Emigrating to Canada


Emigrating to Canada. Where do you start? What do you do?


When we decided we wanted out from the United Kingdom to go and live in Canada, I must admit that some of the above thoughts certainly came to mind. Prior to the move, we spent a lot of time going around in circles trying to establish the facts about emigrating to Canada – do we qualify, how long will it take, what exactly must we do beforehand, to make it happen? We were looking for something or someone to show us, step by step what we should do at the start of the process and what we should do in order to progress the Emigration process. We wanted something there in black and white. Do this, do that, complete this form, send it there, wait for this reply from these people then submit those documents over there. It soon became apparent that to find out what to do, we may have to pay a ‘knowledgeable expert’, skilled in the arts of unravelling the “Emigrating to Canada conundrum”, namely, an Immigration Lawyer or an Emigration Consultant. There are plenty out there, who can take the effort and mystery out of the whole procedure, but not necessarily any of the anxiety. We entered into discussions with a few Consultants/Lawyers and one even gave us some free advice. We went to some Emigration Fairs and Seminars in England to get more key information, but we still felt that little of importance was forthcoming.  Also, application processing times taking three to four years were commonly bandied around.

To appoint an Immigration Lawyer or an Emigration Consultant involves fees to the tune of thousands of Dollars. One Guy in Ontario actually wanted $750 per hour plus taxes to handle our case/application. In actual fact,  ‘Representitives’ have no preferential treatment when dealing with the Immigration process or Governmental Departments and cannot jump the queue or artificially speed up your application. The only advantages of hiring such a representative therefore would have been (a) the assumption that he knew what procedures to follow and (b) that he would have submitted the correct forms to the right places on our behalf.

Eventually, after searching for direction, we found a way of getting our application expedited legally and efficiently, getting Visas and Work/Study Permits and so on. This information along with many other aspects of the whole emigration process, has been brought together to create the Canada New Life Manual for those wishing to follow in our footsteps.

Before you decide to emigrate, it’s worth considering a few thoughts on the matter though. You have to be convinced that you want out from the place you live now. Consider what the realities are of coming to live and work in Canada. Would you be able to ‘assimilate’ mentally into this new culture? It is very important to research the place you are intending to emigrate to before preparing for the move.  For us, we found the move from where we lived is akin to having escaped bedlam to find ourselves in a place of relative stability, fairness and order.

OKAY. So you have decided you really do want out from where you are now. What’s the ‘low down’? Maybe you don’t want to pay large sums of money to a Consultant at this point, but you may possibly do this at a later date if that makes you feel more comfortable. You might have been on Government Websites but find all the jargon and references too much. You just want an easy to follow document that sets out in a clear and simple format what is required. What are your hopes and anxieties about your current life? Would you like to learn more about emigrating to Canada? We know quite a bit and we would like to help you.

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Visa And Immigration Information For Australia

This article provides information related to Australia Visa and Immigration. There are different ways to come to Australia. Australia welcomes you as a tourist, student or temporary worker.

Australia also have different type of immigration categories like skilled workers class, Business Class, Student class. the information provides such information like Australian Immigration, Australia Skill Assessment, Business Migration,  Australia jobs, Australia visa, Family Class Immigration, General High Skilled workers, How to migrate to Australia,  jobs in Australia,  Study Visa, Study Permit, Sponsorship Visa, work permits

If you are planning a holiday visit or a short business trip to Australia, you will need to apply for either a visa or an ETA (Electronic Travel Authority). An ETA will let you spend up to three months in Australia. There are a number of visa options available for people who want to migrate permanently to Australia and who have the required skills and qualifications. Tourist and Visitors Visa, Study Visa, Business Visas, Sponsorship Visa, Skilled Independent Visa etc.

Skilled Independent Visa: Professionals and skilled workers who qualify after the point system evaluation introduced by Australia and the pass mark now-a-days is 120 points to qualify, but this may different time-to-time so before applying or planning to come to Australia, once visit the Australia official website for current pass marks limits.

Provincial Nomination Program: Workers going to a specific province and must sponsor by their relatives.

Australia Business Class: Person who want to go to Australia for business purposes, be-sure the Australia high commission of your country will be check your business statements or sufficient amount in you bank for your future establishment.

Study Visa: Study visa is such type of visa when someone want to go to Australia for study, in this case first you directly link with University / Institute / School / College for your admission and then if you successes to get admission then the process will begin between you and Embassy of your country.

There is no end of Australia Visa options, there are lot of creditable information is left which can be easily retrieve through visiting different website, I have also a useful website for Australia Immigration , you can also obtain information in detail from this website which address is available in resource box.

Hope you will get useful information from this article and from website below in resource box.

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