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This is the most important stage and the one in which there are usually delays on the part of the client. To avoid delays in your process, and additional charges, it is of utmost importance to comply with the established dates of delivery of documentation.
At GSC we strive to prepare your application in a flawless manner. It is imperative that the supporting documentation meets all required specifications. To avoid delays and additional charges, you must follow your consultant's instructions.
The timing of your process and the speed with which we move forward depends on you. We work hard to move forward as quickly as possible, however, we cannot move forward if we do not have the necessary information and documentation in a timely manner.
It is our expectation that you will be in constant communication with your advisor throughout the entire process. Your advisor will take you by the hand from start to finish. In case of any unforeseen event that affects your process, you must communicate it to your advisor via email.
Our commitment is to help you achieve your dream of reaching Canada, however, in some cases, situations beyond our control may arise that we cannot control. Our recommendation is to keep a positive mind and follow our guidance.
The process of migrating to Canada is not easy, fast or cheap. In fact, it is quite the opposite. For this reason it is very important to maintain patience, control anxiety and follow the instructions of our team to avoid setbacks.
Although it is important to focus on the goal of arriving in Canada, you should not forget to enjoy your process. Your process will take anywhere from several weeks to months and therefore it is important that you enjoy every step of the way. Immigration to an unknown country is an important process that will impact your life and that of your family. That is why we invite you to enjoy your process and prepare as much as possible before you arrive.
Planning to visit Canada?
This option is if you wish to come to Canada by way of study.
When you have a job offer (supported by a LMIA or exempt from LMIA)
When you qualify for a permanent residency program (Express Entry, Provincial Nomination or some other program).