Here is a checklist of things that you may need to have ready when working with an immigration consultant:

  • Personal identification documents may include a passport, birth certificate, and other documents.
  • Educational and professional documents: You may need to provide transcripts, diplomas, and other documents related to your education and work experience.
  • Language test results: If you are required to take a language test, you will need to provide the results to the immigration consultant.
  • Financial documents: Depending on the type of immigration application you are making, you may need to provide proof of your financial stability, such as bank statements and pay stubs.
  • Supporting documents: You may need additional documents to support your application, such as a police clearance certificate, medical examination results, or proof of relationships with family members.
  • Payment for fees: You will need to pay fees for your immigration application and any other services provided by the immigration consultant.

It is essential to have all of these documents and information ready before meeting with the immigration consultant, as it will help them to understand your situation better and provide you with the most accurate and helpful advice.