Embarkation understood the significance of family and the importance of building a future with loved ones. We helped our clients sponsor their family members to Canada – spouses, children, parents, grandparents and other relatives.
When a family risks being broken apart by deportation, we fought for their right to be together in Canada. Embarkation understood the traumatic effects of forced separation, so when sponsorship was not a viable option, we worked hard to find other solutions for immigration. We believe that families belong together.
Arshpreet and Nelson had a long and difficult journey before being reunited in Canada. They met, fell in love and got married in Canada. Arshpreet returned to India, and Nelson started the sponsorship process. For years, their applications were refused because immigration officers did not believe Arshpreet and Nelson were in a genuine relationship. Even after their daughter was born, immigration officers still argued it was not a real marriage and blocked Arshpreet from returning to Canada.
Nelson eventually hired Embarkation to help navigate the bureaucracy, and prove that their marriage was real. With our help, Arshpreet’s application was finally approved after seven years of separation and frustration. Arshpreet became a permanent resident, and their daughter was granted Canadian citizenship.
Since Arshpreet moved to Canada, we helped her parents get visitor visas to spend time with their grandchild and in-laws. Nelson told us that he wished he had hired Embarkation earlier! It was our honour and joy to help families live together and visit each other in Canada.