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  • Do I need a visa to visit Canada?

    Most travellers need a visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly to, or transit through, a Canadian airport.

    What you need depends on:

    • The type of travel document you will travel with.
    • The country that issued your travel document.
    • Your nationality; and
    • How you will travel to Canada.
    • If you do not have the proper documents, such as an eTA or visa, you may be delayed or prevented from boarding your flight to Canada
  • What is the meaning of validity period of visa?

    The date on the visa is the date by which you must arrive in Canada.Length of stay decided by a border services officerat the port of entry.

  • Who is eligible to apply for a Permanent Residence?

    There are several permanent resident categories that you may fit into, including the Canadian Experience Class, the Federal Skilled Worker / Trades Program, Provincial Nominee Program, Start up Visa and Business Immigration Program Some of those categories require eligible Canadian work experience

  • Who is a lawful permanent resident?

    A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada but is not a Canadian citizen. Permanent residents are citizens of other countries.

  • Which family members can come with me to Canada when I immigrate?

    You can bring family members with you to Canada if they were processed for permanent residence as your dependents

    This includes:

    • Your spouse or common-law partner
    • The country that issued your travel document.
    • Your dependent child
    • Your spouse or common-law partner’s dependent child
    • A dependent child of a dependent child
  • Which family members cannot come with me to Canada when I immigrate?

    The family members that can’t come with you include:

    • Your parents
    • Grand parents
    • Brother or sister
    • Uncle or aunt
    • Nephew or niece
    • Other relatives
  • Will I be eligible to work on entering Canada?

    Most people need a work permit to work in Canada. If you’re not sure if you need one, find out if you need a work permit.

    There are 2 types of work permits: open work permits and employer-specific work permits.

    • Open work permits
    • Employer-specific work permits
  • Does your immigration offer the money-back guarantee?

    Our professional fees are based on the amount of work, over the length of time it takes, to prepare and submit an application package for processing. Our fees do not depend on the outcome of the application. Bound by regulations of the federally appointed regulatory body, our professional fees are neither refundable for failed immigration cases, nor can they to be paid on a contingency basis.

  • Do I become a Canadian citizen when I marry a Canadian?

    No. Marrying a Canadian citizen doesn’t give you citizenship. If you want to become a Canadian citizen, you must follow the same stepsas everyone else. There isn’t a special process for spouses of Canadian citizens.

  • Why would a Permanent residence application be denied?

    A PR application could be refused because of criminality, health, misrepresentation, not meeting eligibility requirements, not providing with right documents or having incomplete or inconsistent forms, losing documents, missing deadlines, or confronting a mistake committed by IRCC or Immigration officers.

  • Why do I have to give my biometrics (fingerprints and photo) when I apply?

    Most people have to give biometrics when they apply for a visitor visa, a study or work permit or permanent residence.

    Canadian visa officers use biometrics to confirm your identity. Biometrics also helps to:

    • Make it more difficult for someone to forge, steal or use your identity
    • Resolve problems or errors that may happen if your name, date of birth and/or place of birth are similar to those of someone else, and
    • Confirm your identity the next time you apply, so it is easier for you to re-enter Canada.

    Permanent residents don’t have the same protections and privileges as Canadian citizens do. If you commit a serious offence as a PR, you may have to leave Canada permanently.

Special Issues & Common Forms

  • Why are police certificates required and how do I obtain a police certificate?

    Police checks are done to check any criminal activity recorded in your profile. each country has a specific checklist and process of Issuing a police certificate.

  • What if my medical runs out before I travel to the Canada with a copy of my medical report?

    You are expected to have a valid medical when you land in Canada.