Immigrating to another country can be quite a challenge. However it can also be a relatively easy process depending on a lot of factors. If you are looking at moving to Canada, considering the option of a permanent residence visa under the skilled worker category might be the best option for you. Of course as the category suggest, you would need to fall into a section of the skilled worker category. There is plenty of easily available information for you to position yourself and see where you could fit in. Once you have made the decision to migrate her are the two options that are open for you to explore. Whichever one you decide to take should get you your Canadian visa if all your documents are in place.
Option 1: Hiring a representative or a consultant
If you can afford an immigration representative or a consultant, this would be the best way to go. Immigration consultants know the ins and outs of immigrations laws and the documents that you are required to provide. They will also be able to advise you on the category of skilled labour that you can apply for a visa under. According to the laws of the Canadian government, a paid immigration consultant is one that is approved by the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants. There are websites that will help you check the credibility of your immigration consultant before you get started.
All immigration consultants will charge you a fee for their services. This fee is not to be confused with the official immigration fee that you have to pay the Canadian government.
Option 2: The DIY (do it yourself) option
The second option available for you to explore is to actually do the whole thing yourself. This way you will actually save a lot of money, as the fee that most of the immigration consultants take is two to three times that of the fee that you are required to pay the Government of Canada. However, unless you know exactly what you are doing, this would not be a wise idea as you will have to spend a lot more time researching information and getting your documents into the order that they need to be in.
Ronie Smith is an eminent analyst and writer which is writing about: Two options for getting yourself a Canadian Visa.