Know the Primary Immigration Steps to Make Your Migration Successful


People emigrate for various reasons such as nice quality of life, better employment opportunities, and superior educational facilities for children, orderly polity or quieter environs depending on their individual preferences.

In fact, there are many other reasons which make people relocate, but the above-mentioned ones are the most common. To cater to this mass, a lot of immigrant consultants have sprung up all over India. Y-Axis provides end-to-end Immigration Services which go beyond Visa Services. They look for a place which might be right up your alley based on your work skills, experience, lifestyle, and approach towards life and so on. In order to provide that, they scout for an employment for their client there, provide hassle-free immigration and freeze on suitable accommodation.

Now, let us look at the most popular destinations that Indians want to emigrate to. Indians, owing to the colonial legacy of the British, prefer to relocate to English-speaking countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, among others. Some people who have a flair for languages like German, French, and Spanish may head to Germany France, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, and Spain and so on.

Of course, most choose to land up in the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries as these are not only prosperous countries but are more peaceful and accommodating towards migrants.

A thumb rule to be followed when selecting the proper company which provides wholesome Immigrant Services requires you to research on it yourself. People may suggest names offhand, but you have to make the choice because it would be one of the most life-changing missions you will be embarking upon. To check its credentials, go to the company yourself and check if it has good infrastructure, proper practices in place and professional staff. In addition, get enough information on its standing in the market and its client testimonials. Also ensure that it has been serving clientele for a while, for there are fly-by-night operators who open shops to make a quick buck and run away.

After you have made up your mind, you have to get down to the more complex part- applying for a visa. This is a more time-consuming process, which requires you to enormous patience as you have to get all your documents in place. They will include your relevant identity cards, current passport which would be valid for well into your future, college/university certificates, certificates proving that you have not been charged by law for having been hauled up by police, health certificate, letters of experience from your previous employers, your bank account details to prove that you can subsist in the foreign country you are heading to even if you have quit a job or have been laid off and so on.

You need to have all mentioned above for your application to be processed. Y-Axis Immigration Consultant will tell you which job you are eligible for in a country of your choice, the costs you would have to incur while staying there and then the procedure. If you are applying for the US, you go through the USCIS (The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services). If it is Australia, you would need to apply through DIBP (Department of Immigration and Border Protection) and if it is Britain, you have to apply through the UK High Commission or deputy High Commissions or the website of the UK government. Y-Axis Visa Consultant can able to handhold you through certain processes, but at the crucial stages, you are all by yourself.

Remember, if you make it through all the processes, then you would be called by a consulate, where you would have a one on one interview and you would have to face tough questions.

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