Canadian Temporary Residence
In Canada, temporary residency applies to those who are not Canadian citizens but are legally in Canada for a temporary purpose, including international students, foreign workers and tourists.
Canadian Visitor Visa
Every year, more than 35 million people visit Canada to enjoy the many opportunities our country has to offer, including visiting family and friends. Depending on where you live, you will need to meet certain entry requirements. Those who wish to enter Canada who come from a country that is not considered to be visa exempt must first obtain a Temporary Resident Visa (Visitor Visa) to enter Canada.
A Super Visa is a multiple entry visa for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents. This visa, though not permanent, is certainly a viable way for your parents or grandparents to reside in Canada on a more long term basis.
Denied entry to Canada
Being denied entry to Canada can be an extremely frustrating and potentially embarrassing situation. Many people who attempt to cross the border are not even aware that they may be considered inadmissible and are shocked to hear this by a border official. Do not let this happen to you. There are a number of reasons to be considered inadmissible; such as criminal or medical. You can overcome this by first obtaining a Temporary Resident Permit, Criminal Rehabilitation application or by taking advantage of one of our customized entry packages.
Canadian Work Permit
Those who wish to enter the Canadian Labour Market must first obtain the proper authorization to do so. This means obtaining a Canadian work permit. Depending on your situation, you will typically need your employer to first obtain a positive labour market option. There are also work permits that are considered labour market opinion exempt.
Canadian Study Permit
Close to 100,000 students come to study in Canada every year. Depending on the nature of study, those who wish to pursue their education at an eligible institution in Canada will first need to obtain a study permit.
Canadian Business Visitor Visa
A business visitor is someone who wishes to enter Canada to take part in some form of international business activity, such as a seminar or conference. Business visitors are not able to enter the Canadian labour market and therefore do not require a work permit provided they meet the requirements. Business Visitors are not to be confused with "business people," who have different requirements.
Youth Mobility Program
Youth Mobility Program facilitates travel and work between member countries. There are currently 27 participating countries around the world that have entered into agreements with Canada. The purpose of this program is to create bonds between countries, international network building and providing the opportunity to gain valuable work experience to contribute to an increasingly globalized society.
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