There should be absolutely no gaps in this history.
Unexplained periods of time, even as short as a week, must be accounted for.
How to avoid: Even short vacations should be noted on a travel history.
For personal history, periods of time when you were unemployed should still be accounted for.
How to avoid: Make sure that only your eligible dependents are listed as dependents.
4) Employment Letters Do Not Comply with Requirements – Most programs require that work experience be proven by providing an employment letter.How to avoid: Check your employment letters after receiving them.Providing an employer with a basic template outlining these requirements can also help.Unfortunately for applicants, there are many fraudsters claiming to be immigration representatives, when in fact they are not authorized to represent individuals.These phony representatives are not accountable to the government or a professional order, and will often request large sums of money for a ‘guaranteed’ visa.Make sure that you meet or exceed the minimum levels in each language ability.3) Listing Ineligible Dependents – For Canadian permanent residency applications, only spouses, common-law partners, and/or eligible biological or legally adopted children may be listed as dependents by the principal applicant.These abilities include reading, writing, speaking, listening, or a combination of the four.For instance, the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is one of the tests accepted as proof of English proficiency for the Federal Skilled Worker Program.If even one ability is scored less than a 6.0, the applicant will be deemed ineligible for immigration through this program.How to avoid: Double-check the language requirements for your specific program.