An immigration process is more than just filling out forms. The interpretation and application of the law is a very important ability that is acquired throughout the years and with the corresponding studies.
It is unknown to many applicants that even when they are living in Canada, they can apply overseas and benefit from the shorter processing times offered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. But either if applying within or outside Canada, there are legal ways to prepare a successful application and to have an application to be processed in the smoothest possible way.
It is common to hear that if you are applying for permanent residence you are not allowed to leave Canada at any time. This is not entirely true.
Some applications for sponsorship of family members to immigrate to Canada request to submit an “Option C”. Clients frequently ask whether they can submit a Notice of Assessment instead. Depending on the case sometimes is better to submit the Option C even if it takes a little bit longer to obtain than the Notice of Assessment from the previous year.
On March 2nd, 2012 the Government of Canada approved a new measure in order to avoid marriage fraud. According to the statistics, a lot of people use this category to gain an easy entrance into Canada.