Many of our clients approach us directly with their concerns. We are happy to address them all. However, based on our interaction with them over the course of time, we have compiled a set of most commonly asked questions for the convenience of new aspirants.
It is a work in progress and will be updated over time.
We would also like to inform you that the information on this page is not a part of legal advice. We intend to compliment the expertise of our immigration lawyers and empower aspirants with basic terms used in immigration, work permits, and overseas education.
1. Does applying through a licensed consultant guarantee my immigration?
No. But your chances of getting approved increases drastically.
Choosing a licensed consultant to represent you in your immigration, overseas education, work permit process will ensure:
- The right skills and knowledge to overcome complex and dynamic immigration laws and regulations.
- Stay updated with the latest immigration procedures and requirements.
- Get your application approved the very first time, thanks to proper documentation.
- Get complete pre-departure services including visa interview preparations, tax planning, lifestyle requirements, and post-arrival services including accommodation, etc.
A licensed consultant can be helpful in more than one way. Contact us to get started!
2. What does a Permanent Residence status confer?
Canada, Australia are two prominent countries to offer permanent residence status to foreign immigrants. Any foreigner even without prior work experience inside the country may even be eligible to permanently stay in these countries.
These immigrants are expected to contribute positively to the nation’s economy. They are guaranteed almost all social, economic rights & benefits on par with citizens. Further, they are eligible to claim citizenship after spending a considerable amount of time working in the country.
3. Does it help to have a relative abroad for immigration?
Immigration to countries like Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and others assess potential applicants based on their unique points system.
Having a relative such as a parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, spouse, common-law partner, sister, brother, uncle, aunt, nephew, or niece who is already a permanent resident or citizenship of a particular country may give you additional points under Adaptability factors.
Ask our immigration advisors to determine exact points based on your specific profile.
4. How important is Spoken English for immigration?
Language proficiency in English is of utmost importance to qualify for immigration to countries like Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, etc.
However, the proficiency requirement for spoken, written, reading varies depending on the immigration class. Contact our expert advisors to analyze your specific profile and determine your eligibility.
5. Are assets/net worth determining factor for immigration?
Economic immigrants like the skilled worker class, business individuals, international students are the most important class of immigrants in countries like Canada, Australia, New Zealand, etc.
However, applicants must provide evidence of sufficient funds to travel and settle, if accompanied by the family. Such evidence may be furnished immediately prior to visa issuance.
Applicants with a valid & approved job offer may be exempted from this financial requirement.
6. What has been the immigration trends of Skilled Worker, Business Individuals, and International Students in Australia, Canada, New Zealand. Poland, and others?
You may be surprised to know how dependent are these countries on the immigration of skilled workers, business individuals, and international students.
Canada is the most recipient country for immigration plans to welcome over 1.2 million new immigrants over the next three years till 2023. Over 60% of the target will be met through economic-class immigration programs.
Australia & New Zealand has also embarked on the path of economic growth through welcoming more economic-class immigrants.
International students are expected to bring a substantial amount of forex revenue into these countries. By offered post-study permits, these countries look to retain foreign talent and incentive to apply for permanent residence and eventually, citizenship.
7. What are the chances of rejection of my application?
The documentation process for immigration can be a tricky task. The concerned authorities are strict. Applications may be delayed due to technical errors or rejected due to incorrect and/or insufficient supporting documents. We recommend contacting our team to get your document rights the first time.