Many people believe that moving to Canada only requires them to complete a few forms. Filling out the paperwork is a simple process. Most people can take information from one location and place it in the correct line. However, immigrating to Canada involves far more than just a few forms. What counts is the process. And if the procedure is not handled properly, you can find yourself cut off from your loved ones permanently, unable to work for weeks at a time, or even denied access to Canada. Therefore, the procedure must be managed properly with the assistance of a qualified immigration consultant.
Would I be able to finish the whole immigration formalities in a snap of my fingers?
Well, before you think that you will be handling the process damn easily (especially if you are doing it for the first time), let us ask you some basic questions-
- Do you understand the process of what happens from start to finish?
- Can you make a second attempt if you are not successful this time?
- Do you understand what IRCC requirements and guidelines are?
- How would you know that you are qualified for the application and can you advocate on your own behalf if IRCC makes a mistake?
- Do you know what to do or whom to contact if something gets lost at IRCC or if the normal process that you are hoping for doesn’t seem to occur?
And the series of questions do not end here. There are several complexities involved during the immigration process other than filling out forms.
Instances of DIY Immigration Failures
Here is an example of people who decided to manage their application but later wished they had an expert by their side-
A newlywed couple’s Express Entry application was returned as incomplete since it was not properly submitted. The bridging open work permit was refused as a result. The couple had to decide whether to return to their home country to resume their employment or to remain in Canada while their fresh PR application was being processed.
You know what it means! Every time immigration is involved with the profession, settlement, or partners, treat it as a once-in-a-lifetime chance because there is no assurance that, if something goes wrong, you will receive another opportunity. So, instead of regretting later, it is a wise idea to let the experts guide you throughout the whole process!
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