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We understand your concerns and thus try our best to get all the queries resolved by the subject matter experts from the industry. Do go through this section for any concerns.

  • Is it possible to get a work permit / permanent visa for another country while I am in India?

    Yes, It is possible to apply for a work permit / permanent resident visa from within India.

    Work Permit or Permanent Resident visa is a need of a country to employ skilled professionals to fulfil the demand of labour shortage in their respective countries. Indian’s are a preferred choice as skilled professionals in many developed countries across the globe, which include the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K etc. Many developed and developing countries provide this facility and we at DCM Immigration help people who are keen in relocating abroad.

  • If I live in a city where DCM Immigration does not have an office how do I avail of any of the services?

    One can avail our services irrespective of their geographical location. We try to help people with their dream of overseas careers and are flexible in expansion to new territories. We have a history of helping people from across the globe and have been a partner through their journey. The best part about DCM Immigration is that we encourage people to contact us online.


    With the Social distancing becoming the New Normal, this is a very important aspect to be kept in mind. Our Online assistance is very very encouraging.

  • I would like to settle abroad, what is preferable study overseas or permanent resident visa?

    The aim of achieving quality & qualified education is to settle in a good career with a country providing maximum benefits. If you already have credentials which entail you to apply for a direct work permit or migration option from your home country, it is always preferable to relocate overseas on a permanent resident visa as you get maximum benefits while getting a local status.


    Education is a primary route which later opens your doors to settle on a Permanent resident visa. If you are eligible why wait and take a long route when you can settle soon and take up your dream job.

  • I have completed my education through distance education, will it be recognized?

    It depends upon the country and the university or institution where you have attained these qualifications. Most of the government/private universities or institution of higher learning from India are recognized and even a distance education attained at these grants is recognized for the purpose of higher education or Immigration.

  • Should I get a job first or should I apply for my work permit / permanent resident visa first?

    Applying for a work permit directly from your home country and being sponsored by a foreign employer is a less appropriate option as it requires so many legal aspirations to be me for both employer and employee of foreign origin. Hence, countries with a shortage of young skilled professionals have opened their doors to foreign skilled professionals to apply for a permanent resident visa which gives them a local status and improve their chances of landing in the right job without the need of employer to sponsor and carrying out these legal procedures which is otherwise mandate and cost.


    Moreover, work permit is only a contractual obligation and is valid for a limited period while the PR visa gives you maximum returns and valid for a long duration which than leads to naturalization.

  • Is it true that healthcare costs are very high abroad?

    Yes, it’s true and is all depending upon the countries average earning per person capacity. Most of the developed countries have a very high healthcare cost the only reason that the citizens and locals their have enough earnings to be able to meet those costs. In case if a citizen is unable to bare such expenses, their government provide subsidies and other medical benefits which covers these costs.


    So it’s recommended that you must buy a health insurance if you are planning for a long term settlement option in any good country abroad.

  • I am not very rich, how much funds are required for studying abroad?

    Gone are the days, where overseas education was only limited to rich class society or upper middle class. There are many good countries abroad which offers quality education at an affordable cost along with providing many scholarship options. One can also look for government grants, exchange programs and many other options to afford your higher education from the best Universities in different parts of the globe.

  • Is a good entrance test score important for a scholarship?

    A good score doesn’t automatically qualify a candidate for a scholarship, however it is one of the primary factors that the admissions department look for in a scholarship application. There are other attributes such as a candidate’s academics, extra-curriculars, financial background and their application essays (SOPs).

  • How do I choose the right university for me?

    We get this question a lot. Many candidates know which career path they want to take but are at a loss for how to take that journey. Understanding the job role and the industry that you want to get into is the first step to picking the right university. Looking at the placements that the university has, gives candidates an idea of which skillsets are nurtured by the associated university.


    Talking to alumni and people who are acquainted with the university in question is the also essential to figuring out if the university fits you and vice versa.


    It is also important to consider the immigration aspect if the candidate is inclined to stay in the country in which they are pursuing their higher education

Special Issues & Concerns

  • What are the best countries to immigrate to?

    Canada: The Great White North is Number 1 on this list. With easy immigration processes, a welcoming society, great education and healthcare, cool weather, and the ever-growing job market, Canada is the undisputed leader for immigration potential.


    Australia: The Land Down Under is best known in India for their cricket team. With one of the most outdoorsy lifestyles in the world, Australians are an athletic lot enjoying the sun, the beach and all that comes with it. Unaffected by the 2008 recession, Australia is an OECD nation and frequently features as the best quality of life index. With a strong job market, quality education and a lifestyle that is hard to beat, Australia is only just edged out by Canada.


    Germany: The Deutschland is famous for precision, quality and high expectations. It is unsurprising that it makes the list but we’re still going to spell it out. Currently, home to over 170,000 Indians, Germany is a melting pot of different cultures mostly from other countries in the EU. A veritable hub for mechanical engineering, Germany has a low level of corruption, a love for innovation and is home to over 25 Fortune 500 companies. With a demand for highly skilled professionals, Germany is a choice destination for young, smart immigrants from all over the world.

  • How will I find a job abroad?

    If you fall under the NOC list in Canada or SOL in Australia (Occupations in demand list), it means that jobs are readily available for qualified candidates. On average, individuals earn 8 times as much salary in Canada as compared to India.

  • What is PNP? How does it work?

    Provincial Nominee Program is one of the best routes for Canadian immigration. Every province (state) in Canada has its own criteria for immigration. This criterion is custom fitted to reflect the needs and growing opportunities arising in that respective province.

  • Does a Master’s Degree benefit my chances?

    A Master’s Degree translates directly into a better CRS score. Your educational qualifications reflect the contribution you would make to the destination country’s economy which means that you would be more sought after. Speaking one of the countries primary languages (Eg: French for Canada) also greatly raises your chances for both visa success as well job opportunities.

  • My IELTS band is 6.0. Since I cannot go to Australia or Canada, what else is available to me?

    Actually, both Canada and Australia are still available. The immigration process doesn’t depend on just one factor. Your academic qualifications, career history, and job procurement also come into play when weighing your chances. Additionally, it is always possible to reattempt the IELTS exam and achieve a better score. Global Tree offers IELTS training to ensure that your score best reflects your abilities.