2022 has been an adventure, to say the least. Many people automatically view the month of December as a time to unwind and enjoy the festive family period but it's always the calm before the storm. In the New Year, you are faced with new challenges and your immigration goals can fall to the side.
Avoid the rush
As seen every year in the industry, January is the busiest month. The holiday goers can experience traumatic events with the crazy festivities and make an emotional decision to invest in immigration. At New World Immigration we give you the space to make a calculated decision for your family's future. January, we experience a massive influx of enquiries and an unnecessary backlog through the immigration processing centres as they get inundated with the workload after a festive break. It is imperative to go into the process highly organised and prepared for all the curve balls the New Year can throw at you.
Who has money in the new year?
We have spent our money on Christmas presents, parties and New Years' festivities. Considering the longest year of the month - January, we have to think about school fees, medical aid, petrol increases and the list goes on. Now the generator is a new budget, but as we invest in improving our lives right now, we are missing out on our long-term opportunities like immigration.
Let’s not go into the story of load-shedding but productivity won't improve unless you invest. Now we can look back and choose, WHAT should we invest in. As a registered, accredited and successful company – we recommend investing in your future while you can.
At New World Immigration you get assigned a personal case manager who releases a list of documents you need to gather for your first stage of the process. Why not use the downtime to gather your ducks in a row and collect and plan to hit the ground running for the new year, without any consequential delays?