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  • Q. What is the process of becoming a permanent resident of Canada?

    An applicant for permanent residency needs to meet requirements of age, educational credentials, work experience, and language proficiency. The Express Entry program uses a Comprehensive Ranking System to rank and select applicants through Express Entry draws. One can become a Permanent Resident of Canada by applying through any of the five main immigration programs including:

    • Express Entry
    • Business Immigration
    • Family Class Immigration
    • Canadian Experience Class
    • Provincial Nominee Program

    The specific requirements and procedures to become a Permanent Resident depend upon the immigration pathway you choose. Most applicants choose the option of Express Entry for faster immigration to Canada.

  • Q. What benefits does a Canadian permanent resident enjoy?

    Canadian Permanent Residents and their dependents can enjoy several social benefits available for Canadian citizens. These can include healthcare and protection concerning the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedom. Permanent Residents can live, study, or work in any province or territory of Canada. One can apply for Canadian citizenship after obtaining a permanent residency.

  • Q. How and where to start while immigrating to Canada?

    One must know how to qualify for an appropriate immigration program from over sixty different immigration categories. You need to determine the immigration program by assessing the qualifying
    parameters. The most practical step to initiate the process is to hire a reliable and professional immigration consultant to evaluate your profile.

  • Q. What are the qualifying criteria for obtaining Canadian citizenship?

    An individual must meet the following requirement to become a Canadian citizen:

    • Age requirement- The applicant must be a minimum of 18 years of age.
    • Duration of living in Canada- The individual applicant of Canadian citizenship should complete a minimum of 4 years permanent residency status and a minimum of 3 years (1095 days) stay in Canada out of these four years.
    • Language ability- The applicant must demonstrate the required level of language proficiency in one of the two official languages of Canada (English and French).
    • Criminal record- Inadmissibility because of certain convictions may disqualify the individual from applying for Canadian citizenship.
    • Clear permanent residency status- One needs to maintain permanent residency status by living in Canada for two to five years. The applicant of Canadian citizenship should have no removal order, immigration investigation, or immigration inquiry against them.
  • Q. Who is eligible to apply for Canadian Citizenship?

    The applicant for Canadian citizenship should be less than 18 years of age. One may apply on behalf of a child or a person under 18 years by fulfilling the following requirements:

    • The applicant should be the child’s legal guardian or parent.
    • The child must have permanent residency status.
    • One of the parents or adoptive parents must have a Citizenship status or is the applicant for
      own citizenship.
  • Q. What are the popular Canadian Visas and Programs?

    Canadian immigration system offers more than sixty types of visas and programs to suit individual applicants’ immigration goals. There are several visas and programs exclusively aimed at certain provinces.

    The Express Entry is the system of selecting skilled workers, who wish to immigrate to Canada. It covers the following programs:

    • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)- The popular immigration program targets eligible foreign workers to drive Canada’s economy.
    • Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)- Foreign nationals with skills in specific trades qualify for the program.
    • Canadian Experience Class (CEC)- You can leverage the CEC Visa if you are living in Canada and have Canadian skilled work experience.

    You may explore the following visas and programs to immigrate to Canada

    • Student visa
    • Caregiver visa
    • Quebec Skilled Worker Program
    • Quebec Entrepreneur Visa
  • Q. What are the ways to make payment for my Canadian Visa?

    The following payment options are acceptable modes of payment for the Canadian visa:

    • Bank transfer
    • Visa
    • MasterCard
    • American Express
    • Mobile Money (For clients from Africa)
  • Q. What should I know about the government visa application fees?

    The Canadian government charges various fees for submitting applications to different immigration programs. It is routine for any government to accept application fees. The amount of the application fee depends upon several factors like the type of immigration plan, the number of family members, and the applicant’s age. One may pay the application fee in Canadian dollars through credit card, check, bank draft, or money order.

    Application fees for immigration plans are non-refundable. Be careful while filling out the form, as any mistake or omission can result in refusal. We help applicants prepare applications that are complete and correct in all respects. It improves the success rate and avoids losing the money paid as an application fee.

  • Q. What should I know about the application process of Parent & Grandparent Super Visa?

    The Parent and Grandparent Visa does not permit the applicant to include dependents in the application. The applicants need to meet the following requirements:

    • Having a child or grandchild in Canada with the status of Permanent Resident or Canadian citizen.
    • Eligibility to enter Canada legally, including admissibility, valid travel documents.
    • Demonstrate that you will receive financial support from your child or grandchild.
    • Have Canadian Medical Insurance with a minimum validity of one year.
    • Get an immigration medical exam done.

    The applicant should provide correct information about the following aspects to the immigration official:

    • Political stability in the home country
    • The financial condition of the family
    • Purpose of visit such as a family reunion, wedding, etc
    • Proof of an invitation from a Canadian host
  • Q. Is there any difference between a Visitor Visa and Parent and Grandparent Super Visa?

    The main difference between a Visitor Visa and Parent and Grandparent Visa is the visa duration. A Visitor Visa valid for six months. One can extend the validity by paying an additional fee to stay in Canada for longer than six months on a Visitor Visa.

    The Parent and Grandparent Visa has a two years validity. The individual can enter and leave Canada multiple times with the Parent and Grandparent Visa.

    There are different eligibility requirements for Visitor Visa and Parent and Grandparent Visa.

  • Q. What should I do after applying for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa?

    The processing time of your application for the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa depends upon the specific aspects of the case and the number of applications with the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

    Inform changes in the address after submission of the application. The successful applicants receive the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa with documents like a passport.

    You need to ensure that all travel documents are valid and up-to-date before receiving your visa. You may approach the local Canadian embassy to check the validity of travel documents to know if there is a requirement for additional documents for traveling to Canada.

  • Q. What is the difference between the Super Visa and Parent and Grandparent sponsorship?

    The successful applicants of the Family Class Sponsorship, such as the Parent and Grandparent sponsorship program, obtain permanent residency status. On the other hand, the Super Visa belongs to the temporary visa category. It allows the successful applicants to enter Canada multiple times and has a ten-year validity period. Super Visa holders cannot study or work in Canada.

  • Q. What are important aspects to know while applying for a Canadian Temporary Visa?

    The Canadian Temporary Visa is valid for six months. The validity can extend under certain circumstances. The visa officer will determine the intention to return to the home country. Most requirements ensure that an individual with Temporary Visa does not remain out of status in Canada. The following are crucial aspects to know while applying for a Temporary Visa:

    • Employment in home country- An ongoing job in the home country is a strong indicator of ties with the country
    • Family connection- Having a family in the home country serves as a vital connection
    • Property- One should produce proof of property such as land or house to establish this connection
    • Personal obligations- Proof of obligation can be the presence of elderly relatives or an active community leadership
    • Financial support- Demonstrate availability of funds to support living expenses in Canada
    • Living with family or friends in Canada- Establish local support by providing a letter from the Canadian host
    • Return journey- Provide a copy of the return ticket to your home country. One may show proof of funds to purchase the return journey tickets if the date of the return journey is not fixed
  • Q. What to know while applying for the Business Visitor Visa?

    One must be able to demonstrate the purpose of the business visit. The following are the primary objectives for obtaining a Business Visitor Visa: basic

    • To grow business
    • To establish and improve business relations
    • Investing in a business in Canada

    The following documents are necessary according to the applicant’s status:

    • Canadian passport- for applicants with dual citizenship
    • PR Card- for Permanent Residents
    • Visa or eTA- for applicants who are not Canadian residents or citizens

    The applicant of a Business Visitor Visa should provide the following:

    • Letter of invitation from a business associate
    • Contact information of someone who is accessible at all times
    • Proof of intention to leave Canada
    • Demonstrate that the applicant has no plan to live beyond six months
    • Has no intention to work in Canada
    • Will limit the business activities within Canada

    Fulfilling the primary criteria of entering Canada:

    • Possess valid travel documents
    • Financial support to live in Canada and return to home country
    • Pose no health or security risk to people in Canada
  • Q. What is the significance of a Temporary Canadian Visa?

    The Temporary Visa is an official document that permits the holder to legally stay in Canada as a tourist, worker, or student for a specific period. The Temporary Visa is documentary proof to satisfy the admissibility requirements. It allows the individual to enter and live in Canada temporarily.

  • Q. What is the validity period of the Canadian Temporary Visa?

    The standard duration of a Canadian Temporary Visa is six months unless there is some specific mention of a different validity. Extension of the Temporary Visa period is possible if the applicant is working in Canada or pursuing education. The Permanent Visa holder should apply for an extension three months before the expiration of the existing permit.

  • Q. Is it mandatory to have a Temporary Visa to travel to Canada for a vacation?

    One must have a valid document like a Temporary Visa or passport to travel to Canada for a vacation. The type of document depends upon the individual’s country of citizenship.

  • Q. What criteria should I satisfy while entering Canada with a Temporary Resident Visa?

    You need to meet specific requirements to enter Canada in addition to obtaining a Temporary Resident Visa. You should convince the Canadian immigration official at the Port of Entry that you will leave Canada when your visa expires. The following requirements are mandatory to enter Canada:

    • Provide proof of finances to support self and family members while in Canada
    • Demonstrate your return journey plan by submitting copies of return journey tickets or funds to purchase the tickets
    • Establish that you have no criminal history
    • Demonstrate that you will not be a risk to people in Canada
    • Be ready for a medical examination
  • Q. What is the Canadian Working Holiday Visa?

    Young adults explore Canadian Working Holiday Visa to experience the beautiful nature and warm culture. It allows them to work and travel with no restrictions of occupation or location. They can acquire professional work experience in Canada to boost their careers. The program is available for young individuals between the ages of 18 and 35 years from participating countries. The validity of the Canadian Working Holiday Visa is twelve months. It may change as per the agreement between countries.

  • Q. How does a Canadian Caregiver Visa operate?

    Qualified workers keen to provide care to the elderly, disabled, and children can benefit from the Live-in Caregiver Program. The eligibility of the program is subject to meeting the following criteria:

    • The employer receives a positive Labor Market Impact Assessment
    • Having post-secondary level education credentials
    • Completion of a six-month training course or one-year full-time relevant work experience
    • Having satisfactory language abilities to communicate in English and French
  • Q. Does the Temporary Visa allow studying in Canada?

    Having a Permanent Visa permits the individual to study in Canada for a maximum of six months. You must obtain a Study Permit to pursue a study program exceeding six months.

  • Q. Is it permissible to work in Canada with a Temporary Visa?

    One cannot work in Canada with a Temporary Visa as a thumb rule. Certain duties may be exempt from the requirement of a work permit. Individuals who arrive in Canada as Temporary Foreign Workers must apply for a Work Permit.

  • Q. What is the approximate period to process a Temporary Visa in Canada?

    The time to obtain a Temporary Visa in Canada can be between a couple of days and a month depending upon the individual’s background. Applicants with a record of visiting Canada in the past ten years may have to wait for 2 to 4 weeks from the date of application before securing Temporary Visa.

    The waiting period can drastically reduce to a couple of days if the home country has strong ties with Canada and has a history of visiting Canada in the past ten years.

  • Q. How become a Permanent Resident if I have a Canadian Student Visa?

    Studying in Canada is an appropriate way to immigrate to Canada as a Permanent Resident through the Express Entry system. Obtain a Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWPP) after the study program. The Canadian work experience is helpful to improve your CRS score in Express Entry. A higher ranking helps you to get an Invitation to Apply through the Express Entry draw.

  • Q. Where should one submit the Canada work permit application?

    You can submit your Canada Work Permit application by using the following options:

    • Online applications – Access the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) portal to submit an online application
    • Paper application – You can submit a paper application to the local Visa Application Center
  • Q. What are the Canada work permit requirements?

    The following are general requirements one should meet to become eligible to obtain a Canada Work Permit:

    • Ability to prove to the immigration officer that you will leave Canada as your Work Permit is about to expire
    • Prove that you have sufficient funds to support yourself and your family’s living expenses and return journey
    • Demonstrate that you are a law-abiding person. A police clearance certificate may be necessary.
    • Prove that you will not be a security risk to people in Canada
    • Be ready for a medical exam to prove that you are in a good health
    • Convince the immigration officials that you will work for eligible employers only
    • Be in a position to arrange for additional documents or pieces of evidence if necessary

    Other requirements depend upon the specific Work Permit program and the place of application.

  • Q. What is the procedure to obtain a work permit in Canada?

    The procedure to apply for a Work Permit in Canada differs as per the type of Work Permit. Your eligibility, job offer, and work experience are important deciding factors to choosing an appropriate Work Permit. These are two main types of Work Permits:

    • Open Work Permit – The applicant can work for any employer in Canada. The employer need not procure a Labor Market Impact Assessment.
    • Employer-specific Work permit – The employer-specific Work Permit mandates the applicant to work for a specific employer with or without LMIA approval.

    Following is the general process to obtain a Canada Work Permit

    • Select an appropriate Work Permit Plan
    • Ensure that you are eligible to enter Canada by fulfilling the requirements to obtain a work permit
    • Submit the online application to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
    • Attach necessary documents and evidence
    • Pay appropriate application fees.
  • Q. How do I know if I am inadmissible to Canada?

    One may become inadmissible to Canada because of several reasons. The inadmissibility can be criminal or medical inadmissibility.

    • Criminal inadmissibility- A history of a criminal conviction can make you inadmissible to Canada
    • Medical inadmissibility- Having a medical condition that may be severe or communicable can render the individual inadmissible to Canada

    Speak to us to resolve any inadmissibility issue because it can lead to refusal of your application

  • Q. Will I be able to travel to Canada with a criminal conviction?

    An individual who takes adequate precautions may not face any adverse situation while traveling to Canada with a criminal conviction. You will require a valid Temporary Resident Permit for traveling to Canada. One need not have a specific permit upon obtaining a finding of Criminal Rehabilitation. The finding removes the issue of inadmissibility permanently from the records.

  • Q. Is it possible to enter Canada with a DUI Conviction on my record?

    Inadmissibility because of DUI conviction can result from the following convictions:

    • DUI- Driving under Influence
    • DWAI- Driving While Ability Impaired
    • OWI- Operating while Intoxicated
    • OMVI- Operating Motor Vehicle while Intoxicated

    Conviction under these offenses will make the individual inadmissible to Canada irrespective of the severity of the crime. The person will be inadmissible whether the act is a misdemeanor or felony. One must analyze the law and its Canadian equivalent to establish criminal inadmissibility. Legal experts make an in-depth analysis to know if a particular DUI conviction will render the person inadmissible.

  • Q. How does one enter Canada with a DUI?

    It is possible to overcome the issue of a DUI while entering Canada by exploring multiple avenues. One may obtain a Temporary Resident Visa to overcome the DUI issue temporarily. A Temporary Resident Permit is suitable to gain entry in Canada by explaining the reason to visit Canada. One has to go through a criminal rehabilitation process to overcome the issue of entering Canada permanently. Application for a finding of the rehabilitation process is only possible five years after completing the sentence.

  • Q. How can someone prove to be deemed rehabilitated?

    Conviction of a non-serious crime that corresponds with a maximum of ten years sentence in Canada can make a person deemed to be rehabilitated over time. It requires completion of more than ten years in addition to reinstatement of the license, payment of fines, and completion of jail term. It is better to obtain a legal opinion letter as an explanation despite the passage of time.

  • Q. Will I be able to enter Canada with a DWI?

    It is possible to enter Canada despite a DWI by meeting specific requirements. A favorable decision on criminal rehabilitation allows you to enter Canada. A Temporary Resident Permit can help you enter Canada by providing the proper purpose of your visit.

  • Q. What is the length of period one should wait before entering Canada in case of a deemed rehabilitation?

    The person is Deemed Rehabilitated if:

    • There is a conviction for a single non-serious offense
    • Ten years period is over after completing the entire sentence
      • It is possible to enter Canada provided the individual is ready to wait for the Deemed Rehabilitation

  • Q. When should I submit a criminal rehabilitation application?

    The period of five years must pass after completing the entire sentence for the single DWI. You will require an application for criminal rehabilitation in case of more than one DWI. It is not possible to be deemed rehabilitated in this case.

  • Q. What convictions can make an individual inadmissible to Canada?

    Any offense under the Canadian Federal Legislation causes inadmissibility to Canada. Criminal inadmissibility applies to any individual who has a conviction outside Canada for which there is an equivalent and punishable offense in Canada.

  • Q. Is it possible to travel to Canada with a criminal record?

    Traveling to Canada with a criminal record is permissible. You may have to consider the following according to the type of conviction:

    • Apply for criminal rehabilitation
    • Obtain a Temporary Resident Permit
    • Procure a legal opinion letter explaining why you are not inadmissible
  • Q. How does the Express Entry System operate?

    The Express Entry System is the crucial driver of Canada’s immigration process targeting skilled workers. It expedites the immigration process of aspiring immigrants who plan to settle in Canada as permanent residents. Applicants submit their profile to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) portal to get a Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS). The system awards points by considering evaluating factors like age and work experience. The selection of the top-ranking candidates in the Express Entry pool is by way of draws.

  • Q. What is the significance of the Express Entry pool?

    Express Entry profiles of the eligible applicants for the immigration programs enter the Express Entry pool. These immigration programs are:

    • Federal Skilled Worker Program
    • Federal Skilled Trade Program
    • Canadian Experience Class
    • Provincial Nominee Program

    Canadian employers and the federal government select top candidates as per CRS scores. The selected candidates receive an Invitation to Apply for permanent residency.

  • Q. How to apply for immigration through the Canadian Express Entry system?

    The Express Entry system selects the most eligible candidates for three skilled worker immigration programs. You need to submit a profile to the IRCC website to apply for the Canadian Express Entry selection. The following documents are necessary while creating the Express Entry Profile:

    • Valid passport or another travel document
    • Language proficiency test results
    • Proof of funds
    • Proof of Canadian education credentials or ECA report
    • Canadian job offer (if available)
    • Provincial nomination certificate (if available)
  • Q. How does the Express Entry system facilitate the selection of skilled foreign workers?

    The Express Entry system aims at reinforcing Canada’s labor market to ensure Canada’s long-term economic growth objectives. It also expedites the application processing times to six months.

    The Express Entry Selection system works with Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to manage applications for permanent residency through skilled worker programs and a section of Provincial Nominee Programs.

    The selection of top-ranking candidates is according to skills, age, education, work experience, and language abilities. Canadian employers can select candidates through the system as per their requirements. Candidates apply directly for permanent residency after successful selection.

  • Q. How does the Express Entry System, select candidates?

    The Comprehensive Ranking System ranks the profiles of candidates in the Express Entry Pool. The CRS considers various parameters like education, work experience, age, and language abilities to determine your ranking. The system also uses parameters like valid job offer with LMIA approval and provincial nomination. The Express Entry System determines a minimum cut-off score periodically. Candidates who rank above the cut-off receive an Invitation to Apply for a Permanent Residency.

  • Q. How long will my profile remain in the Express Entry pool?

    Twelve months is the maximum period a candidate’s profile can remain in the Express Entry Pool. The candidate may create a new Express Entry profile after 12 months if they do not receive an Invitation to Apply.

  • Q. Does Quebec select skilled foreign workers using the Express Entry system?

    Quebec does not use the Express Entry System to select skilled workers. The province is one among three Canadian provinces that implement individual selection procedures. You may consider immigrating to Canada as a Quebec Selected Worker through the following stages:

    • Apply directly to the Quebec Government and receive a Certificate of Selection.
    • Apply to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada for permanent residency by using the Quebec Selection Certificate
  • Q. Can you use Express Entry to apply to the Provincial Nominee Program?

    One can apply to the Provincial Nominee Program by creating an Express Entry Profile. You can choose one of the following options to secure a Provincial nomination.

    First option:

    • Get in touch with the province and use their Express Entry System to apply for the provincial nomination.
    • Create or update your Express Entry profile if the province is ready to nominate you.
    • You will receive a nomination through your account. Use the online method to accept the nomination.

    Second option:

    • Create your Express Entry Profile and indicate your interest in specific provinces and territories
    • Contact the provincial authorities directly if it sends you a notification of interest.
    • Apply to the Express Entry System of the particular province
    • You will receive a nomination to the account for accepting through the online system

    You will need to have your profile in the Express Entry pool in both cases.

  • Q. Can I qualify for the Express Entry draw if I am a pharmacist?

    Yes, the pharmacist is a high-skill job and is in great demand in Canada. It allows you to immigrate through Federal Skilled Worker Program by choosing the NOC 3131. You can use the Express Entry system to expedite your immigration process.

  • Q. Do I qualify for the Express Entry draw as an engineer?

    Yes, you can consider the Express Entry system to fast-track your immigration through the skilled worker category. Engineers can use relevant NOC categories such as 2131 to submit a profile to the Express Entry pool.

  • Q. Can I qualify for the Express Entry draw as adentist?

    Yes, dentists qualify for the Express Entry draw. You can leverage the Express Entry system to immigrate to Canada. You are eligible to immigrate under the Federal Skilled Worker Program as the classification of dentists is skill type A of the NOC category.

  • Q. Can I qualify for the Express Entry draw as a cook?

    Yes, you are eligible to use the Express Entry system to immigrate to Canada as a cook. Cooks are high skilled workers. The job of a cook has NOC category B. Having your profile in the Express Entry will accelerate your immigration under the Federal Skilled Worker program.

  • Q. Am I eligible for the Express Entry draw if I am a nurse?

    Yes, nurses are in great demand in Canada. They are classified on the NOC list code 3012 and qualify for the Express Entry system. The Express Entry system will expedite your immigration under the Federal Skilled Worker program.

  • Q. What is a Canadian Provincial Nominee Program?

    The Canadian Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a crucial pathway to permanent residency, focusing on specific provinces and territories of Canada. A Provincial Nominee Program boosts economic growth while improving the demography.

    It enables aspiring immigrants to settle in chosen provinces. The participant provinces can nominate eligible immigrants to obtain permanent residency.

  • Q. Which provinces participate in the Canadian Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)?

    The following provinces participate in the Provincial Nominee Program:

    • Alberta
    • British Columbia
    • Manitoba
    • New Brunswick
    • Newfoundland and Labrador
    • Northwest Territories
    • Nova Scotia
    • Ontario
    • Prince Edward Island
    • Saskatchewan
    • Yukon

    Quebec implements a unique selection system that is different from other provinces.

  • Q. Can candidates apply for Permanent Residency simultaneously through Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) and Express Entry?

    Yes, one can apply for Permanent Residency through Express Entry and Provincial Nomination Program both at the same time. It is a suitable option to increase the CRS score. One should select ‘all provinces’ in the Express Entry system. You may receive notification of interest if any province is ready to nominate you. Use the nomination to boost your CRS score by 600 points.

  • Q. How long does it take to obtain Permanent Residence after applying in response to the Invitation to Apply (ITA)?

    You will get sixty days to apply for Permanent Residence after receiving an Invitation to Apply. The immigration authorities will process your complete application for Permanent Residency. It takes six months or less for the processing of your PR application.

  • Q. Is Provincial Nomination mandatory for Canadian Immigration?

    No, the Provincial Nominee Program is an option to accelerate immigration if individual desires to migrate to a particular province. One can obtain a Permanent Residency without a Provincial Nomination.

  • Q. How a Provincial Nomination can be beneficial to me?

    The provincial nomination expedites our application for immigration to Canada. It is a suitable option to qualify for permanent residency. The provincial nomination helps boost your CRS score in the Express Entry system by 600 points ensuring an Invitation to Apply.

  • Q. When and where does a Permanent Residency application get submitted through the Provincial Nominee Program?

    The government of the relevant province receives the application for permanent residency through the Provincial Nominee Program.

  • Q. How does the Provincial Nomination Program operate in relationship with the Express Entry system?

    The provinces have permission to nominate a certain number of applicants through Express Entry to fulfill labor market requirements. These are ‘enhanced nominations’. You qualify to get 600 additional points in the CRS score with an enhanced nomination. You can enter the Express Entry pool after securing a provincial nomination. You may obtain Provincial Nomination following submission of profile to Express Entry pool and update the profile accordingly.

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