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No. An application is never processed faster regardless if you are represented by a consultant, lawyer, or if you are doing it on your own. Though, the help of an Immigration Consultant can help you avoid errors or omissions which can cause significant, and sometimes costly, delays.
Both Visas subclass are PR but the holder of 190 must live and work in the state which has nominated their occupation for the first two years upon arrival. You will then be free to move to a different part of Australia
This is calculated from the date of your approval and is from the date of your completed final medical, you normally have 1 year from this point to make entry. However, after the medical you will still need to allow for time for the visa stamping at your nearest consulate office and therefore this maybe a further 3-6 months.
You will generally be left with 6 to 12 months to land in Australia. The exception is for temporary visas, such as work visas, in which case you may only have a number of months to enter the country which will be stated in the visa validity on the stamp in your passport.
Yes, your level of English will gain you points for your visa application. It is a requirement to take a standardized language test in English regardless of your country of nationality.
You will be given points based on your ability to:
The Canadian National Occupational Classification is a list issued by the Canadian government which details all the various occupations, their classification codes, their respective skill levels. From this list qualifying occupations each year are determined for the Federal Skilled Worker Program.
You can include all your dependents and these include your married spouse or unmarried partner (providing you have been cohabiting for at least 12 months), all children under the age of 21 can also be included.
Permanent residency means you are allowed to reside indefinitely within a country and that mean you will be eligible to apply for citizenship after a qualified period of time.
Resident visa means you are allowed to live and work in the country however this may be valid only for a specified period of time usually 24 months.
Yes anybody can apply no restrictions on the nationality of applicant.
Before we take your case on we will guide you to qualify for a skilled worker visa based on your age, qualifications, occupation, work experience and English language ability.
TEF (Test d’Evaluation de Françs) is an exam conducted by the CCIP (Chamber of Commerce and Industries of Paris) which tests the candidate’s proficiency in the French language. This test is also for individuals who are required to prove their level in French in order to work. It is obligatory for every person who wishes to go to Canada either to work or study. The TEF test is made up of four parts: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. You will be given points for skilled immigration to Canada based on your results on the TEF with different bands scoring you different points.
Yes, your level of English and/or French will gain you points for your visa application. It is a requirement to take a standardized language test in either French or English regardless of your country of nationality. Every applicant is required to take an English or French test even if English or French is your first language.
You must take a language test from an agency designated by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) before starting the immigration process. You will be awarded up to 24 points for your basic, moderate or high proficiency level in English and French. You will be given points based on your ability.
This is hard to say. Not everyone is interviewed. The interviews are used to assess the truthfulness of information and documents provided and might be used to answer any questions or confirm any outstanding points the assessing caseworker may have.
This is required from all applicants 18 years or older and this required from each country the applicant has lived in since the age of 18 for more than 6 months. Each country has different procedures in which to obtain a police clearance certificate. It is recommended that you contact the police department in each country direct where you have lived for more than 6 months since the age of 18 to find out the local procedure.
Every case is judged individually and your full medical history will be considered. But if your disease or disorder will is serious and will put the Canadian people at risk or cause an excessive burden on healthcare or social services, then it is likely that you will not be able to receive a visa.
Medical examinations are valid for 1 year from the date of the examination.