Top five Mistakes Made When Applying for Immigration


Top five Mistakes Made When Applying for Immigration

Thousands of people across the world immigrate to Canada every year, and the Great North remains a top choice for those seeking a fresh start and a better future for their families. And yet, there is an equal number of applicants that never make the final cut.

Submitting an error-free and complete immigration application 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.

Ready to take the plunge and come to Canada? Increase your chances of success with our list of top five mistakes to avoid when applying to immigrate to Canada.

Top five Mistakes Made When Applying for Immigration:

As those that have already skilled this process are going to be ready to tell you, applying to become a permanent resident can sometimes be an awesome task as there's a lot of paperwork that comes with it and it can sometimes be easy to form an error . In order to assist you create this process a touch easier, the subsequent article will give the five common mistakes that are made during the appliance process.

1. Not Calculating the Points Properly

In order to become a permanent resident under the Federal Skilled Workers Program, the Quebec Skilled Worker Program and most of the Provincial Nominee Programs you will need to fulfill the point requirement for these. 

The points are based on your qualifications and experience and can sometimes be confusing because a lot of people are not sure exactly how many points to count. If you are going through this process without the aid of an immigration lawyer, make sure that you are counting the points the right way because if you do not meet the requirements for points, your application will probably be rejected.

2. Not Filling the Forms Properly

There are many different forms that need to be filled when immigrating to Canada. When filling these, it is imperative that all the directions be read and followed thoroughly. On application, sometimes inconsistent information is also found; for example, sometimes the person does not spell their name the same way on all forms. 

It is very important that all the information you will submit with your application be consistent or it will likely be resent to you and you will need to do it again. That being said, it is extremely important to be honest and to fill these forms with matching information. Also it is essential to remember to sign the forms at the proper spots; this small error could cause your application to be returned.

Top five Mistakes Made When Applying for Immigration

3. Missing Documents

Although it is different for every type of immigration category, there are many documents that need to be sent when wanting to become a permanent resident of Canada. Not only do all the required documents need to be sent, but they also need to be sent in the correct format as sometimes they will ask for a photocopied version, while other times you will need to send the original. There is also some confusion when it comes to which documents are required; for example a person is asked to send their birth certificate, but they may never been given one and will need to figure out which documents can be sent as a substitute.

4. Incorrect National Occupational Classification (NOC) Code

Unless they have a job offer with a qualified Canadian employer, people wishing to immigrate to Canada on the Federal Skilled Worker Program will need to have at least one year experience in a list of 29 eligible jobs. How it works is that each job has a code, and it can sometimes be complicated to figure out which job corresponds to which code. 

In order to prove their work experience it is necessary to get a reference letter from a past employer who can confirm the one year experience, however if they determine that the skills in the reference letter do not match the NOC code, the application could be rejected.

5. Choosing the Wrong Visa Office

If the application is not sent to the corresponding visa office, it will be returned to the sender. It is important to know who needs to receive your application in order for it to go smoothly.

In order to avoid all these mishaps, and making the process longer than it needs to be, there is a simple solution, and it is to hire an immigration lawyer. They will be able to provide you with all the necessary help in order to make sure that all these forms are filled properly and sent to the right people. The last thing you want when trying to immigrate to Canada is to make the process longer than it already is.

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  • Wissam
    Wissam 7/22/2021 11:44 ص

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