I need create one database (Access, for instance) from SQL Database, using SSIS. I don't want to use the tool Import/Export Wizard, because I will need to have the same structure between the two databases. For example, I desire to create a table in a MS Access Database from one another table already exists in sql server database.
Yes, it's possible. Most things are, given enough effort.
However, how much effort it will take could vary wildly, depending on your requirements. If this is a one-time process, simply create a data flow, add a OLE DB Source that points to your Access table, then add a OLE DB Destination that points to the SQL Server. Click the Create Table button, and you should see a script that will create a table that matches the original Access table.
If you want to make this dynamic (that is, it will work with any table), you will have to write a program that creates SSIS packages programmatically, or use a different tool. To see a sample of a program to create packages, see the PkgGen sample here: http://www.codeplex.com/SQLSrvIntegrationSrv