Galleon Immigration & Refugee Services

Our mission is to help people find a way to immigrate to Canada and find a desirable place to live with their families. We are continually raising our bar by providing exceptional customer service and to make your immigration process as smooth as possible. Your goal is our mission.

Primary Practice Areas

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Student Visa

Canada welcomes more than 350,000 students from foreign jurisdictions each year. If you intend to study… Learn more


Temporary Visa

Our team at Galleon Immigration will be here to help you achieve that dream. We deal with applications such... Learn More



We at Galleon Immigration can help you determine if you are eligible to become a Canadian citizen and the… Learn More

Permanent Residence

Canada offers different options for one to immigrate to a province of their choice. Some of those options are... Learn More

Requirements for a Super Visa

The Canadian Super Visa is a special type of visa designed for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

Early Childhood Educator Shortage in British Columbia

ECE’s (Early Childhood Educators) are in high demand! The government of Canada is investing more than $500 million to recruit new teachers.

Ghost Consultants—The Unlicensed Predators Exploiting Canada’s Immigration System

You may come across “consultants” or “lawyers” who you approach to help you with an application. Here are a few tips to identify if they are a ghost consultant.

Canada launches new temporary residence pathway to welcome those fleeing the war in Ukraine

The CUAET is a special, accelerated temporary residence pathway for Ukrainians seeking safe haven in Canada from the war in Ukraine.

2021 marks the highest immigration year on record for Canada

Last year, we set an ambitious goal. Today, we achieved it. This is a historic moment for our country, as we welcome the highest immigration number for newcomers in one year in our history.

Indigenous peoples to reclaim their traditional names

While Call to Action 17 specifically referenced passports, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has chosen to go further and include travel documents, citizenship certificates and permanent resident cards, not only for residential school survivors and their families, but for all Indigenous peoples.