Turn migration dreams into reality

Midhun Chayanani, Senior Lawyer and Consultant, and team member of The Migration Firm
Midhun Chayanani, Senior Lawyer and Consultant, and team member of The Migration Firm

Enjoy personalised and stress-free immigration services with qualified experts at The Migration Firm

Published: Sun 15 Mar 2020, 2:54 PM

Last updated: Mon 16 Mar 2020, 4:58 PM

The Migration Firm is a team of highly experienced immigration lawyers and case managers known in the industry for their successful track record.
"We aim to make immigration as transparent and professional as possible, and countless clients who have successfully migrated to their dream destinations are testimony to achieving that goal. Our case processing team is based in the UAE, giving clients in the country and Mena region easy and direct access to their case managers," said Midhun Chayanani, Senior Lawyer and Consultant, The Migration Firm.
The migration experts provide various options, including skilled migration for professionals, business migration for investors and entrepreneurs, and study permits for students.
"The team's collective finger is on the pulse of the immigration industry and in the loop with immigration legislation and changes. Moreover, our lawyers and case managers are shareholders of the company, so clients need not worry about dealing with different managers throughout the process," Chayanani said, adding that clients can enjoy personalised and stress-free immigration services.
According to him, Canada and Australia are the two countries where skilled professionals can migrate to without an upfront job offer. Australia ranks second after Canada in the list of countries for immigration, and is the best choice for IT, engineering and finance professionals with ample opportunities in cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. He shared that some clients at The Migration Firm were able to grab a job offer even before they landed in Australia.
Canada, on the other hand, is a preferred choice for medical professionals and students. However, provinces like Ontario and Saskatchewan have recently been nominating IT professionals and engineers to meet the local demand in these sectors. "Overall, in 2020, Canada has a target of 85,800 invitations (ITA) for new permanent resident admissions. So, Canada stands strong for all skilled professionals who are thinking to migrate," he said.
The main attraction for UAE residents is a permanent status in Australia or Canada whilst enjoying almost all the rights of a citizen, such as government-provided medical coverage and free education for children. Both have high standards of living and English as the most spoken language, with the only essential difference being the climate.
"Life in Australia and Canada is also attractive for parents in the UAE as both countries offer a safe and brighter future for children," Chayanani said.
Looking ahead, The Migration Firm is in the process of expanding its business, with new offices opening soon in India and Canada by mid-2020. It is also tied up with various UK universities for student intake from September 2020 onwards.
"The countries and options to migrate are quite limited and the process is only going to get tougher. If somebody has a dream to migrate, then it's imperative to act now," Chayanani advised.

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