A Canada Visitor Visa or the Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) is a document issued by the Canadian Government to the individuals who wish to enter Canada for a shorter duration. When the applicant has fulfilled all the requirements for admission to Canada as a visitor, the temporary resident visa is issued.
A person with a Canadian work permit or a Canadian Permanent Resident Visa can bring their spouse, common-law partner and dependent children to Canada on Dependent Visa. The dependents can stay in Canada but cannot work in Canada. If a dependent wants to work, they will have to apply for their own separate work permit to work in Canada.
If you are a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident of Canada, you can sponsor your Spouse, Common-law partner and dependent children (under the age of 17years).
This program allows Canadian Provinces and territories to nominate individuals who wish to settle in Canada and show interest in a particular province or a territory. It is an important fast track option to obtain the Canadian Permanent Resident Visa. Every Canadian Province and territory (except Quebec, which has different selection criteria) has their own unique Nominee Programs
The eligibility parameters are based on the type of your application which is either paper-based (non-express entry streams) or the Express Entry (Express Entry Streams) process.
The Canada start-up visa program issues Permanent Resident visas to immigrant entrepreneurs while helping them to become established entrepreneurs in Canada. This program aims to attract and encourage potential immigrant entrepreneurs to grow their companies in Canada. Successful immigrants get in contact with the Canadian private Sector Organizations in Canada, where they receive expert guidance and funding to open and operate their enterprise in Canada.
The main aim of this program is to attract innovative foreign entrepreneurs who will create new jobs and support the economic growth in Canada.
The duration of this program is five years as of now, and if the program proves to be successful then the Canadian Government may choose to make the Canada Start-up visa program permanent before the end of its 5 years period
The Quebec immigration selection system is different from other Canadian Immigration Programs. It is applicable for people who wish to reside in Montreal or any other place in the Province of Quebec.
Applicants who are successful under this program are granted a Quebec Selection Certificate, which is then followed by granting a Canadian Permanent Visa Status.
In order to Qualify for the Quebec Selection Certificate or the (Certificat de sélection du Québec, also known as a CSQ), you must be able to score at least 49 Points if Single and 57 Points if you have a spouse or a common-law partner.
Points are allotted on the basis of the following criteria:
|Educational Qualification||Max. 14 points|
|Area Of Training||Max. 16 points|
|Valid Employment Offer||Max. 10 points|
|Prior Work Experience||Max. 8 points|
|Current Age||Max. 16 points|
|Language Skills||Max. 22 points|
|Stay And Family In Quebec||Max. 8 points|
|Spouse/Common-law partner Characteristics||Upto 17 points|
|Presence Of Accompanying Children||Upto 8 points|
|Financial Self-Sufficiency||1 points|
Quebec Skilled Workers applicants must complete all the medical and security clearances required by the Canadian Government to get their Canada PR Visa.
The processing time for this visa may depend on the Visa officer. There is no fixed duration for this visa.