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Why Retain Us

If you need an immigration consultant or lawyer to apply for immigration to Canada for better rate of success, it is advisable to use the service of a Professional Immigration Practitioner for applying for the permanent residence status for Canada because they can help you with more professional approach then any one can.

 

Using our knowledge and expertise, Tirupati Immigration will choose the most appropriate and least expensive immigration category for our clients, consistent with their desires and intentions. We monitor the processing stages of each case to ensure the fastest processing time. Upon receipt of the visas, clients are counseled one more time to ensure full understanding of any terms and conditions placed on their visas, time limitations and landing procedures. In the unlikely event that an application is refused, we provide a Money Back Guarantee. We operate with the highest standards of integrity and, confidentiality is assured to all of our clients. We are happy to assist you for Immigration to Canada .Our services and fee structures are very competitive. Our policy is “NO VISA NO FEES”.

 

At TIRUPATI IMMIGRATION, we understand, Immigration and obtaining your Visa is critical to any plans to Immigrate. Living and working in a new country is a big undertaking but without the correct Visa none of your plans can come true. Selecting your Immigration consultant is one of the most important decisions you may ever make. With TIRUPATI IMMIGRATION your application is in safe hands. Our dedicated team of Immigration lawyers and migration consultants can assist you at every stage of your application, from the moment you enquire to the moment you land and beyond.

 

Immigration law is in a constant state of change, that's why it's so important to choose a consultancy with its finger on the pulse. If your Visa is important to you, then TIRUPATI IMMIGRATION is your only choice.

 

The Seven Steps of the Canada Immigration Process :

 

1. Your Canadian immigration application is received/accepted.

The Canadian Immigration Visa Office will receive your application. Canadian Immigration Visa Office will forward an official Acknowledgement of Receipt (AOR) to the sender's mailing address.
Any incomplete application will be returned by Canadian Immigration Visa Office. We ensure that your application form is properly filled and correct government processing fees are included with application.
We will advise you immediately, as soon as we will receive an official Acknowledgement of Receipt (AOR) from the Canadian Immigration Visa Office indicating that your application has been received.
We will communicate with the Canadian Immigration Visa Office on your behalf if, for any reason, we do not receive an AOR in regard to your application within the expected time-frame of the Canadian Immigration Visa Office processing your application.

 

2. Request for supporting documents from the Canadian Immigration Visa Office

Approximately four months prior to the assessment of your application by a Canadian Immigration Visa Officer you will be required to submit updated information regarding your civil status (marriage/divorce/births), education and work experience as well as all documentation in support of your qualifications.
We make sure that all updated information is accurately provided to the Canadian Immigration Visa Officer in charge of assessing your application.
We will advise you immediately, as soon as we will receive an official Acknowledgement of Receipt (AOR) from the Canadian Immigration Visa Office indicating that your application has been received.We will instruct you for what documents must be submitted in support of your application to ensure that you are awarded the points that you are entitled to. Will review all of your supporting documents.

 

3. Your application is reviewed by a Canadian Immigration Visa Officer

Detailed analysis of all the information contained in the application and of all the supporting documents will be done by them and assess the application against the current selection criteria and pass mark.
We will advise you on proper documentation and satisfaction of the Canadian Immigration Visa Officer.
We will make written submissions on your behalf for the use of substituted evaluation if, for any reason, the Canadian Immigration Visa Officer is of the opinion that you do not score enough points to qualify.

 

4. Personal interview is waived or required.

A personal interview may or may not be required.

An interview may be required for following:

 

To verify work experience and/or education.

No proper and inconsistent information and/or documentation.

To ensure that information and/or documents are truthful and accurate.

To assure the security of Canadians.

We will prepare your application and submit supporting documents in a clear and concise manner.
Obtain a copy of the Canadian Immigration Visa Office’s notes about your application, if a personal interview is required. These notes will explain the reason(s) for the interview. Under the Privacy Laws of Canada, only Canadian citizens and residents can obtain notes from a Canadian Immigration Visa Office.
We will give you training and prepare you for the type of questions you can expect, if a personal interview is unavoidable.

 

5. Medical instructions are issued and police clearances are required

After a successful interview or if the interview is waived, medical instructions will be forwarded to you. You and your accompanying family members, if applicable, are required to undergo a medical examination by an approved doctor and submit police clearances to the Canadian Immigration Visa Office.
We will ensure that the Canadian Immigration Visa Office issues medical instructions to you immediately upon the notice of an interview waiver or the conclusion of a successful interview. They will provide you with a list of approved doctors in the area that you reside or near by.
Instruct you on how to obtain police clearance certificates from each country that you have resided in for more than six months since the age of eighteen.
We will advise you and communicate with the Canadian Immigration Visa Office on your behalf with respect to any medical conditions and/or criminality/security issue that may arise.

 

6. Request for your passport and right of Permanent Resident fee

After the medical results have been received by the Canadian Immigration Visa Office and security clearances have been completed, the Canadian Immigration Visa Office will request the Right of Permanent Resident Fee (RPRF) payment and your passport for the purpose of issuing a Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa.
We will follow-up with the Canadian Immigration Visa Office to ensure that your medical results have been received and that the security checks have been completed.
Instruct you on how to obtain police clearance certificates from each country that you have resided in for more than six months since the age of eighteen.

 

7. Issuance of your Canada immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa

Your Canada Immigration Visa will have an expiry date, by which time you and your accompanying family members must enter Canada.
We will verify that all of the information contained on your Canada Immigration Visa is accurate. And will communicate with the Canadian Immigration Visa Office on your behalf to correct any information on your Canada Immigration Visa that is inaccurate.
We will provide instructions and guide you well enough prior to your arrival at a Canadian port of entry.