WWICS’s guide to deal with the Impacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19) On Business/Investment Migration


The global COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact people around the globe. Concerning immigration and movement of people around the world, countries have imposed various travel restrictions, border closures and lockdowns in an effort to stem the spread of the outbreak.

No doubt, the economic ripple effects of the viral outbreak will be long-term in nature and can materially reconfigure the investment/business immigration industry; however, the scenario might be not as scary for the industry as it seems since it can be well-tackled by following a strategic approach. We at WWICS are putting in place all the possible measures to help our valuable clients impacted by this unprecedented event.


Ensuring the safety and well-being of our employees, clients and community is always our top priority. In these testing times, WWICS continuous to operate at full capacity. Our offices are closed but our expert teams of immigration specialists and support staffs are working from home to offer you around the clock online assistance through various digital means.

We strongly recommend our clients to do not hold their applications due to COVID-19 restrictions. In fact we advocate them to take advantage of these situations and do not delay preparing their case in order to remain first in the queue to make their immigration applications. The reason for this is that most of the immigration offices around the world are still open, inviting, processing and approving visa applications. Although services are affected, submissions should be made on time and regardless.

Keeping current circumstances in mind, your visa applications can be made so that the visa start date isn’t immediate. You can simply choose a date once you feel the current crisis has died down. In fact regardless of the date you choose, you can still have 30 days to travel from that date. If you would need further time after that, our immigration experts can also arrange the same.

Moreover, we can also assist our clients who cannot get all the mandatory documents needed in time due to disruption caused by COVID-19 by contacting the relevant immigration authorities for them. In certain scenario, you can make the application without the documentation. You can send out the remaining documents later when they will be ready along with the detailed evidence explaining the reasons behind the delay.

To clients, who have their visa or current extension already been expired and who couldn’t apply due to COVID19; we suggest them to make the application as soon as possible as our immigration lawyers will then continue to correspond with the relevant visa authorities explaining the situation and evaluating all the legal options available to their advantage.

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We will continue to monitor this situation very closely and will keep you updated as needed!!

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