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5 of the Best Canada Vacation Packages You Must Experience

December 21, 2012 / /

The best Canada vacation packages will move you effortlessly from one juncture to the next during your time away from work. Vacations are so much more enjoyable when they flow without those interruptions that remind you that you are away from home. Instead, they should feel just like your normal life, only without any worry […]

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How to Reapply for a Canadian Tourist Visa After Being Rejected

October 5, 2012 / /

Canadian tourist visas can be very difficult to get. If you apply for one, you could find that your application has been rejected. So, what can you do? Reapplying after any Canadian visa denial is always an option. Don’t forget this option, even though being denied a Canadian visa can be very frustrating and upsetting. […]

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7 Ways to Get Visas to Work in Canada

July 27, 2012 /

The government of Canada is continuously implementing programs that will help Canadian employers to meet the challenges in labor demand, new market developments, and the increasing innovations locally and globally. The programs are carried out bearing the concept that immigrants, foreign workers, foreign students, Canadian residents who are citizens of other countries can contribute to […]

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Is It Better To Apply For a One-Time or Multiple-Entry Canadian Visa?

May 4, 2012 / /

In order to visit, study or conduct business in Canada, people from many different countries need to apply for a visitor’s visa (for a list of countries whose citizens who do and do not require a visitor visa click here). In Canada, a visitor visa is also called a Temporary Resident Visa or a Temporary […]

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How to Visit Canada to Get Married – Same Sex Marriage

April 3, 2012 / /

Canada is a country where one can avail easier regulations in case of marriage. In 2005, Canada became one of the few countries in the world to legalize same-sex marriage. It is the fourth country in the whole world to allow same-sex marriage. Since then, many same-sex couples from abroad have visited Canada to get married because […]

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New 10 Year Multiple Entry Visas

July 1, 2011 / /

According to Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney, a new, easier way to travel to Canada is coming soon with the 10-year multiple entry visa. “More applications and higher expectations mean that Citizenship and Immigration Canada needs a more responsive and flexible processing system,” said Minister Kenney. “To achieve that, the department is providing […]

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UAE Raises Visa Fees for Canadian Travelers

December 30, 2010 / /

Canadian Travelers May Have to Pay Up to $1,000 for Visas Canadians traveling to the United Arab Emirates may be facing higher fees as the UAE has changes its fee structure for visas. A 30-day visa now costs $250, a 90-day visa costs $500 and a six-month, multiple-entry visa costs $1,000, which is a very […]

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Why Was My Canadian Tourist Visa Refused?

August 5, 2010 / /

Canadian Tourist Visa Refused? Toronto Star published an article about a Peruvian man, Jorge Sanabria, who was scheduled to deliver a keynote speech at Wilfrid Laurier University in June but denied a tourist visa (temporary resident visa) to Canada without any apparent reason. Regulation 179 is the section of Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act […]

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Temporary Resident Visa

November 3, 2009 / /

We are often approached by people wishing to come to Canada as visitors from all over the world. Many people are surprised to hear that getting a Canadian visitor visa, properly known as a Temporary Resident Visa, can be a challenge. Steps for Applying for a Canadian Visitor Visa In order to qualify, applicants have to […]

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