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How to organize your Canadian plan?

07 July, 2021

How to organize your Canadian plan?

Before you start your Plan Canada it is very important to talk with your spouse and children so that everyone involved is aligned and in anticipation of the move. 

This is the time to make sure that this is exactly what you want, getting everyone on board and helping each other along the way. 

If you come alone, have someone close to you to share the good times and the challenges.

 Do your research! Even if you are being assisted by one of our specialists, don't stop researching. Do not believe everything you read on the Internet, and do not think that what was good for one person will also work for you. When it comes to Canada and becoming a permanent resident, the characteristics of each person or family is unique.

So research and save the tips that will help you through the process and when you arrive in Canada.

In your research, also be sure to know the characteristics of the provinces and cities you are considering living in. This decision is very personal, so make sure you know as much as you can about what is important to you in a city: schools, labour market opportunities, cost of living, local health care, transportation, and, of course, the weather!

Next, schedule an immigration consultation with one of our immigration-regulated consultants. He or she will be responsible for advising you on the best plan for your profile, as well as giving you the support you need until the process is complete and you receive your dreamed permanent residency.

There are more than 80 ways to immigrate to Canada (we have talked about it in several videos here on our YouTube channel) but regardless of which one will be more suitable for your profile, you will need to meet requirements that will give you points.  

Here are a few: 

  1. Work experience, preferably in one of the in-demand professions.

  2. Financial reserve.

  3. Good educational level - graduation, post-graduation, etc.

  4. Good proficiency in English and/or French - if you have both, your score will be even higher.

But don't worry, if you don't have one or more of these requirements, there are other ways, in medium-term planning, that can make you meet the requirements set by the Canadian government and reach your final goal.

If your plan involves studies, the next step is to consult an educational specialist. He/she will be responsible for aligning your immigration planning with your study plan, with the various options of colleges and universities that Canada offers.

If you are not fluent in English, for example, you can start with immersion and then apply for an immigration process or join an educational institution.   

The consultations and follow-ups save time and resources that only the consultants' expertise will bring to the whole process. With the specialists, the path becomes clearer, the risks of unnecessary expenses are minimized, and the chances of success increase!

Financial planning is another essential step for those who want immigration or to have an experience in another country because it can determine the success or failure of your journey.

Besides being prepared for the challenges of living in a new country, the person who plans and saves money does not run the risk of having his/her visa denied due to lack of financial proof - one of the most common reasons for visa denials.

 

The e-Visa Group is specialized in all steps you will need to be successful in your plan. Visa, immigration, education, career and financial planning!

And remember: our job is not only to make you come to Canada but also to be successful in your Canadian journey, contact us.