Immigration Q&A

This section of the settler.ca website is dedicated to short Questions and Answers (Q&A) about visas and immigration to Canada. If you have any questions, you may consider posting them below. Of course, we will answer general questions on the website, and for specific answers, we will ask you to book an appointment with our immigration consultant, Al Parsai.

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    Apply for a visa inside Canada | Inland TRV applications

    Under certain circumstances, you may apply for a visa inside Canada. An inland TRV application calls for special considerations.

    Can I travel to Canada with my work permit, study permit, or visitor record?

    Let’s explore if you can travel to Canada with a work permit, study permit, or visitor record. What is the difference between a TRV and a permit?

    First generation citizenship rule in Canada

    The first generation citizenship rule in Canada defines how a person born outside Canada may become a Canadian citizen by birth.

    eCOPR – Electronic Confirmation of Permanent Residence in Canada

    eCOPR is a new option for confirming the permanent residence of immigration applicants inside Canada. You receive your Confirmation of Permanent Residence electronically.

    Permit Holder Class: from TRP to PR

    A Permit Holder Class holds a valid TRP and resides in Canada. If they meet other requirements, they may apply for permanent residence.

    IMP C42 – An open work permit for spouses of international students

    An introduction to IMP C42: a work permit option for an international student’s spouses or common-law partners in Canada!

    IMP C41 – An open work permit for spouses of Temporary Foreign Workers

    IMP C41 allows spouses or common-law partners of temporary foreign workers to receive an open work permit in Canada. However, you must meet the requirements.

    TEER Categories replace Skill Levels in NOC 2021

    TEER categories, a new concept in NOC 2021, stands for Training, Education, Experience and Responsibilities. TEER vs. Skill Types!

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