Types of Canadian visas and information
Usually, the Canadian visa procedure requires lots of study and paperwork. Nevertheless, you need to understand what the Canadian authorities require from potential immigrants. Then you can select the path to follow according to the needed types of Canadian visas.
It is worth to note that since Canada itself needs immigrants, both you and the country can benefit from immigration. If you can discover the right options which also shows how Canada can profit from having you then your visa application can be successful.
There are several types of Canadian visas. For example, there are Canadian visa types for work, types of student visa and etc.
Types of Canadian visas
- Temporary visas
Canadian visa types include Temporary Visas which are for those who are planning to come to Canada for their studies, work or vacations. A temporary visa allows you to stay in Canada only for a limited period of time.
A student visa gives you several benefits. It gives you the right to bring your spouse and children to Canada with you. And also, your spouse can virtually work for any employer in Canada with an open work permit. Additionally, with bringing your children on your study permit, your dependent children can benefit from studying in Canada with you. Furthermore, during your children’s studies, you will not need to pay any tuition fee since Canada has free childhood education.. Another benefit of having a student visa is the opportunity to stay permanently in Canada after your studies.
Being valid for a maximum of 10 years, you can sponsor your parents and grandparents to stay in Canada permanently. However, the sponsor must meet certain requirements in order to be eligible for sponsorship.
- Visitor Visa
You may need to apply for a visitor visa to be able to come to Canada. This may vary upon your country of citizenship. When you apply the main requirement is to satisfy the Canadian visa officer that your stay in Canada is temporary and you will return back after your visit.
If you work in Canada you may be eligible to stay in the country permanently. Gaining Canadian work experience can help you to become a Canadian permanent resident. CANADAPT experts will assist you to get a work license so that you can work as well as partake in the growth of Canada’s economy. Also, we can push to see you get a placement to one of the companies or other workplaces.
The main target of the program is people who can demonstrate a noteworthy possibility to contribute to the economy of Canada. The major aim of allowing business persons is to improve economic development and creating more and better job opportunities. Also, business immigration programs aim at starting new commercial openings in Canada and to expand access to Canada by developing markets.
You can apply for the federal skilled worker category either outside or inside of Canada. This category allows foreign nationals to acquire a permanent residence in Canada. Depending on their qualifications on certain factors such as work experience, knowledge of English or French languages the candidates receive a score. This score ranks them on a points system. Skilled workers need to have at least 67 points out of 100 and as well as a year of minimum work experience to qualify.
If you are already in Canada on a temporary work permit, you can apply for Canadian Permanent Residence under the Canadian Experience Class. Let us note that this type of visa is for those who have skilled work experience in Canada. It also requires to have a minimum of one year of experience in Canada and as well as English and French language proficiency.
If you are qualified in a skilled trade then you have a chance to quickly become a Permanent Resident of Canada by applying under the Canadian Federal Skilled Trades Program. As a requirement, the applicants must apply through the Express Entry system. The FSTC grants candidates with work positions or proper documentation to work in particular professions to attain Canadian permanent residency in Canadian provinces excluding Quebec.
If you cannot get permanent residency through applying for Skilled Worker Visa you may still have chances to become a permanent resident by applying through the Provincial Nomination Program. This program is for low skilled professionals who can still come to Canada and help the country’s economic development. Candidates get provincial nomination certificate from the provinces they applied. The certificate, in its turn, opens you a pathway to get PR.
With the help of this program, you can help your family members to come to Canada and hopefully to become a permanent resident of the country. In fact, family sponsorship programs are for bringing family members and loved ones and live permanently. Canada is known to be the origin of foreign immigration and among the nations with the most diverse culture. Accordingly, our team offers family sponsorship programs through various options.
There are three ways to apply for permanent residence based on Canadian work experience as a caregiver. Enough work experience, good use of English or French language, and a high school diploma is a requirement for this visa. In fact, after the recent changes made by the Canadian Government, now caregivers have better chances to become Canadian PR.