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Every Country periodically update their basic requirements for foreigners looking to visit, study, work, do business, or get residency or citizenship in their countries. The basic idea behind every country’s immigration is to attract the best skills and resources from around the world into their countries, to make it better, and secure their future.
This simply means that any forward-thinking country has an immigration program of sorts, that’s designed to take care of a particular present or future need in that country, just incase there are little or no way of meeting this need(s) locally.
Like in the case of Canada where there are high rates of old citizens retiring, and the skillset they need cannot be met locally; Canada now has over 100+ Immigration Programs to address these challenges. This is what makes Canada the home of Migrants.
If you understand this, then you’ll have a much better understanding of what we mean when we say “any country with a temporal or permanent residency needs you more than you need them” – as such, you’ll find that the most recommended way to secure an entry visa or permit, residency and even citizenship to your desired country, is by doing an eligibility assessment to determine if you are eligible for your country of interest.
If you are eligible, then the best thing is to have a one on one session with an experience immigration consultant to help you (1.) understand your options, (2.) recommend a country/ies with the highest chances of success, considering your peculiarities, assessment result, and (3.) provide a professional opinion, from the ‘experience‘ point of view.
There are 3 Critical Steps to Immigration: Step One: Eligibility Assessment. Step Two: Consultation. Step Three: The Processing.
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In 2022, Canada has over 100 Immigration Programs through which you and your family can legally immigrate, based on your peculiarities. This simply means you’ve got more ways to Canada than you know. And the easiest pathway isn’t popularly known.
Let’s apply the 3 Critical Steps of Immigrating to Canada;
- Eligibility Assessment – Check which program you qualify for.
- Consultation – We have a 45mins Free Session with our expert.
- The Processing – We commence your Immigration Processing.
By following these steps, you’ll discover that (1.) you might have wanted to migrate to Canada, but discover that the processing timeframe is longer than you’d prefer or (2.) meeting the requirements are unattainable for you or (3.) you cannot afford the estimated cost or (4.) you don’t meet the basic eligibility requirements, (5.) you realised you prefer another country, or whatever your realisation, you are better informed.
Global Economic Migration
As a way of recovering from the Covid-19 Epidemic, 2022 shows more countries competing with Canada’s position as the world’s No. 1 destination for immigration, by offering skilled, semi-skilled, and non-skilled workers better incentives to influence their interest in applying for Residency or Citizenship By Investments (CIB) in their respective countries.
Based on your age, applicant type (single, couple, or family), skill-set, level of education, place of education, proof of funds, criminal records, health status, financial capability, years of working experience, and other peculiarities; there are countries with a much easier, faster, more affordable, surer processing that you might want to consider in migrating abroad.
There are countries with relocation sponsorship opportunities, while there are others with employment offers and others with business or investment opportunities.
Migrate to Canada Agency can help you access the latest and more favorable economic migration opportunities around the world.
One of the surest, easiest, fastest, and safest countries to immigrate to with your family in 2022 is the United Arab Emirates…
— Lordgrant, MCA Immigration Consultant
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Frequently Asked Questions
From our combined years of experience in Canada Immigration, and from general inquiries, we’ve put together our all-time best answers to the top nine (9) questions commonly asked about immigration
What’s the easiest way to immigrate to Canada?
There is no 1 answer for the easiest immigration program to migrate to Canada as this depends on an individual’s peculiarities. However, with over 100 Immigration programs to choose from, the best way to determine which program could be the easiest for you is by (1.) doing your recent eligibility assessment, and (2.) having a recent consultation with an expert who can help best determine the easiest way for you.
What’s the cheapest Country to immigrate to?
You would agree that what’s cheap for someone isn’t for another; so there is no 1 answer for the cheapest country to immigrate to. This depends on various factors. That said, a better way to determine which country offers the cheapest option for you is by (1.) doing your eligibility assessment, and (2.) having a consultation with an expert who can help determine the cheapest program for you.
What’s the fastest Country to immigrate to?
In 2022, Dubai, United Arab Emirates is widely considered the fastest country to immigrate to. However, with Immigration, change is a constant, so the best way to determine which program could be the fastest for you at your time of interest, considering your country of interest, is by (1.) doing your eligibility assessment, and (2.) having a consultation with an expert who can help determine the easiest way for you.
What are my chances of immigrating to Canada?
This is a very important question that a lot of people ignore. Knowing the immigration route or program (regardless of the country) that offers you the best chance of success is something you can and should be determined before you even start a program. The discovery should guide your decision-making. That said, to get a clearer idea of your chances, you need to (1.) do a recent eligibility assessment, and (2.) have a recent consultation with an expert who can help best determine your chances.
What’s the average cost of immigrating abroad?
Cost estimates depend on the country, the immigration program, and when you plan on starting your processing. There are factors such as Requirements, Proof Of Funds, Processing Costs, and Travel expenses (flight, transfers, hotel or accommodation, etc), to mention a few. Our recommendation would be, (1.) do a recent eligibility assessment, to determine the program you qualify for, and (2.) book consultation with an expert who can help determine a cost estimate you can work towards.
What’s the surest country to migrate to?
Most people prefer to migrate to a country where they can be assured of guaranteed results. The only developed country that offers Sure Resident Permit is Dubai UAE. However, it is important to note that every country has the right to refuse an application into their country, with or without any reason(s). That said, compared to most, Dubai has the easiest, fastest, simplest, affordable, and surest immigration programs. Getting an expert’s opinion is advisable to determine if Dubai offers the sort of opportunities you seek.
What are the benefits of migrating to Canada?
(1.) The Right To Live & Work (2.) Extend or Renew Your PR every 5 years (3.) Migrate With Your Family (4.) Enjoy Free Universal Healthcare (5.) Free World Class Education for your Children up to 18years (6.) Social Benefits such as a higher standard of living (7.) Highway to Canadian Citizenship once you’ve stayed 1,085 days (8.) Freedom Of Movement to any province within Canada (9.) Freedom to Start A Business (10.) Safety and Security. are a few of the top reasons people prefer Canada.
Why don’t you give direct answers to questions?
Simply put, there are no permanent best answers with travel. While existing immigration programs are been reviewed for possible changes or scrapped altogether, new immigration programs are been created to suit a country’s present and future needs. However, the best way to get an updated answer to all your questions about immigration is by (1.) doing your eligibility assessment, and (2.) having a consultation with an expert, before (3.) Starting your processing, either with us or by yourself.
If it fails, is the processing fees refundable?
The short version is YES and NO! Refundable is determined on a case-by-case basis, so it’s advisable to clarify from your immigration consultant during your consultation session, the terms and conditions of your processing.
However, it is more important to note that paid consultation fees are non-refundable. If you miss your consultation session and fail to email in a change of schedule at least 1 hour earlier, that’ll be regarded as forfeiture.