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  • Important Tips to Verify your credentials

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    Raj Dev Acharya
    Raj Dev Acharya

    Moving to another country is a long process and has certain parameters to verify your eligibility. We agree with you when you say, you are a bachelors/master’s degree holder and 10 years of experience in your country, but your future destination needs verification for the same so there are no discrepancies. It doesn’t take long and gives you proof of your eligibility to apply for PR.

    1. Create job market report. It provides you with all the information you need related to your job search such as hourly wages, main duties, job description, training, and many others. This is necessary for you to analyse the requirement on the other side before moving to Canada.
    2. Qualifications. You need to compare your qualifications with the job requirement where you plan to move. It gives you a fair idea about your field and the demand accordingly.
    3. Regulatory body. You need to contact the regulatory body and they will guide you, as in what all you need to do to meet the criteria. You have to prove that you are as eligible as any other Canadian who is living there.
    4. Documents. You need them throughout the process. These include your educational certificates, your work experience, work description, secondary education records, and many others. Make sure you have them translated to English or French.
    5. Assessment agency. You need to get your documents assessed by an approved assessment agency only, you need to apply with all your documents and it gives you a report thereafter.

    Once you have done all the above steps and you fall short, don’t lose heart as you still have a chance to apply. You may have to upgrade your education, skills, or may be take some training in a new field but believe us, you do have a chance. For further assistance, reach out to us as we would be happy to help you without burning a hole in your pocket.

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