WHY YOU SHOULDN’T DIY APPLYING FOR IMMIGRATION TO CANADA
For most people, immigrating to a new country enables them to seek several opportunities in higher education, work, or business. However, every year the immigration laws grow stringent with new rules and regulations. Not to mention, you will need to compete against several other immigration applicants with similar career backgrounds to ensure acceptance of your application. Usually, submitting an error-free and complete immigration application with sufficient supporting documents is more complicated than you might think. And it’s one of the top reasons why applicants get rejected or asked to resubmit their applications which costs more money, time, and effort.
At GL Immigration Consulting, we understand the challenges the average person faces when approaching the ever-evolving process, that is, Canadian immigration. We want to help you ace your application so that you can be on your way to living the Canadian dream before you even know it. This is why we have come up with a few points to emphasize why you shouldn’t attempt to DIY immigration.
1. It is hard to keep up with the dynamic environment
One of the hardest parts about filing any immigration application is determining exactly what you need to submit, especially because forgetting certain documents can lead to a long delay in processing or even a rejection. Immigration rules can also be very tricky, with a variety of dos and don’ts. While a lot of information regarding immigration is available on the internet, it may often not be up to date, or there may be a gap in understanding the actual requirements needed to qualify for a program. Immigration rules can change overnight, and if you are not well updated and in sync with how the immigration system works, you could lose your chance of getting your form accepted.
2. It can cost you double the time – money – frustration
If you are in a hurry, then it can be a bit difficult for you to complete the entire immigration application process alone. Also, making a small mistake during the procedure does not only incur heavy monetary penalties but, at times, may require the repetition of the entire process. Moreover, your application process may be delayed for months if the application is not made correctly. So in such a situation, while immigration consultants do charge a fee, in the end, they save you the time that it takes to complete the process. Similarly, they fix your mistakes in advance so that there is no delay in completing your application form.
Do things right – Hire a professional
The primary job of an immigration consultant is to assist people who want to immigrate. Immigration consultants understand the immigration system, applicable laws and know which is the best path for different situations. To determine how they need to help you out, they will assess your current life situation and make good recommendations about the chances of getting your visa or becoming a permanent resident.
Just remember that the consultant you hire must be fully trained and familiar with the requirements of the visa application process. The Canadian immigration authorities insist that anyone working as a Canadian immigration consultant should be a member of The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). This means they must be a Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). If they are not, their business does not provide legal services. ICCRC members must be educated on Canadian immigration programs and laws. They must also continue to learn about their industry, and they must responsibly manage their cases. This means they are under oath and must constantly strive to improve their skills to provide you with the best services they can offer.
If you are looking for an immigration consultant, then reach out to GL Immigration Consulting. Regardless of where our clients are immigrating from or their financial and employment status, we strive to offer conscientious immigration assistance to them right from the word go. We also endeavor to supply Canada with much-needed skilled workers, along with fresh, talented, and intellectual professionals that are bound to catapult our already booming economy.
We assist our clients with business immigration, investor immigration, family sponsorship, express entry, Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), Canadian citizenship, Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and employer services, work permits, spousal sponsorship, caregiver immigration program, parents, and grandparents super visa. We also focus on other areas of immigration. Our consulting services are available to clients across Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Brussels, Belgium, Netherlands. For a complete list of our services, please click here. If you have any questions about immigrating to Canada, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact us here.