Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that immigration can be a sensitive and stressful process. If you are looking at getting your doubts cleared about some common issues, the following points might be of some help.
At Globus, we have a 4 stage application process. Initially we gather all relevant documents to conduct a comprehensive assessment for your eligibility. Once we complete your assessment we draw a strategic plan for your goals. We initiate the process of your application and prepare your application package to be submitted to IRCC. At Globus, we work efficiently to achieve your goals. If you wish to get started please contact us.
The initial consultation is a no obligation meeting wherein we review your case and do a thorough assessment of your eligibility for various immigration options. The consultation meeting is an opportunity to explore your possibilities and clarify your doubts.
Immigration applications can be complex and need thorough review of documents. We are proud to have seamless interactions with clients which gives us an excellent turnaround time of 24-48 hours filing once all the documents are provided by the client.
Immigration decisions cannot be guaranteed by anyone as they are made at the sole discretion of the officer reviewing the case file. We can only provide assurance of dedicated efforts to represent your case appropriately.
Yes, if your application has been refused, there has to be a reason behind the refusal. We can apply for your immigration file review to be released by Immigration through ATIP Request to understand your reasons for refusal and reapply.
Your family members can accompany you to Canada. If you are on a study permit your spouse may be eligible for a spousal open work permit and your dependent child may be eligible to get a study permit. If you are coming to Canada on a work permit your family member may be eligible to get an open work permit and/or study permit.
Any fees paid as professional fees to us is paid for the services not the outcome. Any government fees paid as part of the application is charged against the processing fee and is not refundable as well. The only fee that is refundable is in case your application for PR is rejected, your Landing fee is refunded to you.
You can make a payment for our services through wire transfer, cheque or etransfer. Information regarding payment methods is provided to you on the retainer agreement signed at the time of signing the agreement.
Immigration matters are dealt within the strict purview of client confidentiality. Hence, we can only work with the client availing our services. However, if the client would like to appoint a designated person to act on their behalf, they have to provide us with a duly filled designated person form.
We work with clients from around the globe. Hence, we can provide assistance to our clients even if they are not in Canada. Client communication is done through phones, emails and web based face to face meetings to ensure client satisfaction.
An Educational credential assessment (ECA) is used to verify that your foreign degree, diploma, or certificate (or other proof of your credential) is valid and equal to a Canadian one. If you are applying for Canadian Immigration, you will need to get an ECA for immigration purposes. There are various organisations that can do the Educational Credential Assessment. Contact our office for the latest information and list of organisations.
Immigration Canada lays emphasis on new immigrants being able to communicate in English or French. Hence, language proficiency plays an important factor in calculating your points on the Comprehensive Ranking System or even on any provincial nominations. Depending on the immigration category you choose to apply under, you will be expected to meet the language proficiency requirement for that program.
Canadian Citizenship is highly prized and most people relinquish the citizenship of their home country when obtaining Canadian Citizenship. However, if your home country allows, you can apply for Dual Citizenship and get the benefits of both worlds.
Biometrics are now required from designated countries on the list requiring Biometrics for applying for any visa for Canada. Biometrics are required to ensure fingerprints and retinal scans help immigration Canada to ensure inadmissible people can be identified as well as confirming the travellers identity.