Martha Eugenia Leyton is a dedicated individual and experienced professional who is empathetic, knowledgeable and diligent with the immigration process. Her clients have enjoyed the success of their applications and have returned over and over again.
Dedication to public service, legal law knowledge, project management, and communication skills have led her to support immigrant communities wishing to work, live, study, or initiate business in Canada. Guided Immigration™ provides highly personalized advice centred on solutions that fit every application to Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The company's comprehensive assessment prepares her for an appropriate recommendation. She listens, understands your situation and acts on behalf of your interest, following compliance with Canadian immigration laws and changes in legislation. The company has put in place security in all applications used for the protection and confidentiality of clients. Reach out to us and take your next step to a new future, a new life in Canada.
Assessment of Qualifications
Advice on steps to improve score
Advice client on best plan or strategy
Provide client with checklist of information and documents needed
Review and analyze documentation to support selected program
Advice client if additional documentation is needed
Act in the best interest of client within legislation
Guide client through process of getting medical and security documentation
Complete application forms
Meet with client to discuss progress and additional requirements
Work closely with client to obtain necessary evidence of work, experience as per requirements.
Prepare detailed cover letter and represent client before IRCC
Agree to pay all disbursements and service fees on his/her behalf as requested by
Submit application package
Update client with his/her immigration and/or citizenship file number
Apprise the client on the progress of his/her application
Intervene in the event of processing issues that may arise.
Counsel client on settlement and social, professional and intercultural integration.
Perform all duties on behalf of client competently and in professional manner
Inform of progress, updates and results of work performed
Servicing applications in the Live-Caregiver (now closed); Interim Pathway (Extended) and the new two pilot programs effective June 18, 2019: Home Child Care Provider and Home Support Worker
Fees depend on the type of sponsorship and includes: Marriages, Children, Adopted children, Parents and Grandparents. Quote can be individual or a couple.
Services include an extensive list of tasks at the different stages such initial interview, assessment as well as tasks prior to application submission, post application submission
Services include corroboration that all requirements are met prior to submission, advice on missing documentation, eligibility, completion of forms and advice on study materials. Prices again can be individually made or a reduced price for family group.
LMIAs are needed where no exemptions are available for a potential worker who is not permanent resident or Canadian citizen. The process is employer driven and we can help with the process.
Price varies depending on the number of family members and situations that must be dealt with before application submission.
Depends on the complexity of the case