[Translated by Google] In August 2021, he entered the country on a two-year study abroad, but decided to acquire permanent residency in three months and visited a total of five agents for counseling. The acquisition of WORK PERMIT through LMIA was a priority, so I focused on it, and after detailed consultations with Jenny of the nest, I felt that the way and process of the nest were the most reasonable. The fact that we had to sign a contract and pay a down payment so that we could get introduced to the job site and have an interview with the nest first and then take time to think about it helped us a lot when we had to make a decision that was never easy.
For us, who had a couple of important conditions in deciding the job to proceed with LMIA, the nest connected the business that met it and the boss, and it was relatively easy to get a WORK PERMIT. I started working immediately after obtaining a visa, and as soon as I started work, I received an INVITATION 9 days after I started work, and I am currently waiting for NOMINEE. I'm expecting NOMINEE to come out soon.
Immigration, especially for families like us who initially planned to study abroad, was a very big decision and challenge that changed the whole course of life. Our couple's ability to handle this challenge, especially Jenny, Justice Justin's guide and progress, and the promise that we have made to check and continue to get green cards, has helped us with the worries, concerns, and anxieties of immigration.
Until the day of permanent residency, fighting with the nest!