e-APR is a relatively new concept in the world of immigration to Canada. This article explains e-APR in detail.
Some work permit applications in Canada qualify for two-week processing. However, you must know the criteria and the realities.
A transitional work permit that lasts a few weeks is a new measure in Canada for temporary foreign workers, but what does it mean?
Can international students quit studying in Canada, and if yes, what are the potential consequences for them?
Some Canadian immigration forms refer to “dependent type A B C.” This article explains who these dependents are.
The “permit vs visa in Canada” article is an effort to designate these two important Canadian immigration elements from each other.
The standard of proof in the context of immigration and citizenship in Canada plays a significant role. Let’s explore this concept.
A temporary file number in the Canadian immigration system could be confusing. Why IRCC issues these numbers, and what do they mean?