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Our main office is in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada.


At AJ Immigration Group, we are open to helping everyone with their Canadian immigration needs. Our firm consists of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs), Case Managers and business professionals offering over 20 years of experience and expertise.

We provide services that are consistently professional and follow Canada’s adherence to the principle of procedural fairness. Our consultants operate in strict accordance with the high standards established by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC).

Our dedicated team guides you with documentation gathering as per Canada Immigration guidelines to enhance your chances of a successful visa, work permit or Permanent Residency application.

We pride ourselves in the services we offer, including:


Immigration News

N.S. aims to streamline licensing process for nurses, doctors trained outside Canada

Health Minister Michelle Thompson says the only way Nova Scotia will be able tackle health-care worker shortages is through immigration and, for that reason, the government wants to streamline the licensing process for people moving to the province from outside...

Major immigration backlog in Canada leaving thousands of trained health-care professionals on the sidelines

As hospitals across the country struggle under the weight of major staffing shortages, an immigration backlog described by lawyers as the worst they have ever seen is leaving qualified health professionals sitting on the sidelines.

Canada’s Provincial Immigration Ministers Urge Ottawa To Boost Their Allocation To Fill Jobs

Canada immigration news: Immigration ministers from all of Canada’s provinces and territories are calling on Ottawa to help businesses across the country hire more immigrants by speeding up the processing of applications and boosting provincial and territorial...

Canada’s ArriveCAN Criticized For Causing Travel Delays

Canada immigration news: ArriveCAN is increasingly coming under fire for causing delays at airports and border crossings, despite first being introduced by the federal government to make travelling to Canada easier during COVID-19. Ottawa insists travellers use the...

Proof Point: Canada’s labour shortages will outlive a recession

Labour markets haven’t been this tight in decades In nearly every Canadian industry and across every sector, a historic labour shortage is hitting companies hard. As of June 2022, businesses posted almost 70% more job openings in Canada than pre-pandemic. But these...

Canada Brings Back Testing Rules as Its Airlines Crumble

If you were hoping to go visit Canada this summer — as I am — you may be getting nervous about those plans. Thanks to an impressively terrible operation at Air Canada and a moderately terrible one at WestJet along with the return of arrival testing rules, Canada is...