When you prepared for something. You can save yourself from investing more time, energy and efforts. Same goes for the immigration process. If you are aware of the things before applying, you can save yourself from a lot of hassle. So here we are with our list of top do’s and don’ts. So you can plan your immigration without any worry.
DO: Apply for PR once you are eligible
While planning to move to Canada for establishing a new life. You should apply for a permanent residence visa. This means you are a permanent resident and eligible to apply for citizenship in near future. It makes you eligible to have benefits like health care facilities and insurance. You can live in the country and later apply for its citizenship.
DO: Know Before You Go
It’s always helpful to know better about the country you are willing to immigrate to. You can research it on google and read similar articles about its culture and how to find jobs there or how to avail of other opportunities. Remember it needs time to find housing, what’s the transport facility available in the area and where you can get the grocery. It’s an extension for better planning and helps you to get a clear view of many things. Also helps in other aspects like language barriers, employment, cultural difficulty.
Do: Meet criteria for specific jobs or programs
Educate yourself about the job criteria before applying. Learn better about job responsibilities and align it with your qualifications.
While applying for a job remember to make a relevant CV too. For example, If there is an opportunity for a manager, highlight the point of good communication skills and your negotiation ability. Also, use the country approved format for creating your resume. It will increase its readability and familiarity with the recruiters and employers.
DON’T: Incorrect study permit verification:
Every student has to verify its details right after they land in the country. These include details like spelling of your name, date of birth, and term & conditions you have applied under. It happens to many students and it’s time-consuming. To avoid this get your documents verified and ready with precise detailing about your work, study, and other plans.
Don’t: Arrive with insufficient resources to get established
Before moving to a new country, make sure you have sufficient financial and logistical resources to support yourself and sustain in the country. It’s necessary for establishing a new life. It ensures you can bear a month or two rent and pay for your other essential needs until you get a job in the new country.
Don’t: Submitting incomplete documents
The complete process is 100% legal and you need to go through it to get your visa. Every country has its set of standards and rules and regulations. The applicant has to submit certain documents with appropriate permits issued. You can get the documents list from their official immigration website. Check all the documents before applying. Some authorities will reject your application due to missing details, so make sure you complete it without fail.
Contact DY immigration consultants for expert guidance and get your visa approved via 100% legal process.