How to Fill Out Immigration Forms for Vancouver in 2012


Tips for filling out immigration forms

Immigration forms can be tricky! We’ve put together a list of tips that we know will make your immigration application have the best chance of success when being processed. After all, even a small mistake on your immigration forms can end up costing you your chance to be accepted, or cause a serious delay with the processing of your application.

1. Fill out the immigration forms completely and accurately. Don’t skip any spaces, and follow all of the instructions when filling out your forms.

2. Gather all of the appropriate supporting documents for your application. Do not forget any of the documents needed, and ensure that you follow the instructions and specifications for these documents exactly.

3. If you are missing a document or other bit of information and cannot include it in your immigration application package, create a cover letter for your application that explains why.

4. Photocopy all of your immigration application paperwork, from supporting documents to the application itself and even including the packing slip if you courier your application.

Do I need a lawyer to help me fill out immigration forms?

there is no legal requirement to hire an immigration lawyer to help you with your immigration application for Canada or the United States. However, having a professional review your immigration application can make a huge difference. Just consider that it might be your first time ever filling out immigration forms, while we’ve worked with thousands of immigration applications in the 15 years we’ve been helping people immigrate to Canada and the United States.

We know how immigration applications are supposed to be filled out and can help you avoid mistakes. We will also know what type of supporting documentation is required with your immigration forms and ensure everything is in order.

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