Immigration to Canada
Your Steps to Immigrate to Canada
Here is a general overview of the steps involved with immigrating to
Canada. You can see what the major checkpoints are on the path to
immigrating to Canada and how our services
facilitate your entry into Canada quickly and effortlessly.
Please note that even if you think you have the required points after
filling out the online assessment, as many people do, the visa officer may
or may not issue an immigrant visa.
Visa officers have a great deal of discretion in deciding whether to
issue an immigrant visa or not.
Even if you meet all of the criteria of the category under which you
apply, the visa officer can still refuse to issue an immigrant visa if
he/she has the opinion that you are not likely to become successfully
established in Canada.
On the other hand, it is also possible that in circumstances where you
do not meet all of the requirements of the category under which you are
applying, a visa officer may issue you an immigrant visa if he/she feels
that you are likely to become successfully established in Canada.
Because of the complexity of the Immigration Act the Immigration
Regulations and the great amount of discretion that a visa officer has, it
is important to have the right guidance and advice when preparing and
submitting your immigration application.
How we help
|1.You read our Testimonial page and fill
up our assessment form.
|1.We let you know if you pass by sending
you a positive assessment and a letter of acceptance.
|2. You email us and let us know that you
are ready to go ahead with us.
|2. We send you our agreement to sign and
fax or mail back to us along with your first installment.
|3. We send you a very exhaustive
questionnaire so that we get to know you and learn how we can best
present your individual case.
|3. We enhance your chances of passing by
screening your qualifications, experience and lifestyle and advise you
on how we can best present your case. We can show you where the
pitfalls lie in your application and guide you through any
complications should they arise.
|4. You send us your Resume or
C.V. as well as all the other documents that we guide you to prepare.
|4. We assist you in bringing your C.V. or
Resume up to date if necessary and edit and present your case
accordingly in a way
that is easily understood by the Visa Officer.
|5. We submit your application to CIC
|5. We will thoroughly check through
everything and make sure that your case is presented in
the best possible manner and that it is free of any errors that could
jeopardize your application. We then draft a submission letter for your
in a way that will help ensure the success of your case.
Lastly we also reference the Immigration Rules and Regulations as they
apply to your case to ensure
that there are no summary dismissals.
|6. You receive a file number from CIC
after paper screening of your case is complete and
reward us with your second payment
|6. We will prepare you for the next stage
and help you tie up any loose ends regarding your case.
One of the
major stumbling blocks here is that all correspondence from CIC is
time sensitive and if a client is on holiday for example and doesn't
get back to CIC within 30 days their case could get closed.
Secondly since CIC will be sending the mail to countries outside of
Canada, International mail systems can be very slow and unreliable and
one lost or delayed package could mean a lot.
Not only are we located in Canada which has an excellent postal
system, but we will also notify you as soon as we get a request from
CIC using all the contact information you have given us and advise you
on exactly what to do and how it can be done in the easiest and
|7. We help you to submit your police
|We will provide you on information
specific to your region on obtaining a police clearance. In
addition if required you may need to get police clearances from other
regions, depending on your case.
|8. Based on our previous case history,
you can roll a die* to determine the probability of the following two
a) You rolled a 1 and today is an odd numbered day of the month.
You will be called for an interview
b) Otherwise, skip ahead to step 9 because you
just received a waiver of interview.
|If you are called for an interview we
will thoroughly prepare you for the interview, as well as send you
information on what the interview stage is like.
Many people who
apply by themselves are called for an interview and then write to us
asking if we can help them out by preparing them for one after the
fact. We do not offer this service separately.
We offer this service free of charge to all our clients because so
few of them are called for an interview.
|9. You are called for your medicals.
After passing your medicals you will receive your Visa!
||We will give you a list of DMPs in your
area and help you with any questions you have regarding the process.
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