What You Need To Know Upon Moving
You can always look for websites which offers information and services regarding the application of Canadian Immigration Visa and a lot more if you are willing to move to Canada. One of the major issues I had during the immigration process was the actual move itself and what happens when you arrive. I have received plenty of emails through my information website asking for additional help and advice about what forms are required, what to expect at the Canadian customs and what to do when they first arrive in Canada.
I won’t pretend this article will answer all questions for everybody, but I’ll be giving as much background as I can with more, detailed information backing it up from the website in the text or by links to the appropriate authority. The biggest problem that a lot of people faces upon moving to Canada is the house sale and the packing up process before they get to move.
Of course you have to consider your house before you move to Canada, you can’t just leave your house hanging there, thus, you have to think of ways on how to put up your house for sale. We are very lucky enough that we can hold on to the market where we can put our houses for sale just to get rid of our problem. You still need to assess the local housing market to know at what stage in the immigration method you will put it up for sale, no matter if you own the house.
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You will only have 12 months from the date of your Medicals to physically land in Canada once the visa is issued no matter how many problems you have left. One big worry I had was that we wouldn’t be able to sell the house quickly which in turn would delay our landing. You really have to abide with the 12 months deadline, or else, you will redo the medicals at an expensive cost and you have to resubmit the form. Or the other option is, you will move to Canada however, you will leave your house unsold together with all the problems that entails. With many people’s houses being their main source of settling funds, you’ll need to have that money in the bank as soon as you can after landing.
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However, there is another option rather than selling your house, because you can still have a temporary accommodation, if there is any, in that way, you can lessen your problems. You may pay rent for a while but at least you know what is in the bank when you arrive in Canada and this allows you to budget properly for your new life.