Express Entry Permanent Residency File Review

$750.00

Our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant will provide a written review of your permanent residency application before your submission to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

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Product Description

You will be required to share screen shots of all of your completed application forms and your supporting documents. You will be provided with your written report within 7 working days advising you of any mistakes in the application forms, the quality of the supporting documents and advice regarding what you can do to strengthen your application, and let you know if you are missing any documentation.

Video Transcript:
My name is Deanne Acres, and I’m the regulated Canadian immigration consultant for Canada Abroad, let’s talk about our express entry permanent residency file review.

This is a service whereby we review your entire application once you have received an invitation to apply for permanent residency. This would not be a service for those who have only submitted their profile and have not yet been selected for permanent residency. To be clear, you can only use this service if you have received an invitation to apply, and if you have done all of the online application forms and you have them and your supporting documents ready for review.

How this works is, you send these documents to us and we review all the application forms and all of your supporting documents – to ensure that the information is correct – before you submit your application for permanent residency through the express entry system. We will also provide you with the written report that points out any flaws, and we will advise you if any of your documents are not appropriate, whether it be that they are missing information, they are the incorrect versions, or perhaps they are certified where they’re not supposed to be certified.

This review is for those who have received an invitation to apply, are ready to submit their permanent residency application, and want to have it reviewed to ensure that all of the information is correct before submitting it to the Canadian government.