LET OVERSEAS IMMIGRATION HELP YOU FIND NEW LIFE ABROAD WITH YOUR FAMILY
For all the right reasons, overseas migration has become a phenomenon that is redefining world culture and the demographic richness of world countries. More and more people are willing to move from their home country to countries they are convinced provide better opportunities to study, work, and settle down for the rest of their lives.
Even if different people around the world have different reasons to opt for overseas immigration, it’s true that the benefits of immigration outweigh its limitations. In a foreign country of your choice, you are most likely to find opportunities to learn new languages, imbibe multiple cultures, meet new people, explore a world-class lifestyle and develop a career like nowhere else.
SO, WHY IMMIGRATE OVERSEAS?
Here are a few of those popular reasons people settle overseas for:
- Better salary and better job prospects
- A more stable political environment
- Better education and healthcare
- The opportunity to bring more family members abroad
- Greater living standard
- Exploring vibrant cities that feature a multicultural population
- Better life possible for children
GET AN EVALUATION
Since immigration is a very technical process, you will need expert guides and counselors like us to succeed. Our experts can evaluate and analyze your profile to enable you to make a decision that’s well-informed.
Your Eligibility Evaluation report contains:
- Occupation profile
- Country profile
- Estimate of cost and time
OUR IMMIGRATION PROCESS
We deliver full service as well as visa processing that covers:
- Document checklist
- Guidance on obtaining the police clearance certificate as required
- Preparation for visa interview (if needed)
- Relocation orientation
- Complete application processing & migration processing
- Assistance with medicals for migration
- Coaching in English (IELTS/PTE)
- Assistance for job search
- Forms, documentation & filing petition
- Updates and follow-up with the embassy
- Assistance for accommodation
Who is eligible to migrate?
The following are the general criteria for applicants who are welcomed by countries the world over:
- Individuals with a bachelor’s degree or higher qualification
- Skilled workers with a minimum experience of 3 years
- Individuals who are sufficiently proficient in English, their proficiency being proven through internationally recognized language tests like IELTS and TOEFL.
- Individuals who have blood relatives already living in the country they are migrating to.
- Skilled workers with a job offer from an employer in the country to where they are migrating.
Which is the easiest country to immigrate to?
The following are the countries where it’s easiest to migrate to:
- United Arab Emirates
Which countries have the most immigrants?
- The US – 46,627,102
- Saudi Arabia 10,185,945
- Canada – 7,835,502
- Spain – 5,947,106
- Germany – 12,005,690
- The UK – 8,543,120
- Australia – 7,787,057
- Russia – 11,643,276
- The UAE – 8,095,126
- France – 7,784,418
What are the documents I must have to migrate?
The following are some of the documents that are important for the PR process:
- Document of identity
- Document of qualification
- Proof of experience
- proof of income
- Proof of taxation
- Proof of funds settled
Different countries stipulate specific documentation during the PR process. Few countries need Police Clearance Certificates (PCC). In some cases, applicants may even have to undergo health examinations
What are the fund requirements for migration?
The funds and fund balances required for immigration depends on:
- the country you want to migrate to
- the type of visa you are applying for
There are countries that don’t need you to show settlement funds compulsorily. Then there are countries that think the other way. The countries that do want to be sure that you are capable of meeting your own living expenses without depending on government funds.
Having fund balances is a basic requirement for some countries where the type of visa
- is specific to the state or region, or
- is being sponsored by the state or region.
What other information should I give in my application for migration?
- Basic demographic information
- Information on qualifications
- Information on work experience
- Information on English language test scores
- Residence information in any other country
- Information on dependents
- Information on relatives/friends staying in the new country
- Character and health information
Can I apply for migration from within the country I want to migrate to for my permanent residence or must I be abroad while applying?
Most countries have changed the old rule that stipulated applicants to move out of the country once their PR application is approved to re-enter and complete the process.
Currently, they are simply making the changes to the visa type of the applicants while they are present in that country adhering to PR guidelines.
Must I deposit my passport with the embassy?
Countries like Australia don’t ask you to deposit your passport with the embassy. However, there are countries that require you to do that. It depends on the country you want to migrate to and the type of visa you are applying for.
Is a visa interview real? What questions should I expect?
Not every country or visa type requires you to give a visa interview. An interview is an attempt to understand the purpose of your migration. The interview will also help authorities understand whether your intentions to migrate are genuine. They make sure you are meeting the requirements for migration. They will also ensure that you will be able to survive in the country you are migrating to without any kind of assistance.
How much will migration cost me?
The country you are trying to migrate to and the type of visa you applying for will decide the costs involved. You will have to meet the following expenses generally:
- visa fee (payable in the currency of your migrating country)
- migration agent fee
- courier charges
- notary charges
- nomination and other authorities fees
- English language test charges
In few cases like an application for Parent Migration, you may be asked to pay a security deposit. This is as a part of the assurance of support.
How much time does migration take?
For sure, the time taken for the migration process depends on the country you are migrating to. Nowadays, the element of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic also play a part in the process.
The duration of the migration process also depends upon the way you plan your migration. Your willingness to work in a proactive manner to create favorable conditions also matters. This includes how much in advance are you preparing the documentation as well as other aspects involved in the process.
The type of visa you apply for will also determine the time taken for migration.
Can I take my family with me if I hold a PR visa? Who all can I take along?
Many countries let you include your spouse and children in your PR visa application. Few countries might even permit your parents also. It’s widely seen that once the main applicant migrates on a PR visa that person can sponsor close relatives with the eligibility to migrate. Parents are among the relatives such individuals can sponsor.
Is it possible for my spouse also to work in the new country?
Check if the country you are migrating to issues the same type of visa as you are offered to all your dependents including your spouse who is included in the PR application. In that case, the spouse will enjoy the same rights as applicable to the main applicant. You as the applicant must check this before you start the process.
Can I take my pets my pets along when I migrate?
There are countries that allow you to bring pets, viz. The UK, Canada, and Australia. This facility will need you to pay an extra cost. The pets must be vaccinated.
In some countries, pets are not allowed to come directly. They must stay for a few days or months in defined countries. Once the pets meet the standards prescribed, those countries will permit the pets inside their borders for testing. Then, in time, the pets are allowed to their owners.
Is a medical test necessary?
A medical examination is mandatory in many countries before a PR visa is issued. It comes normally as a part of the examination process. The purpose is to check whether the applicant is free from contagious diseases. The test also ensures that:
- the applicant is in good health
- the applicant has neither any need for assistance nor will depend upon the government
- the applicant won’t depend upon the country’s healthcare system
In the new country, how am I to find a job?
Here are some facts in this context:
- Applicants with a PR visa will surely have an advantage as employers prefer them
- International job sites like jobs.y-axis.com will help you post your profiles and contact prospective employers
- It’s advisable to be employed before you enter the new country. This will improve your position when it comes to getting a job there.
- The applicant can approach job search services provided by organizations like Y-Axis.
When should I arrive in the new country once my PR application gets approved?
Many countries advise applicants to make their first entry before their character and health certificates that are submitted in the PR process expires. Countries like Australia grant the initial entry date before which all the applicants included in the visa should make their first entry.
What's a Police Clearance Certificate (PCC)?
A PCC is a necessary document for immigration issued in some countries to passport-holders when they apply for residential status, immigration, a long-term visa, or employment.
People traveling abroad on a Visit or Tourist visa have no need for a PCC.
Which are the countries where PCC is mandatory for migration?
The USA, the UK, and Australia are among the countries where you will have to submit your PCC if you want to migrate to these countries. You don’t need a PCC for a Tourist visa.
Who all of my family members can I take along with me while migrating if I have a PR visa?
Many countries permit spouses and children to be included in the application for a PR visa submitted by the main applicant. Some countries might also permit parents of the main applicant. Many countries permit the PR visa holder to sponsor close relatives with eligibility to migrate. This is possible after that PR visa holder migrates on a PR visa.
Is it allowed for me to study or work anywhere in the new country after I get my PR visa?
This depends on the visa type an applicant is going to migrate on. Few types of PR visas will not allow the applicant to work in the new country. These visas will stipulate a particular state or region for the visa holder to live and study for the first 2 to 3 years.
However, most countries issue PR visas that permit an applicant to work or study at any location in the new country.
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