Immigration Q&A

This section of the 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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    Can I travel to Canada with my work permit?

    You may hold a work permit, but your visa is expired. Can you still travel to Canada with a TRV?

    Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR)

    The Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) form is an important document that reflects an immigration category code among other key information about your permanent residence in Canada.

    Travel history for Canadian visitor visa

    Does travel history affect your chances of receiving a visitor visa in Canada? Let’s explore the answer from a legal point of view.

    What is an IRCC number?

    IRCC number could refer to many things including but not limited to an application number. However, there is no official definition.

    Is CHB (Canada Housing Benefit) social assistance?

    Is CHB (Canada Housing Benefit) social assistance for the purpose of immigration to Canada? Will CHB jeopardize an application?

    You must leave Canada immediately!

    The harsh phrase of “you must leave Canada” is not a removal order necessarily. However, you must know your options.

    settlement service most accessed by immigrants

    What is the settlement service most accessed by immigrants in Canada?

    To support the settlement and integration of newcomers, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) provides funding to third-party organizations to […]

    Time limits for IRB Canada – Meeting the deadlines

    IRB time limits in Canada affect how you may proceed with an immigration or refugee hearing at ID, IAD, RPD, or RAD divisions.

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