Permanent Residency (PR)

Permanent Residency (PR)

Immigration is the international movement of people into a destination country from their native country in order to settle or reside there, especially as permanent residents or naturalized citizens, or to take-up employment as a migrant worker or temporarily as a foreign worker When people cross national borders during their migration, they are called migrants Immigrants leave their native countries for a variety of reasons, eg desire for economic prosperity, to find or engage in paid work, to better their standard of living, family reunification, retirement, climate or environmentally induced migration, or simply the wish to change one’s quality of life.

We deal with a comprehensive range of Canadian and Australian immigration solutions including business visitor visa, permanent residency, family immigration and a lot more. We prepare, review and submit all the necessary documents, along with the application for our clients.

We provide personal counseling to understand what the client requires from us, and what solutions can be tailored to fit the client’s needs. This helps us in planning your immigration strategies. Our lawyers will make sure you reach your destination in a quick, efficient and cost-effective manner.

Express Entry Canada

Express Entry Canada

Submission of the profile

  • Prospective candidates will have to submit an Express Entry profile online.
  • The candidates who qualify within the criteria of one of the immigration programs will become a part of the Express Entry pool.
  • Applicants will be analyzed using a skills based ranking system that will judge.
  • Education
  • Language proficiency
  • Work experience
  • Other things that may help them contribute to the country
  • During this step, skills will be self-declared on the basis of the test results
  • Candidates will also have to promote themselves
  • They will required to make their presence felt in the Express Entry pool by staying in touch with recruiting companies, being part of on job boards, take part in job fairs, and contact Canadian employers directly
  • Registering with Job Bank is also a prerequisite

Express Entry Pool

  • Every candidate in the Express Entry pool will be allocated a score as per their education, skills, and experience.
  • Once one year completes, the candidate will be requested to resubmit their profile.
  • Also, applicants can change or update their profiles during any time if the circumstances change.
  • Applicants in the pool will be given a ranking against others according to their score
  • Citizenship and Immigration Canada will pull those applicants that are ranked highest at a particular time from the Express Entry pool

ITA or Invitation to Apply

  • Job Offers
  • Applicants with a provincial/territorial nomination or job offer will be offered additional points to make sure they are taken from the pool
  • They will be given an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for a PR in Canada
  • Interested candidates will have approximately 2 months to submit their detailed electronic application for PR
  • Once applied, CIC will validate the eligibility and admissibility criteria of the candidate
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Skilled Occupations List (SOL)

You must nominate an occupation from the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) if you are applying for an Independent or Family Sponsored Points Tested visa or Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) – Graduate Work Stream.

Applicants who require a skills assessment as part of their visa application must contact a relevant assessing authority directly to obtain a skill assessment. The assessing authority will provide all necessary applications forms and associated information relating to the assessment.

Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List

You must nominate an occupation from the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL) if you are nominated by a State or Territory Government, a direct entry stream Employer Nomination Scheme visa, a Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) or a Training and Research Visa (Subclass 402).

Applicants who require a skills assessment as part of their visa application must contact a relevant assessing authority directly to obtain a skills assessment. The assessing authority will provide all necessary applications forms and associated information relating to the assessment.

There will be a charge by the assessing authorities for the assessment. N terms of Australian immigration programs, the government of Australia has introduced various programs in order to increase the inflow of skilled workers from different parts of the world. Due to improved relationship with India, the government of Australia has been kind enough to provide large number of visas under this scheme.

As your immigration agents and having so much experience in this field, we provide you information about all the ways to achieve your dream and get into the country of your dream. Under this particular sub class of immigration, a person needs to have the following distinctions:

  • He/ She must be invited by any authority or an employer to apply
  • Should be less than 50 years of age
  • The applicant should nominate an occupation that matches their skills and qualifications and is on the relevant skilled occupation list
  • The skills will be assessed by relevant assessment authority
  • The applicant must be fluent in English
  • Must score minimum 60 marks in the test
  • The character and health requirements must be of prescribed limits

This is a point based skilled worker program for applicants who are not sponsored by any employer. This kind of visa holder has the distinct facility of living and working permanently in any part of Australia. The applicant can bring along with him, any member of his family, if the government approves. However, not many agents would suggest you this program because there are number of statutory requirements which have to be fulfilled for this particular sub class. We as your agent will assure that you have all required documents and prepare you well for the tests and other statutory requirements of the Australian government for this visa.

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One of the main goals of Canadian immigration is to welcome skilled newcomers who will contribute to Canada’s growing economy. Skilled workers who settle in Canada on a permanent basis are especially valuable to Canada’s economy and the strength of its workforce.

Successful applicants of the Skilled Worker Immigration programs will receive a Canadian Immigration (permanent resident) Visa, allowing the applicant to immigrate to Canada with his or her family. Canada’s 2017 Immigration Plan

Canada will welcome an increased number of immigrants through skilled worker programs in 2017.

As a skilled worker or professional, you have several options to consider. For example, you can either apply under Canada’s Federal Skilled Worker Class. In addition, if you know in which province or territory you plan to reside, you may be able to submit an application through one of the provincial nominee programs. Below, you will find a list of those programs for you to explore. We also encourage you to start your free assessment.

  • Federal Skilled Worker
  • This program is for individuals with certain work experience who intend to reside in any province or territory outside of the province of Quebec.

  • Quebec Skilled Worker:
  • Applicants who plan to immigrate to the province of Quebec may be eligible to submit an application through this program.

  • Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs):
  • Most provinces and territories have created their own skilled worker programs for those intending to live and work in their particular province or territory. These are fast-track Canadian immigration programs that allow candidates to receive a provincial nomination certificate. In most cases, a nomination certificate will allow candidates to immigrate more quickly than through other Canadian immigration programs.

Many Canadian employers are actively seeking foreign skilled workers to join their workforce as quickly as possible. If you can obtain a job offer from a Canadian employer, you may also qualify for fast-track Canadian immigration application processing.

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New Zealand

One of the most developed countries in the world and migrants from all around the world want to become residents of NZ, to live there permanently. In order to obtain a PR Visa of New Zealand, an applicant must hold a Resident Visa for a minimum period of uninterrupted 2 years.

Resident Visa

To live in New Zealand on a permanent basis one must initially hold a Resident Visa. If one has this visa one can live, study and work in NZ for an indefinite period of time. Holding a resident visa, you can travel to and from New Zealand for a specific period of 2 years. After the end of the two years, you have to apply for a Permanent Resident Visa for New Zealand. PR visa will allow you to travel in and out NZ, for an unlimited period of time.

So the way to a NZ PR Visa is always lead through a 2 years Resident Visa. Below mentioned are the types of Resident Visas available at present:

Skilled Migrant Visa

If you possess the required skills, qualifications, and work experience that the New Zealand government is looking for to increase its economy, and fulfill the shortage in its labour market then you can apply for a Work Permit under the Skilled Migration Category (SMC), to work and stay in NZ permanently.

Migrants eligible to apply for visas under SMC must fulfill the following criteria:

The Skilled Migrant Category is a points system based on factors such as age, work experience, your qualifications, and an offer of skilled employment. One must also be aged 55 or under, and meet English language, health, and character requirements.

  • Self assessment-Check you meet the requirements and calculate your points
  • Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI)
  • Receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA)-If you have 160 points or more you’ll be selected from the EOI pool and be sent an ITA
  • Submit a resident application-Submit your resident application within six months .
  • Receive your visa-If successful, you’ll be issued either a resident visa or job search visa

Common mistakes

Skilled Migrant Category applicants often make these mistakes that result in fewer points being recognized:

  • Qualifications not recognized
  • If you’re claiming points for your qualifications they need to either be on the List of Qualifications Exempt from Assessment or have been assessed by NZQA.

  • Work experience not comparable
  • If you’re claiming points for work experience it must be in the same field as your qualification and job/job offer. If you don’t have a job or job offer then this experience also needs to be in a comparable labour market, in an occupation on the Long Term Skill Shortage List or for a multinational company.

  • Bonus point requirements not met
  • To claim qualification and work experience bonus points you need to meet the strict requirements outlined on the Long Term Skill Shortage List.

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