATION SEMINAR online and see what Canada has for you. Register now to secure your place at the webinar. There is a wealth of information on Canadian immigration policies, practices and advice on procedure. We also have information from guest speakers.

Canadian Immigration Seminar August 2017

It is back again! For your family, for you kids and for yourself! Join our FREE CANADIAN IMMIGRATION SEMINAR online and see what Canada has for you. Places filling fast! Register now!

Heavy-duty Mechanics and Auto Body Technicians Wanted!

Be part of something good! Canada has a place for everyone within its big cities which have a buzzing social scene, or smaller communities where you will find nature on your doorstep; or somewhere in between if you like the best of both worlds.

testimonials

Diane and Dave Rimmer – Canadian Immigration Testimonial

Hi Dennis, trust y’all are well. We, (Diane, myself, Dave, Daniel and Sharon plus our darling Granddaughter Chloe, born in Canada 18 months ago) would like to take this opportunity to show our gratitude to yourself and your team. (Especially to Helen for the...

Laura Brown & Michael Allinson – Canadian Immigration Testimonial

We were introduced to Brazolot Migration Group (B.M.G.) in December 2012 at an immigration expo and they have supported us through our 5 year journey to obtaining Permanent Residency status in Canada. It was a long process with changes to the eligibility criteria along the way, but the team at Brazolot, and in particular Chris, supported us throughout the whole process and never once dropped the ball in achieving our goal of residency in Canada.

Kaleigh & Jon S – Canadian Immigration Testimonial

“We started our immigration process 4+ years ago, when a friend of my husbands recommended BMG to us!  We had no idea what we were in for, and how long the process would take, but Dennis & Joanne kept us up to speed the whole way. We went through a few...

Paul & Sue Walters – Canadian Immigration Update

Dear Dennis, Hope you are well. We wanted to give you an update. Firstly, the update….Great news.. …During a visit to Toronto in November I secured a Senior PM position. I am due to start with them in January! Sue and I are so excited. Whilst in Toronto we...

Barnaby Sprague – Canadian Immigration Testimonial

Last week I got back from Vancouver as a new PERMANENT RESIDENT OF CANADA and I wanted to get in touch. Negotiating Canadian bureaucracy and its faceless immigration system has been the most daunting - yet ultimately rewarding! - experience and I couldn't have done it without Brazolot Migration.

Shahina and Leigh Quinton – Testimonial

Dear Brazolot Team We had a dream when we had our daughter to move somewhere like Canada where we could enjoy its beauty and do more things as a family. A few years ago that’s exactly what it was, a dream, until we attended an expo in Manchester. We listened to...

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Another Happy Client!

Canadian Permanent Residency Granted It was a great way to end the week when one of our clients Liam Owen dropped by our Head Office in Hudson to collect his Permanent Resident documents which were granted on the 29th January 2018 . Liam became a client 21st February...

Ice Fishing with Family

It is a strange concept to some people; standing on a frozen lake or river fishing through the ice. The ice only needs to be five inches thick (12 cm) to support a snowmobile and ten inches thick (25 cm) to support a car. Where we were fishing the ice was probably 16 cm so we were good to go!

Wilno, Ontario – Canada’s First Polish Settlement

Wilno is known for being the first Polish settlement in Canada; Polish immigrants settled here during the 19th century and their culture set the foundation for what is now a fiercely proud community of Polish-heritage Canadians. Polish names decorate the streets of Wilno ...

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