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Immigration to Canada can be a maze at best and a complete waste of time and money and a loss of dreams at worst. Moving to a new country is a life changing experience and for many it is the immigration process itself is a deterrent for even trying.
There are many different categories for immigration to Canada. Think of them as “roads” or “paths” to a destination. Depending on the path you take, you will either get to your destination or be lost in a legal maze never knowing when the road may end. To extend the metaphor, if you do not have a good “driver” to take you down the correct legal path, you are in for some hard times. So where do you go? How to you get there?
The first option is of course, yourself. Yes, there is nothing stopping you from going at it alone, submitting an application, paying your fee and hoping for the best. If you are a gambler, perhaps this is the way to go. After all, despite what the government websites may tell you, applying for Canadian immigration on your own, is a big gamble.
Since making the move to another country is one of the most important decisions you can make, most people won’t leave it to chance and rightly so. Most people know that immigration is more than filling out forms or paying a fee–much more. Rather, immigration to Canada involves careful analysis of your case, understanding of the immigration law as it applies to your situation, the correct immigration category that will serve your interests, the proper procedure, forms and documents to make your case a success etc. A lot goes into the immigration process beyond a simple click of a mouse or a signature on a form.
Regardless of who you decide to hire, you should do your homework. Get references, check reviews, make sure the professional you hire has experience in the kind of case applicable to your situation. It is essential also that when you hire an immigration lawyer or consultant, you sign a retainer agreement that outlines the terms and conditions of your relationship with the immigration service provider. The retainer agreement should contain the nature of the case, the cost, payment schedule and obligations and duties of the parties. This document will be your first line of defence in case something goes wrong.
But if you do your homework and ask the right questions, your chances of success for immigration to Canada should be increased. If you are looking for assistance with Canadian immigration, contact our immigration law firm today.
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