Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) a lot of people ask about migrating to Canada (plus tips for other top-tier countries), as provided by experts.
Kindly be advised that the information provided below are subject to change without any prior notices. Change is a constant with travel and immigration. Always seek expert’s advice before starting your processing.
Canada🍁 Immigration FAQs
FAQs mean Frequently Asked Questions. We’ve put together answers to questions a lot of people around the world had asked us about immigrating to Canada. In this section, you will find these answers. If you don’t find an answer to your question, please feel free to click here to ask our Live Chat Support or click here to WhatsApp💬
As a foreigner looking for greener pastures, you’ll find that Immigrating to Canada legally, and eventually becoming a Canadian Citizens is one of the best investments you could ever make, especially for your children’s future.
I can almost promise you that your children will be grateful to you for investing in securing their future.
That said, it’s considered advisable to seek professional consultation before you embark on this journey. This will best prepare you for all you need to know, based on the time you want to start and other peculiarities you bare.
There are over 100+ Immigration Programs meaning each programs has different timeframe. Immigrating to Canada can take anywhere from 3-6months to 6-12months. And in some cases, based on the peculiarity of the program and individual, it could take as much as 24onths.
Canada Immigration is not the fastest process in the world, however, it’s the best and totally worth the wait.
Because it is slow and takes time, it’s important that you have an expert help you navigate your processing so that you avoid common mistakes that hinder you from achieving your Canadian goal.
Applicants should also know something about the visa process to protect themselves from individuals representing themselves as immigration professionals when they are really not. Unfortunately, there is a great deal of corruption in the immigration business. By having a basic understanding about immigration, applicants can arm themselves against being victims of fraud.
There are essentially two types of immigration representatives offering their services to clients: Lawyers and Consultants.
Consultants are immigration representatives who are not lawyers. They are often referred to as paralegals, law officers and, immigration specialists. Some consultants are former immigration officers who have left the government to work in the private sector. Immigration consultants are now regulated by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Counsel (ICCRC).The ICCRC is responsible for regulating the activities of immigration consultants who are members and who provide immigration advice for a fee.
The ICCRC grants memberships to only those individuals who have demonstrated their knowledge and ability to advise, consult and represent people who wish to seek Canadian immigration, have passed the Society’s Knowledge and Ethics Test and have demonstrated their good character.
Lawyers often act as representatives for applicants with immigration matters. Unlike consultants, lawyers in Canada are required to have a university education and to complete law school. Lawyers are regulated by the Provincial or State Bar in the jurisdiction in which they practice. The fact that lawyers are regulated provides their clients with protection against unethical and incompetent practitioners
Immigration Lawyers are lawyers who practice primarily or exclusively in immigration law. They generally have a greater level of expertise than a general practitioner who may merely dabble in the field. Clients interested in hiring a lawyer with experience in immigration law should always ask the lawyer what percentage of their practice is dedicated to immigration law to determine if they practice immigration law on a regular basis.
MigratetoCanada.agency works with licensed US, Australian, and Canadian Immigration Lawyers and licensed Canadian senior and very experienced Immigration Consultants.
We work with lawyers licensed to practice in both the US, Australia, and Canadian Immigration law. They are centrally located in Quebec – for French Speaking Support or Toronto but can process cases for people from all over the world. This means a VPG lawyer can represent you no matter where you presently live.
Further VPG Lawyers are totally accessible by phone, email, fax, and video conference. The nature of immigration practice does not require the inconvenience of your physical attendance at our offices.
VPG Lawyers represent clients throughout the United States, Canada, and even overseas. Through the use of the latest technology, they are equipped to handle all immigration and visa cases for you regardless of your current geographical location.
There are over 100+ ways you and your family can Immigrate legally to Canada. The First Step is to do your Eligibility Assessment. This will help you better determine which of these options is right for you. We highly recommend that you have an expert handle your eligibility assessment so that your prospects are as accurate as it gets.
On a case by case basics, our overall Canada Immigration Success rate averages between 90% and 98% depending on the program, and peculiarities of the applicant. There are over 100+ immigration programs, and we have experts who specialises in diverse immigration programs.
Where we have eligible clients with considerably good prospects, and meets all the requirements, we bag a success rate of 99%.
Most time, people ignorantly process their Canadian Immigration, making a lot of mistakes, which could cause an application to be over-delayed or suspended. It is important that you seek an expert’s guidance when processing a Canadian Immigration so that you avoid the common mistakes people make.
Wrong or falsified information, forged documents, backlog, and little mistakes are a few of the reasons why it seems that Canada 🇨🇦 Immigration is difficult.
That said, it is now much easier, faster, and affordable to immigrate to Canada. Now that Canada has over 100 Immigration Programs.
Before making the decision to choose an immigration representative, you may wonder whether or not you even need one. After all you may know people who have successfully obtained their visas without hiring an immigration lawyer or consultant. You may have heard stories of people simply filling out the forms, paying the government fees and they have been issued their visa.
However, you may have also heard of cases where the adventurous have gone it alone only to find that their visa application was refused. These stories are just that: stories.
Our position on applying for a visa without the benefit of legal representation is that it is a risk just is not worth taking. While it is true that it is possible for you to represent yourself in some simple immigration matters, the reality is that in doing so you are taking a big gamble.
Immigration laws are constantly changing and are very complex. You may have some basic understanding about what is involved in applying for a visa, but unless you are a full time immigration professional, you will not be aware of all the issues which may impact on your case. Moreover, even if you apply on your own and get your visa, you may have created some problems that could impact on your status long after your visa has been issued. So what seemed like a successful visa application, may turn out to be just the opposite.
We believe that it is important that applicants educate themselves about the visa process and work with a professional as a team. Both applicants and immigration professionals working together can maximize the applicant’s chances of success. Applicants know more about their personal circumstances than the professional, whereas the professional knows more about immigration law. Successful immigration cases result from bringing applicants and immigration professionals together to work as a team.
Many people mistakenly believe that all that is involved in applying for immigration is completing some forms and paying a fee. Nothing can be further from the truth. Completing your immigration forms accurately and honestly is essential of course but what really may make the difference between a successful application and one that is refused, are the documents that you include in your application that are in support of your case.
Not only do your documents serve to substantiate the information that you have filled in on your application, but they also tell the visa officer reviewing the case, your story. The documents show the visa officer that not only do you qualify for a visa but that there is a real live person behind the application who really needs a visa.
Proper presentation of your documents is also important. The more organized your documents, the less risk there is of frustrating the visa officer by making it difficult for him or her to find the relevant information. Your goal as an applicant (or your lawyer’s goal) should be to make the visa officer’s job as easy as possible. Nothing is worse than presenting a disorganized application that annoys a visa officer.
What documents are you required to include with your application? The answer depends on the nature of application that you are submitting. For example, the documents that are required in support of a Study Permit application are much different than those required for an independent/skilled worker application. In most cases, the applications contain instructions on which documents are required for a particular application. Generally, you are asked to include documents proving your identity such as birth certificates or national identity cards. If you are married, you should also include your marriage certificate.
Do you have to submit original documentation? In most cases, photocopies of documents are acceptable but be prepared to submit original employment references and police clearance certificates. Each application has specific requirements for documents. It is important to carefully check what is required.
Documents tell your story. Make sure to include all relevant documents in support of your immigration case.
Canada 3in1 Immigration Package
We’ve put together an Immigration Package that triples your chances of successfully immigrating to Canada. When you pay for the Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP), you’ll be getting the Rural Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP) and Morden Community Driven Immigration Initiative (MCDII) at no extra cost.
This saves you up-to 72% Off the actual value of service. We’ll only be taking 10 (ten) clients per region for this package throughout 2022!
We are giving 10 migrants an opportunity to Save 10% Off their package this Valentine. Throughout February every year – the month of Love ❤️ 💖 💘 Singles, Couples, and Families can save on their Canada🇨🇦 3in1 Package.
Please note that this Offer is limited to only 10 people only.
Singles, Couples, and Families can apply for this package and conveniently pay 3times. Payments are made based on milestone achieved. Pricing are dependent on the peculiarity of each application.
- • Single $6,000 (1st: $2,500 › 2nd: $2,000 › 3rd: $1,500)
- • Couple $10,000 (1st: $4,000 › 2nd: $3,000 › 3rd: $3,000)
- • Family $12,000 (1st: $5,000 › 2nd: $4,000 › 3rd: $3,000)
- • Ontario: Thunderbay, Sault Ste Marie, Sudbury, Timmins, North Bay.
- • Manitoba: Gretna-Rhineland-Altona-Plum Coulee, Brandon
- • Alberta: Claresholm
- • Saskatchewan: Moose Jaw
- • British Columbia: West Kootenay
- • Nova Scotia
- • New Brunswick
- • Prince Edwards Island
- • Newfoundland and Labrador
We’ve got walk-in offices in Lagos & Abuja 🇳🇬, Sheridan 🇺🇸, Quebec 🇨🇦, and Dubai 🇦🇪 however due to Covid19 Guidelines, we can only attend to a limited number of visitors daily, hence office inquiries are done exclusively on an appointments basis only to manage the number of visitors.
However, our online Support is now available 24 hours across various platforms to answer all your many questions so feel free to ask away. And when you are ready to start, you can book an appointment to visit our Office, pay and get started (if you prefer).
One of the ways we are ensuring the success of our client’s application this year is by putting a cap on the number of clients to take on. This way we focus on delivering results on a fewer number of migrants based on the provision.
The package primarily provides you with a verifiable Job Offer from a Canadian Employer. Other expectations include:
- Verifiable Job Offer
- Canadian Work Permit
- Settlement Plan or Accommodation
- Permanent Residency Assistance
Very Simple! If you meet the basic eligibility criteria listed below, then you are good to proceed with the Canada 3in1 Package.
- • 1 year of work experience.
- • Minimum 12 years of education.
- • Must be Under 55 years of age.
- • IELTS 4.0 to 5.5 (AIP – 4.0, RNIP – 5.0, MCDII – 5.0)
- • Proof of funds (AIP-$3,303, RNIP-$9,500, MDCII – $9,000) Single applicant. Proof of funds is only needed with the P.R. application so most clients won’t need it.
- • Must apply before April 2022.
YES, YOU TOTALLY CAN!
Plus you could earn a referral incentive when they start their processing.
The best part is that you don’t have to answer any the many questions. If they are interested, simply send us their details and we will follow-up with them for you. Once they pay, you will be credited, instantly 😉!
This is possible. All you’ve got to do is pay 40% – 50% of your initial payment to reserve your slot. However, you will need to pay the outstanding initial payment before the 3in1 Package deadline.
It’s important to put into considerations the 2 major factors that determines availability for this package:
- 1. Slots: If all slots are taken due to the February Valentine Offer.
- 2. Deadline: 3in1 Package closes ending April 2022.