Yeah! Want to improve your standard and quality of life, Canada is the best option and think no more. Dive in and read up:
1. Identify which program(s) you may be eligible and check your eligibility.
Refer to all the information mentioned in the Canadian govt. website: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/immigration-citizenship.html
Find out of you are eligible and make best use of the opportunity and skills through ICCRC registered Immigration Professionals:
2. Get legal assistance/advice and/or representation from an ICCRC expert
The Govt. of Canada has partnered with trusted, experienced regulated Canadian immigration consultants who can answer your questions, explain the process in detail, and, if you choose, provide representation on your behalf to the Canadian immigration authorities as they are a part of the ICCRC regulated Council.
- Find an Immigration Professional:
Unnikrishnan K.A, RCIC (B.A LLB, IMCD)
CHIEF IMMIGRATION CONSULTANT REG NO: RCIC# R531573
Anupama Nair, RCIC (B.A LLB,ACS, IMCD)
IMMIGRATION CONSULTANT REG NO: RCIC# R514381
Read more about them and their success stories:
3. Keep all your documents ready in advance, even if you haven’t been asked to submit it yet:
This is very important to avoid unnecessary delays!
When you create your GC Key account for the application on the Canadian Website, IRCC will provide a specific checklist based on your specific circumstances through the questionnaire answered and the immigration program you are applying for. This checklist is generated based on unique circumstances, and it’s important that you follow the checklist.
Canada Immigration Process:
Few general ones are (with expiry checked wherever applicable):
- Language assessment TRF
- Work experience / reference letters
- Police background check
- Medical clearance assessment
- Travel history documents
- Bank Statements / records of funds
4. Complete the application appropriately and thoroughly
- Keep IRCC updated on any changes in circumstances once you are in the pool
- Give all the rightful information:
If the applicant has been found to have provided false information going into the Express Entry pool, they can be banned from re-entering the pool, or even from entering Canada, for five years. So it is necessary to provide accurate and correct information.