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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Q. How long does it take to get immigration to Canada?

A. The length of time depends on a number of factors including the category you apply under, the visa office you apply to, and the supporting documentation you are able to include with your application. Canadian visa offices give highest priority to family class applications (i.e., sponsorships by close relatives living in Canada). Under the Independent category, processing times can vary from 6 months to 3 years. Usually, the amount of time it takes to process an application is dependent on the requirement to be interviewed by the visa officer. Because of lengthy backlogs in several visa offices including those in Hong Kong, Beijing, New Delhi, Damascus and Islamabad, the scheduling of these interviews can be subject to delays. The fastest way to avoid a long wait for an interview is to submit a complete and fully documented application to the visa office, allowing a visa officer to determine you are qualified without the need for an interview. At Can-Achieve, we make every effort to maximize the possibility that our clients will receive interview waivers.

Q. Is it faster to apply for immigration in Canada after coming to visit first?

A. No. In fact, generally speaking, unless you are being sponsored by your spouse, it is not possible to apply for permanent residence from within Canada. Applications for immigration must be submitted to a Canadian visa office outside the country.

Q. How much does it cost to immigrate to Canada?

A. Generally, the Canadian government charges $500 CDN for each adult included in an application for permanent residence and $100 CDN for dependents under 19 years of age. Once the application is approved, a further $975 CDN is payable to the government by each adult in the application. Independent class applicants are also required to show settlement funds. This money demonstrates that you will be able to cover your living expenses during the initial settlement period in Canada. The amount required is $10,000 CDN per individual and an additional $2000 CDN for each dependent.

Can-Achieve's professional fees, which vary depending on the immigration category you apply under, are made affordable through our installment plan payments. In most cases, these fees include settlement and employment services at no extra cost.

Q. Will there be a demand for my skills and experience in Canada?

A. Canada's economy is advanced and diversified. There is demand for a wide range of occupations across the country. If your skills are up to date, you will likely find a market for them within Canada's advanced, high-tech economy. However, you should be careful to match your province and city of destination with your skill set. Different regions of Canada tend to specialize in different economic sectors.

Q. Can I get a job offer first and then apply for immigration later?

A. Clients often ask whether Can-Achieve can help them find a job before they come to Canada. While it is desirable to do so, in practical terms, this is difficult. Most Canadian employers wish to interview applicants who are already in the country and who have the legal status to begin work immediately after they are hired. The exception would be if you are experienced in an occupation that is currently in great demand and you possess the experience and qualifications that employers need right now. For most clients, looking for work comes after arriving in Canada.

Q. I am a fresh graduate with less than a year of work experience, can I qualify for immigration?

A. No. Unless you are being sponsored by a close relative (ex. spouse or fiancee), you would not be eligible to qualify for immigration under current selection criteria. You will need to obtain at least one year of full-time work experience before you can submit an application for permanent residence.

Q. Can my spouse and children immigrate with me?

A. Yes. If you are the principal applicant in the application, you can include your spouse and any dependent children as dependents in your application. Once you qualify under any of the immigration categories, your spouse and dependents will also be approved for immigration as long as they pass medical and security checks.

Q. Can I bring include my parents and brothers and sisters in my application for immigration?

A. No. Only spouses and dependent children can be included as dependents in permanent residence applications. However, you may be able to sponsor other family members after you land in Canada and become a permanent resident.

Q. What restrictions are there on what I can do and where I can work after immigrating to Canada?

A. As a permanent resident of Canada, you will have most of the same rights and opportunities as Canadian citizens. Unless you are landed with specific conditions (ex. as an Entrepreneur), you can choose to pursue any kind of occupation or studies in Canada. You would have no obligation to work in the occupation under which you applied. And your status as a permanent resident is not tied to any occupation or your ability to find a job.

Q. Is it hard to find a job in Canada?

A. The factors that Canadian employers look for when hiring workers include relevant work experience, appropriate educational and training background, good English language skills and having the right attitude. Most of the jobs available are not advertised in newspapers or on the Internet. Can-Achieve Employment Services will assist clients in evaluating the job market, deciding what jobs to look for, writing resumes and cover letters, preparing for interviews and employment tests, applying for optional practicum placements (to get Canadian work experience), referring clients to employers, and in applying for the jobs that they are qualified for. If you try to find a job yourself without professional guidance, it may take you a long time to find a job and you may not find the right kind of job. Can-Achieve Employment Services help clients find work that is related to their background, education, training, and previous work experience.

Q. In the independent category, what is the "demographic factor"?

A.This factor is used by the Federal government to regulate the intake of immigrants to Canada. It is currently set at 8 out of 10. This means that every immigrant who applies under the independent category automatically receives these 8 points, regardless of where they are from or where they submit their application.

Q. Can I get "arranged employment" before applying for immigration?

A. It is possible but quite difficult and fairly rare. To get points for "arranged employment" you need to have a job offer from a Canadian employer that has been granted "permanent validation" by Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC). Usually, HRDC only grants permanent validations to applicants who have worked under a temporary work permit in Canada for two years or more. Most independent category applicants are able to qualify without getting any points under the "arranged employment" factor.

Q. Where in Canada should I live after immigrating?

A. There are many factors to consider when choosing a region, province, or city of Canada as your final destination. One must consider things such as quality of life, climate, job market and local economy. The first thing to do is prioritize your goals and objectives after reaching Canada. For example, if your career is your first priority, you will want to settle in the part of Canada in which you will find the most and best career opportunities. Generally speaking, most immigrants settle in one of Canada's major cities such as Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal.

Q. Once I immigrate to Canada, how long do I have to stay in the country to retain my status as a permanent resident?

A. Under current law, a permanent resident is required to be in Canada for 183 days out of any 365 day period unless a returning resident permit is obtained to stay out of the country for a longer period. However, this requirement is due to be relaxed somewhat under Canada's new immigration law. In the future, permanent residents will be required to be in Canada for 2 years out of any 5 year period. That means a permanent resident can remain out of Canada for up to 3 years at a time without losing status.

Q. How long does it take to become a Canadian citizen?

A. Under current law, you will be eligible to apply for citizenship after residing in Canada for 3 years. The application process takes 6-12 months, but once you become a Canadian citizen, you are not required to be resident in Canada to retain citizenship..

Q. Is there discrimination against new immigrants to Canada?

A. As a country founded and built by immigrants, Canada is among the world's most ethnically diverse places to live. Although no society is completely without discrimination of some kinds, under Canada's laws and constitution, official discrimination is illegal and equal rights are guaranteed to all, native-born and immigrant alike.

Q. Can I live or work in the U.S. after immigrating to Canada?

A. As a permanent residence of Canada, you are likely to find it easier to travel to the U.S. for a visit, vacation or temporary business. But until you become a Canadian citizen, you will not be able to enjoy the benefits of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Under NAFTA, Canadian citizens are granted increased access to the U.S. for employment purposes, trade, and business investment.

Q. What kind of questions will the visa officer ask me at my interview?

A. The decision to approve or reject your application for permanent residence is usually made at the time of your interview with a visa officer. These interviews can be stressful for applicants who are not well-prepared. At Can-Achieve, we ensure our clients are properly prepared and able to anticipate many of the questions that will be asked. Every application is different and it is impossible to predict the exact questions you will be asked, but at Can-Achieve we do our best to make our clients aware of the types of subjects likely to be discussed and the information they should have available.

Q. Does Belink Legal Sercive INC. guarantee a job to its clients after landing in Canada?

A. No. However, we do actively assist clients in finding suitable jobs and refer clients to Canadian employers. Belink Legal Sercive INC. has a successful placement rate of over 70% in helping its clients find work related to their field of expertise (even without previous Canadian work experience). After landing in Canada, you will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a fully qualified Belink Legal Sercive INC. counselor who will help you formulate a plan of action with respect to your employment search.

Q. Is Belink Legal Sercive INC. authorized by or registered with the Canadian government to provide immigration services?

A. Currently, there is no regime in place to register or license immigration practitioners. Therefore, the Canadian government does not provide any type of recognition to certify consultants or lawyers as authorized to act as immigration representatives. It is very important to assess the credentials of a firm or individual before hiring them to handle your immigration case. One important fact to determine is whether or not your designated representatives are Canadian citizens or permanent residents. If not, your representative may not be able to gain access to your immigration file.

Belink Legal Sercive INC. has many qualified immigration practitioners on staff including former Canadian immigration officers, a member of the Law Society of British Columbia, a director of the College of Immigration Practitioners of Canada, and consultants with many years of experience. As well, many of Belink Legal Sercive INC.'s senior staff are licensed or registered members of the Association of Immigration Counsel of Canada. Belink Legal Sercive INC. is also a member of the Better Business Bureau of Mainland British Columbia.

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