Canada's immigration regulations are complex, strictly-enforced and subject to frequent change.
Every year, many thousands of Canadian residence applications are refused, returned unprocessed or delayed due to technical errors and problems that may seem unimportant to applicants. Even if your application is 95% correct, this can be grounds for outright refusal. If you are considering immigration to Canada you can get an independent assessment of eligibility by consulting a professional Canadian migration consultant and in doing so protect yourself from these risks.
When you deal with a competent, experienced consultant you maximise your chance of a successful outcome. You also save a considerable amount of time, as the consultant will take responsibility for seeing that the application is prepared correctly and submitted in the format required by the immigration authorities.
The consultant will also follow up with the visa office after lodgement to minimise delays and comply with documentation requests. The consultant will also keep you informed about the status of your application and about any relevant changes to policy or regulations that could affect the outcome.
Please note: It is important to check that your consultant is either a member in good standing of a provincial or territorial law society, including paralegals; a member of the Chambre des Notaires du Quebec; or a member of the governing body for immigration consultants, ICCRC.
So, if you don't want to risk your future in Canada, you are recommended to consult a professional migration consultant.
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