4 Tips to Make Your Canadian Permanent Residency Application Less Stressful
Posted by Kinman and Associates on June 23rd, 2021
Getting a Canadian permanent residency can be replete with stress. As someone who has to go through it the first time, you might be wondering if there are ways to make it less of a tedious and daunting process. There are always ways to make things less stressful, if not easier. Here are the things that you can do:
One of the reasons why people fail in applying for their PR residency is because they apply to the wrong program. Before you start applying, you should learn of the different immigration programs offered by the Canadian government first and determine your eligibility. Find out which of these programs you are eligible for. Know the differences and requirements so you can prepare for them.
Do your own research. There are a lot of resources that you can turn to for more information.
While it’s not necessary to get an immigration consultation in Burnaby, you can benefit from having one. First, you can learn more about your eligibility and what program would best fit you. An expert in immigration law in Burnaby such as Kinman & Associates will also help you prepare your documents and minimize mistakes. Delays can happen when you submit the wrong documents or you have incomplete information on your documents.
The government has a list of required documents per program. But aside from that, they might ask you to obtain or submit documents that will support your application that is not in the initial requirements. This is also why it is good to get immigration consultation in Burnaby. When you talk to a professional, you can determine if there are additional things that you might need to get just in case these are required.
It’s much easier to forget some crucial things to do in your application when you are only mentally going over them in your head. Planning is crucial. This is why it is good to create a checklist that you can follow and slowly tick off to make sure that you are not forgetting to do anything.
Also, make a list of the expiry dates of your documents. For instance, police background checks might have a shorter validity period compared to other documents like your passport. That bank statement might even have a validity period. If they expire before they are accepted by the immigration, they will be rendered invalid.
These are just some of the things that you can do to make the process easier to deal with.
Robert Lowler is the author of this article. For more details about Family Law New Westminster please visit our website: kinmanlaw.ca
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