If you are visiting Canada on a visitor visa it is very difficult to turn that visitor visa into permanent residency. In most cases, you would not be able to meet the requirements for permanent residency while in Canada on a visit. In cases where you are able to successfully turn a visitor visa into […]Continue Reading
Canada Tourist Information
The latest news about Canadian tourist visas, which is a type of Temporary Resident Visa that is an official document issued by a Canada visa office. It is then placed in your passport to show that you have met the requirements for admission to Canada as a temporary resident. Tourist visas are also known as visitor visas. There are different types of visitor visas and a certain amount of time a person is allowed to reside in Canada. For more questions on visitor visas/tourist visas, visit our page on Canada visitor visas.
What is Collision? Collision is a tech conference held in Toronto, Canada. It is the fastest- growing tech conference in North America and is now entering its fifth year. 25,000 attendees participated in the 2019 Collision conference held from May 20-23. This 2019 Collision was the first time that the conference had been held in […]Continue Reading
When traveling to a new country, there are many questions that come to mind. If you aren’t prepared the correct way, you could run into some difficult situations. Here, we will discuss everything you need to know about visiting Ontario, Canada to ease your trip in order for you to have the best time! What […]Continue Reading
Secrets to a successful visitor visa application. A lot of people who are applying for a Canadian visitor visa are nervous whether or not they will succeed. Will they get a visa? Will they get refused? After all, applying for a visitor visa can be nerve-wracking. What You Need to Know About Canadian Visitor Visas […]Continue Reading
The Government of Canada has introduced a new mandatory travel requirement for the majority of persons arriving in Canada by air. Applications are open now and beginning on March 15, 2016, visitors to Canada arriving by air (including those merely traveling through) will be required to have an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) from the Government […]Continue Reading
Are you a foreign national who wants to come and visit Canada? Before you make plans to travel to Canada, you should look into whether or not you require a visitor visa to do so. Whether or not you require a visitor visa to come to Canada depends on your country of citizenship, not your […]Continue Reading
Type of Case: Visitor Visa from Outside Canada Details of the Case: The applicant was recently married to her Canadian citizen husband and wished to be able to come visit in Canada to not only to sightsee, but also to determine what life might be like in Canada. How the Firm Helped: As the applicant […]Continue Reading
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 […]Continue Reading
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. […]Continue Reading
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 […]Continue Reading
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