Work / Travel Visa
Want to work and travel to the city of Maple leaf and Need a Travel or Work Visa? Then don’t worry. We are here for you. We will help you out in procuring visa without any hassles.
What are the Types of Canadian Visas?
- Visitor visas.
- Student visas.
- Work visas.
- Permanent Residence visas.
- Business Immigrant visas.
- Express Entry Program visas.
What are the different options for obtaining a Canadian work permit?
- Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP)
- LMIA Work Permits
- Facilitated LMIA (Quebec)
- Global Talent Stream
LMIA-Exempt but requires a job offer or employment contract
- International Mobility Program (IMP)
- LMIA-Exempt Work Permits
- NAFTA Work Permits
- CETA Work Permits
- Intra-Company Transfers
Open Work Permits (no job offer or LMIA required)
- Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWP)
- Spousal Sponsorship from Inside of Canada
- International Experience Canada (IEC)
- Bridging Open Work Permit (BOWP)
- Spouse Accompanying International Student
Immigration Tip: Canadian permanent residents do not require a work permit to work in Canada. PR gives a person the legal rights to live and work anywhere in the Canada. To find out more about permanent immigration options for professional and skilled workers, get in touch with our experts.
How to apply for a Canadian work permit
The application procedure differs depending on which type of work permit you need. The first step for you is to determine which work permit is best for you. If you need help reviewing your application, you may contact us and a member of our team will assist you with scheduling a consultation.
How PR’s can become citizens of Canada?
Permanent residents who want to become a Canadian citizens must meet the following eligibility criteria’s:
- Have lived in Canada for three years (1,095 days) during the five years before you sign and submit your citizenship application. Days physically spent in Canada as a student, visitor, worker, temporary resident, or protected person within the last five years may be used to count one half day, up to 365 days, toward the 1,095 day total;
- Meet the minimum language requirements in either English or French. Applicants between the ages of 18 and 54 will be required to show proof of their language proficiency;
- Possess basic knowledge of a Canadian citizen’s rights and responsibilities, as well as knowledge of Canadian history, geography, and political system in order to pass the Canadian citizen test once their application is approved;
- Must not have a criminal history that will prohibit the granting of Canadian citizenship.