Why a Representative

 
Why Hire a Representative?
 
 
There is huge information available in our eBook as well as on a number of web sites on Canadian Immigration.

You can find links as to which forms you should use, how you should fill them up and where these should be submitted, but you should be aware that the outcome of an immigration application very much depends on the proper search of intended occupation in Canada, keeping in view your education and employment backgrounds.

The outcome of immigration application depends on how the case is presented to the Immigration Officer to make it more clear and understandable.

The correspondence with the Immigration Office needs a lot of expertise that can only be done by a well-experienced immigration service provider.

That is why the services of an Immigration Lawyer or a Consultant are recommended for preparing and filing immigration application.

You can file your immigration application with the immigration office on your own. However, an average applicant is not aware of many important issues, information and procedures because one has no experience in the preparation and filing the immigration cases.

So it is always advisable to engage someone experienced and knowledgeable to avoid mistakes in preparing file resulting in rejection of application.

Please also note that the processing fee paid is not refundable if the case is rejected.

An immigration Lawyer or Consultant would look in to the aspects -
 
      • Analyze the facts of your case thoroughly.

 

      • Explain all the benefits for which you may be eligible. 
        Recommend the best ways for you to obtain permanent residence.

 

      • Complete and submit your applications properly.

 

      • Stay current on the new laws that affect you.

 

      • Avoid delays and problems with your case wherever possible.

 

      • Discuss the status of your case with you.

 

      • File necessary appeals and waivers.

 

      • Utilize the system to your advantage because he or she has the experience to do so.

 

      • The stakes are high. It's not just money; it's the years of time, energy, and your future plans that are affected. You can't afford to make a mistake.

 

      • You've never done it before, and may never do it again. Canada's immigration laws are complex. Do you really want to learn the law and procedures yourself, and use your family as a test case?

 

      • You may not know if you've made a mistake, especially a fatal one, until many months later.

 

      • You need the right answers to your questions, which you can rely on. Information that you get from immigration web sites can often be inconsistent, and sometimes completely wrong! Also, while there are thousands of pages on Canada Immigration's website, you need to find answers to your questions, and how to apply them to your situation.

 

      • You need to know the right Questions. You often have options, but don't know about them; you need to ask the right questions.

 

      • There may be problems delaying your case, but you don't even know about them.

 

      • Increase your chance of an Interview Waiver: Often, an Immigration Lawyer or a Consultant can help you get an interview waiver by providing additional documents which are not on Documents Checklists. An immigration Lawyer or Consultant consider the facts of your case, then advise you as to what could improve your chances of an interview waiver. The cost is worth the benefit. The cost of failure is much higher.

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