FAQs

Thinking about immigration? Chances are that you’re making a life changing decision that could last until the expiry date on your work permit or a permanent move to Canada.

Often people will do a quick web search engine query to find information about how to come to Canada. You’ll be linked to pages of sites, videos, blogs and forums to start the process. The truth is that information is accessible, but what to do with it is not.

Here are some questions that our Immigration Professionals have been asked to help you determine what the right course action is for you:

Why do I need to hire someone to help?

For obvious reasons, this is a popular question. Canadian immigration is moving online with a do-it-yourself attitude. But, this also means that you are often relying on third party information hoping that it applies to your specific situation. The Immigration practioner assess each potential client to setup plans of action that both parties understand. Immigration cases are divided into manageable tasks, which helps alleviate the anxiety that comes with life changing submissions.

How much are your fees?

Not every case is the same, the Immigration practioners fees take into account your immigration goal and the complexity of the case in a cost effective manner. Remember, our goal is to make the process simple and affordable!

Who will I be working with?

A qualified immigration practioner and their team are assigned to your case to help obtain necessary information and documentation from you. The Immigration practioners have navigated interactions with thousands of clients and have ensured that personal touch with every case.

How do I know what you need?

Clients are provided with case specific and personal instructions of what documents are needed to complete their case. The Immigration practioners also work with clients to answer their questions and help develop solutions when they encounter issues obtaining or translating documents.

How do we complete the process while I am overseas?

We have helped individuals from over 35 countries, and we utilize a variety of technologies to see you, speak to you and make you feel comfortable. We will send you detailed instructions of how to complete the signing of documents, where to go to get documents and whatever else is necessary so that the process is also cost effective and stress free.

My friend said….can I do that?

This is another popular question. Immigration issues come up everyday and you’re often talking to someone in the same or similar situation to assess how you should move forward. Remember, it is up to you as the applicant to provide all the necessary information and documentary evidence to show you meet program criteria. Just because something worked for your friend does not mean it will work for you. The process for the Immigration practioner starts off with a personal assessment of your particular situation. The Immigration practioner will then put together your options and let you decide what makes sense for you. Our Immigration practioners will provide recommendations to make your case stand out among the others or possible solutions for your unique issues.

I already made my case submission by myself and now I need help, what do I do?

The first thing we ask is, what is your time limit? Often, when you have made a submission on your own you have a very short time limit to respond to a request from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). If you fail to respond or do not provide the correct documents, then your case may be rejected. My Visa Source Immigration practioners have worked to help clients deal with those tight deadlines to meet requests from IRCC. Although the outcome may be successful, why take that chance? Remember, information is accessible to “do-it-yourself”, but what to do with it is not.