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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    Implied Status Venezuelan Woman

    Maintained Status – Implied Status Canada while Extending or Changing Status

    If you are in Canada but you apply for the extension of your visa, study permit, or work permit, you may have implied status in Canada.

    Deemed Rehabilitated in Canada – Deemed Rehabilitation

    Despite having a criminal record, you could be deemed rehabilitated under certain circumstances and immigrate or travel to Canada without any issues.

    Claiming Refugee Status

    You may claim refugee status either inside Canada or at a port of entry such as a land crossing or airport. The process is slightly different.

    Register a Business in Canada – For Visa and Immigration Applicants

    Sometimes as a foreign national, you intend to register a business in Canada. However, you must meet the requirements.

    Are My Biometrics Still Valid? – Canada Visa and Immigration

    Unless you are from an exempt group, you need to give biometrics to visit, study, working, or immigrating to Canada. […]

    Three Steps to Work in Canada

    Canada is one of the top 10 economies on earth. No wonder, many people in the world dream to work […]

    Who is a Foreign National with respect to Canada?

    If you wonder who is a foreign national with respect to Canada, then read this article. You will learn about citizens and permanent residents as well.

    How to Get a Visit Visa to Canada (Temporary Resident Visa – TRV)

    Certain nationalities need visitor’s visas (TRV) to enter Canada as visitors (e.g. as tourists, for visiting family members, to attend seminars, etc.).

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