All Your Immigration Questions Answered
The answers in our FAQ are intended to provide you with guidance to your queries. Whether it is related to studying, skilled migration, or visitor visa, or even IELTS, PTE and CD-IELTS- we have covered it all.
Well – Documents vary as per case to case basis depending upon the type of Visa you wish to opt for. Nonetheless, you don’t need to worry.
We will keep it simple and provide you consolidated checklist where you would require to simply mail us the documents required!
Why not? We LOVE keeping eveything transparent by meeting our clients or prospects even before we get started with the process – ensuring they are well accustomed to our steps and methodology being adopted. Moreover, You should know exactly as to how we would be going around your Case.
Also, We would really like you to know our step by step approach as outlined on homepage
For now, We are primarily focusing on Australia, Canada and UK for skilled migration, study and other relative Visas. There’s simple reason to this:
As per our findings and research – we have seen most of the people from India prefer these countries for pursuing their further dreams.
IELTS or PTE test prep topics
Giving English Proficiency tests such as IELTS or PTE – play an important role in making your Immigration pathways easier. This is even prerequisite requirement by all English native countries.
All this is for the simple reason: The country where you wish to go are English-speaking countries so they want to be sure that you can communicate, understand or comprehend English language easily!
Good question! It is not actually so easy to prepare with handful of resources at your disposal. Always remember that you can suffer with over information fatigue and then, get stressed easily!
Then, Ask yourself another question – Can you give 12th Exam without any coaching and just studying from free resources available on internet?
The answer is Obviously NO!
Replacing a guidance from professional is actually irreplaceable and this is where we step in to guide you in right direction with our structured study plan or other methodology as outlined in this answer
Well – there isn’t “One size fits all” solution to this. Ultimately, There can be just vague or wild guessing for this question as timeframe is more attributed towards varied factors.
The time frame can vary anywhere from 1 to 5 months for beginners while on the other side, it can be just few weeks for an expert user..
To get more insights – view our expert answer on Quora
Now, Don’t ever start directly with practice tests – this is the most newbie mistake we have seen happening…where you are also not sure where and how you are heading.
As a result because of random preparation, you will end up committing similar mistakes again and again with no improvements..
Instead, you should start by knowing some golden nuggets to help you ACE the IELTS or in laymen terms, some core principles to help you find success.
Here is the hierarchy structure to get started :
- Know the core test structure
- Know how you will be marked (Scoring system)
- Then, Know the core principles for each modules – Reading, Listening, Speaking and writing.
- Start with “structured study plan” in place making your study aligned with “SMART” acronym which stands for “specific,” “measurable,” “attainable,” “relevant,” and “time-bound.”
Curious to know more? View our quora answer