Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What’s your refund policy?

    We have a refund policy at every major stage in case of unsuccessful applications. Refunds are applicable as per the percentage clearly mentioned on a signed agreement for any service.

  2. Why Dream Harbour Global is considered the Best immigration consultant in Qatar?

    The reviews by our clients and our success ratio make us the best migration agent in Qatar. We take limited cases which makes it easier to fully dedicate ourselves to our customers' needs. We build strong relationships with our clients which in turn makes the process and journey smooth and successful. In a very short span of time, we have outdone many when it comes to the success of clients.

  3. Do you check the eligibility in advance?

    Yes, we check your eligibility in advance and for free. We start the process only after eligibility criteria is met. Not only that, but we also give an overview of your actual chances of getting through the process.

  4. Do you have customer service?

    Of course! Our friendly and knowledgeable dedicated manager assigned to your case will be able to assist you at all times.

  5. Can I immigrate from Qatar to Canada?

    Yes, you can migrate to Canada from Qatar easily through various immigration programs. Dream Harbour Global assesses profiles for the suitable program for free and then you decide as per your preference.

  6. How can I migrate to Canada from Qatar if I am a professional working full-time in Qatar?

    Immigration to Canada as a Permanent resident is a very good option for professionals with the required skills and education. Check your eligibility and start the process as it's an online process and there is no need for a physical presence in Canada for processing. After you have the Canadian immigrant VISA, you can plan your travels.

  7. How can I apply and get Canadian immigration?

    The first step is to check your eligibility. Once eligible, follow the three steps of the Canadian immigration process to get the Canadian PR from Qatar. Your eligibility does not always mean that your chances of getting through are guaranteed. So, make sure to understand the process and your chances before investing anything.

  8. Can I rely on Canada Provincial Nominations for immigration?

    Canada's Provinces actively invite and nominate applicants. Most of the provinces give preference to people present in Canada on study/work etc. permits. A very few invite directly from express entry based on overall skills and occupation's demand. But, it's always very competitive as there are a big number of applications. Some other provinces prefer only people with French competency, close relations in a respective Canadian province, or any kind of strong connection like a job offer, etc. So, getting provincial nominations for a normal profile which is no different from thousands of other profiles already in the queue is not an easy thing.

  9. How to get police clearance certificates for immigration from Qatar?

    There are set guidelines on how and from where you can apply and get a good character certificate or PCC for your application. PCCs are generally valid for around 6 months and hence this document should be collected only once it is requested by the government. You do not need to travel back to the country for the PCC. You can apply for PCC from almost all countries while you are in Qatar or any other country.

  10. Can we pay after the VISA is granted?

    We are going to help you throughout the complicated process of Permanent Residency and that is what we charge for. Our Services are till VISA grant.

  11. Is there any interview for Australia migration from Qatar as a permanent resident?

    No, the interview is not a requirement for getting permanent residency in Australia under skilled migration. It is a point-based process and needs correct documentation and submission

  12. Why getting New Zealand residency is obvious if I make 160 and above points?

    This is because as per the pattern, everyone with 160 above points has gotten VISA invitations under the skilled migrant category so far (March 2020).

  13. Why Dream Harbour Global does not take cases for New Zealand Immigration with less than 160 points?

    Because there is no way you can get the invitation as per the trend. Your expression of interest will expire after six months, and you can keep submitting it, but desirable results will not be there. There is no use in investing time, energy, effort, and money on something that is not going to work in the end.

  14. What do I need to make 160 and above points for New Zealand Migration?

    You should be less than 55 years of age. The preferred age is up to 44 as after that you will get very few points for age and without any connection (job offer etc.) you probably won’t be able to make 160 points.

    You or your spouse should have a master’s degree.

    You should have 6 to 10 years of experience in an occupation falling under the Absolute Skills Shortage list. Generally, all IT and Engineering occupations fall under this category and some other occupations are also included.

    IELTS required is only 6.5 overall and it doesn’t count for any points. It’s just a requirement.

    If you are in the IT field or Engineering field and have a master's or your spouse has a master's degree, check your eligibility as you may be qualified. A combination of the above makes you eligible but still, there may be additional factors that may influence the eligibility. It is advisable to check with us to be sure.

  15. What happens if I qualify for New Zealand immigration and make 160 points?

    On taking up your case after establishing your eligibility, we begin your education assessment and expression of interest. Within approx. 3 weeks’ time after the online expression of interest is submitted, you will have the VISA invitation. With our expertise, we will submit your VISA documents and you may get the residency in approx. 5 months in a simple case. In some scenarios, the processing time may be between 5-11 months.

  16. Which VISA categories do you assist with for Australian immigration?

    We are currently dealing only with below mentioned Skilled Points-tested VISA subclasses:-

    1. Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189)
    2. Skilled State Nominated visa (Subclass 190)
    3. Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (Subclass 491)

  17. How much time it will take for me to receive an invitation from the Department of Home Affairs, Australia?

    There is no minimum timeframe for receiving the VISA invitation. It is dependent on various factors like your age, points, current availability of your occupation, visa subclasses you are applying under, time of application, etc.

    It varies for each applicant because of the above reasons. You must ensure to choose the best path and getting there should ideally follow.

  18. Are you assisting with Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) programs?

    No, however, you may take our CV writing services which may help you to search for a job on your own.

  19. What are the requirements of a job offer for high-skilled workers under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program?

    Mandatory Requirements before applying are:-
    1. Minimum 1-year full-time work experience in the last 3 years.
    2. a foreign degree, diploma or certificate, equal to a Canadian credential or a Canadian secondary (high school) or post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree from a recognized institution
    3. Language Test at least equal to a language level 4 of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 
    4. Proof of funds (For exact amount click Proof of funds – Skilled immigrants (Atlantic Immigration Pilot)
    5. At least one year Job Offer from an employer who has been designated as an employer taking part in the AIP by the Atlantic province where you’ll be working (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, or Prince Edward Island). They must have a Confirmation of Designation from the province.

  20. Where can I find the designated Employers for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)?

    Follow the links below for a list of AIPP-designated employers in each Atlantic province:

    Newfoundland and Labrador Designated Employers
    Nova Scotia Designated Employers
    Prince Edward Island Designated Employers
    New Brunswick Designated Employers

  21. What are the requirements of a job offer for intermediate-skilled workers under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program?

    Mandatory Requirements before applying are:-
    1. Minimum 1-year full-time work experience in the last 3 years.
    2. You must have a Canadian secondary (high school) or post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree from a recognized institution OR a foreign degree, diploma, or certificate equal to a Canadian credential. 
    3. Language Test at least equal to a language level 4 of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 
    4. Proof of funds (For exact amount click Proof of funds – Skilled immigrants (Atlantic Immigration Pilot)
    5. Non-seasonal Permanent Job Offer from an employer who has been designated as an employer taking part in the AIP by the Atlantic province where you’ll be working (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, or Prince Edward Island). They must have a Confirmation of Designation from the province.

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