WHAT IS A VISA?
Is an official authorization appended to a passport, permitting entry into and travel within a particular country or region.WHAT IS A WORK PERMIT?
A work permit is a generic term for a legal authorization, which allows a person to take employment. It is most often used in reference to instances where a person is given permission to work in a country where one does not hold citizenship.WHAT IS A TEMPORARY RESIDENT VISA?
A Canadian temporary resident visa is an official document issued by a visa officer. The temporary resident visa is placed in your passport to show that you have met the requirements for admission to a foreign country (Canada or USA) as a visitor, student or temporary worker. It does not guarantee your admission to those countries. When you arrive at the point of entry to a foreign country, an officer from the Border Service Agency will decide if you will be admitted to those countries. A change of circumstances between the time of your application for a temporary resident visa and your arrival in those countries or additional information available could still result in you being refused entry.HOW MANY TYPE OF VISAS ARE IN CANADA AND USA?
Single entry visa - allows you to enter to a foreign country just once. It can also be used for repeat entries from the United States or Saint-Pierre and Miquelon during the time validated for your stay in those countries as long as you do not enter another country. A single-entry visa is normally valid for six months. multiple entry visa - Allows you to enter to those countries as many times as you wish for the time validated for your stay there. transit visa – Is required when you will be in USA for 48 hours or less on your way to another country.HOW TO APPLY FOR A TEMPORARY RESIDENT VISA FOR CANADA O USA?
You need to apply with the kit provided by the Canadian o United States of America embassy. We are responsible to process these applications for you once you retain us.IS MY CURRENT IMMIGRATION STATUS RELEVANT FOR CANADIAN IMMIGRATION PURPOSES?
Yes and no. As a general rule, you must submit your Canada Immigration Visa Application (Application for Permanent Residence in Canada) to the Canadian Immigration Visa Office responsible for the country of your citizenship or to the visa office responsible for the country you are currently residing in if you have been legally admitted to that country for at least one year.WHAT ARE THE PROCESSING TIMES FOR TEMPORARY RESIDENT VISAS FOR CANADA?
Most applications for temporary resident visas for Canada are processed in a month or two maximum.HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE THE TEMPORARY WORK PERMIT FOR CANADA?
Once the companies have an open work permit or LMO approved, in case you are hired they will need to add your name on it, and then you have to submit the application kit to the Canadian Embassy close to you. However, getting the LMO, job offer or work permit could take a few months.