Five Ways To Make Your Immigration Application Great

Immigration is a complicated process, whether you’re immigrating to Canada or the United States. A large part of the process of immigration anywhere is your immigration application package. While not the only component of the process, it is definitely an important part of it. Make sure that your immigration application is filled out properly. Make Your Immigration Application Stand Out

How to fill out your immigration application properly

Tip 1: Make sure you have obtained all of the required application forms and document checklists for your application before you begin, and that you have also read and understand them all. It’s best to ensure you are prepared in advance than to be stuck on something later.

Tip 2: If there is something on the supporting document checklist that you are unable to obtain or include in your application package, you need to tell the visa officer processing your case that fact. Just the same as a job application, create a cover letter that explains why something is missing.

Tip 3: Just as you can’t leave a document out, you also can’t leave blank spaces on your application forms. But there still may be cases where a field doesn’t apply to you. If this happens to you, just write “N/A” in the empty space.

Tip 4: When you submit your application, photocopy everything. This includes photocopying the courier slip you use to submit your application to serve as proof of when it was sent and how it was sent.

Tip 5: Make sure that a licensed immigration lawyer who has experience with your type of immigration application reviews your application before submission. This could even be the difference between approval or denial of your application, because they will be able to spot errors or things that you miss.

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