O nce the decision is made on a particular program, the preparation of an application begins. The work is meticulous, covering. all legal angles of an application. Documents are reviewed and checked if acceptable in the eyes of immigration officers. The data must be complete, the documentation needs to be professionally presented and the client information must be correct. Any mistake can derail the application. All documentation needs to be translated into one of the two official languages in Canada, English or French. Relevant documents will vary according to the case and they need to be legitimate. The types of documents you will need are in general, birth certificates, marriage certificates, degrees, transcripts, medical reports, divorce certificates, police certificates, statutory declarations, and many more.
Once we are satisfied that the application has merit, is correct and described in the most accurate way, the application is submitted for review and approval of an immigration officer. And that is not the end.