Canada–also known as the Maple Leaf Country–boasts of more than 60 visa & immigration schemes, each with its own exclusive set of conditions. Immigration Canada leaves no stones unturned to generate plans with prerequisites which are unambiguous. Nonetheless, not a single year passes when a large number of submissions are not sent back or dismissed, thanks to some mistakes made by aspirants.
These are frequently made unintentionally by the aspirants. At times, errors may be rectified and a submission represented. At other times, an error may prove costly and lead to severe consequences, and perhaps even mean the end of the road for the aspirant.
Here under are some common errors which candidates for permanent residency (PR), provisional work, & even visitor permits ought to be on their guard against.
Sorry to say for aspirants, several charlatans are out there in the market masquerading as immigration & visa agents, when the truth is that they lack the authority to represent people. These fake agents are not answerable to the administration or/and a professional body, even as they will time and again request huge amounts of money for their services.