We understand you may be overwhelmed with the amount of forms required and have many questions as most potential applicants do.
You and any applicant that want to qualify for any immigration program are required to follow and provide the answers to the mandatory steps listed:
(1) – All questions MUST be answered – Immigration Canada is very strict with this. If you fail to provide any answers, your claim will be rejected.
(2) – A language test is mandatory for all applicants even if their mother language is English or French, or if the applicant is studying English or French as a major in Masters or PHD degree.
The proficiency test must be one that is recognized by Canada, either TEF – for French speakers, or IELTS for English speakers. All potential applicants MUST take the language proficiency test regardless of their nationality before the application is started.
What is your English/French proficiency? Provide the score if you have taken any standard language test such as IELTS or TEF. Send us a copy of your English Test Certificate.
(3) – Questions consist of:
- What is your full name?
- How old are you?
- What is your nationality?
- What country/city do you currently live in now?
- What is your marital status?
- How many people are in your family? (ONLY wife/husband and children) do not include your father, mother or siblings.
- What is your financial status? (How much money is in your bank account, investments or property, etc.)?
In case you are still a student and your parents are paying for your immigration process. We will need the same information above (questions 1-7) from your parents.
- What is your education background (Major in University / Masters)?
- What is your work experience? (What is your current job?)
If you are applying as a Refugee Status, reasons for this claim MUST be provided.
If you would like to live, study and work in Canada, contact our office for more information about immigration costs and service fees firstname.lastname@example.org