Deciding to make Canada your new home is an important decision that requires a lot of deliberation and reflection. Immigration procedures can be complicated and confusing. Therefore, we always recommend working with the Regulatory Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC).
For your peace of mind, we recommend that you consult thoroughly with a certified Canadian immigration consultant to ensure that you are eligible for the visa or immigration process. More importantly, our regulated Canadian rcic immigration consultant are honest and provide a realistic assessment of your chances of finding the best route for you and your family.
An experienced immigration consultant can predict what can go wrong and make suggestions to increase your chances of success. It can also make the Canadian immigration process smoother. However, finding a suitably qualified consultant can be a challenge in itself.
The Following Points Will Guide You In Choosing The Right Rcic.
- Consultants must be licensed by the Canadian government
- Applicants must ensure that the immigration consultant is licensed. Canadian immigration consultants must be registered with the ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of the Canadian Regulatory Council).
- All her ICCRC members carry proof of eligibility and photo identification that clearly shows their name and license number. All her ICCRC license numbers start with the letter “R” followed by her six-digit number.
- To verify that your consultant meets state requirements and that your license is valid, please visit the CCRC website.
- If your goal is Canadian Permanent Residency, your advisor should select a skilled worker program that clearly fits your profile and you will be granted Canadian Permanent Residency in the shortest possible time.
- If you are not initially eligible for a permanent resident visa or are unlikely to obtain permanent residency, your advisor should identify study or work opportunities that allow you to enter rcic canada temporarily. Your advisor should explain how these temporary visas lead to permanent residency and create your own personalized roadmap.
Counselors should have knowledge of the Canadian labor market
The most important factor in a Canadian immigration case is your work history. A good counselor will assess your past and current positions and compare them to Canadian job standards. A key component of the immigration process is correctly identifying the Canadian Occupation Code and demonstrating how the Canadian Code’s required duties and work experience match up. If you do not do this correctly, your application will be rejected.
If your profession is a regulated profession in Canada, your advisor will inform you about all licensing procedures and help you start the process. This information forms an important part of your visa application as you will need to prove to the visa office that you intend to work in Canada.
It is imperative that your qualifications and experience are assessed by a designated third party who carries out the conversion to Canadian standards.
Consultants must be aware of changes and updates to the immigration process.
Researching and understanding laws and regulations is very important. This is because changes can happen all the time, and every small update can be an opportunity to go ahead (or not) with a client’s application.
Consultants can count on a dedicated team for support.
Each consultant can work independently, but a team of other consultants can help increase your chances of success, even in the most difficult cases. e-Visa Immigration has a team of 9 experienced and regulated Canadian immigration consultants working together to support each of our clients!