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With the changes that were taking place when it came to the Coronavirus pandemic, many people were planning on moving to Canada and a few other parts of the world but with the constant changes that were taking place globally, they could not make a move just yet. At the start of the pandemic, there were restrictions on travel, especially international travel, which restricted and curtailed the spread of the virus. Many people were trapped and could not move from one place to another when the initial lockdown was announced. Some tourists wanted to get home but could not.

When it came to working on proper application processes, we learned that there was a range of tasks that they could work on that would allow them to get through the process with ease. We created a list of tasks to assist our clients, so they work on them while most of them had free time to get through.

Tip #1: Get an approved language proficiency test done
When it comes to moving to Canada, there are tests and rules. Additionally, the country wanted to make sure the people they were working with could speak their language. They needed them to prove that, which makes a significant difference for the better when pushing their passport and visa papers through the process. 

Tip #2: Get your credential assessments done
When it comes to many processes, they are now online, and clients should work through them so they do not have to keep checking in at the office. They have to create an account on the platform to make sure they can process their information, which they can do at their convenience. 

Tip #3: Don’t believe in Facebook immigration tips
There is a lot of information out there about processes that are not even close to the truth. You can keep researching and learning more about the process if you want to handle it alone, but know that a lot of the information might not be accurate, and you have to make sure that you are reading up enough. Facebook groups and Twitter tweets are not the ideal sources of information. Finding verified ways to talk about beating the queues is ideally just a hoax. Get through the process through the right sources, which might take longer but more beneficial than shorter methods that would likely not materialize. 

Tip #4: Don’t believe in tips and tricks from former immigrants
Everyone has a story that they had to get through when they were working on their documentation. You wouldn’t have to get through the same one if you went through the proper channels and worked with the right teams. Find a reputable source and read enough information about them to make sure that they went through the processes in the past and you would be able to get through the process.

Tip #5: Get a good immigration consultant to help you succeed
While we are working through various processes to get through the process, work with a reputed expert would be able to divide you with all the information upfront. They would give you information about the various processes and reasonable timelines. They would also be in the position to tell you the best approach to get through, the documents you need, and how likely you are to get through the process.

If you are looking for an immigration consultant in Nova Scotia, get in touch with us at GL Immigration Consulting. We assist our clients with a lot of the processes that they are getting through when it comes to immigration, including Express Entry into Canada, family Sponsorship and Business Immigration. We have worked in the industry for some time now and are open with our clients to give them all the information we gathered over the year.

We tell them our thoughts and how they would be better equipped to get through the process and changes that they can make to improve their chances of getting in. If you want a better understanding of the services that we provide, please click here. If you want to get in touch with us or believe that we can assist in any way, please click here

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