Which are the two Best immigration destinations in the World to apply for a temporary or permanent residence visa in 2018? Let’s take a look at some parameters that makes these countries the best immigrants options to consider.
Presently, two (2) countries are still being ranked as the most immigrant-friendly countries in the world by millions of immigrants across the globe. These two countries are Canada and Australia.
In the last couple of years, a negative trend against immigration has really forced people to a ponder and rethink about their immigration goals.
Thus, the one question that clearly comes in the mind of every immigrant is, which country is still the best for immigration? Which country should I plan to move under the current immigration scenario?
Now, let’s take a look as to which two countries are still the best immigrants options to consider for all immigrants or aspirants.
Canada and Australia- The two best Immigration Destinations in the world
Both Australia and Canada offer almost the same career options, social security benefits, infrastructure, livable cities, education system, and living standards to the immigrants from different parts of the world. There are a few distinct qualities in both these countries, which make them the most preferred of immigrants.
When other advanced nations like the USA and UK are controlling the numbers of immigrants into their countries, Canada and Australia are still inviting and accepting foreign migrants in large numbers. Canada, in particular, has an immigration target of over 300,000 for the last two years.
Both Countries have almost the same or identical point-based immigration system and they both adopt online and paper-based applications.
Also, Australia and Canada both have more than one immigration program or visa category to allow immigrants into their countries. The organized immigration system in the two countries completes the immigration process quicker and allow them permanent residency visa as well.
But on the other way round, many advanced countries have tougher immigration rules and procedures which makes the immigration application process more difficult.
There is a high level of diversity in cultures in both countries. Hence it allows the immigrants in the country without doing any discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion, background, or nationality. This is the reason why a huge part of their population some way or other has an immigration background.
How To Obtain Permanent Residency In Canada
In order to start the process of getting a permanent resident visa, contact the nearest high commission, consulate, or an embassy of Canada. At the basic level, getting a permanent resident visa requires the applicant to:
- Provide a criminal record and medical certificate
- Fill in and submit a permanent resident visa application form
- Pay the required application fee
- Attend interviews with visa representatives
Furthermore, and depending on the category and nature of your application, the following may be required:
- Originals, copies and official translations of documents that support the application including diplomas, and certificates, educational degrees, personal identification documents and/or sponsor letters and other relevant information
- Enough funds to support your stay in Canada
- Skills assessment test
- Proof of refugee status
- Language test(s) results
- Additional fees
- Other documentation or tests
Fees For Permanent Residency
Currently, the fees relating to the permanent resident visa are as follows (as of 2019):
Family Class applicants:
- Sponsorship application ($75 per application)
- Principal applicant ($475)
- Principal applicant, if less than Nineteen (19) years of age and not a spouse or common-law partner ($75 including a dependent child of the sponsor, an adopted child and an orphaned brother, sister, nephew niece, or grandchild)
- A family member of the principal applicant who is Nineteen (19) years of age or older, or is less than Nineteen (19) years of age and is a spouse or common-law partner ($550)
- A family member of the principal applicant who is less than Nineteen (19) years of age and is not a common-law partner or spouse ($150)
Please Note: Fees assessed for family members or principal applicants under the Family Class are payable, along with the sponsorship fee, when the sponsor submits the sponsorship application.Share with friends