Getting A Reference Letter When Your Employer Won’t Give You One

Getting A Reference Letter When Your Employer Won’t Give You One

Post your ITA, one of the documents that you may find challenging to arrange is a reference letter from your employer. The most popular reason being that some companies have a template that they will not change even at the cost of a cosmic collapse. In other cases, the employer has either shut shop, is hard to reach, or simply refuses to give you one. Fear not, there are always workarounds.

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Immigration Agencies and do you really need them?

Immigration Agencies and do you really need them?

The #1 question on every PR aspirant’s mind is whether you need an immigration agency to help you with your journey, and where to find them. The answer is not as straightforward as one would think, and there are many aspects to consider. Here’s our story and what we think you should do too.

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Moving to Canada with your Dog

Moving to Canada with your Dog

Moving with your dog can be a project in itself. However, Canadian govt. requirements for bringing your pet with you, are the simplest in the world. Let’s look at the things you need to keep in mind, and the process to go about.

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7 Simple Steps To IELTS Success

7 Simple Steps To IELTS Success

For many PR aspirants, IELTS scores can be the biggest hurdle in their PR journey. Here are 7 simple steps you can take to overcome the IELTS challenge.

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A Step-by-step Guide to Canadian PR

A Step-by-step Guide to Canadian PR

After having lived through the horror of my own immigration process, and seeing countless other people making the same mistake, I thought it best to lay out the most effective, easy to understand and follow, approach to Canadian immigration.

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