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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    Canada travel restrictions: Uniting with a temporary resident

    Uniting with a temporary resident in Canada could be challenging because of travel restrictions. However, some exemptions apply.

    Forging documents for immigration to Canada

    Forging documents for immigration to Canada or any other interactions with the immigration authorities could have significant consequences.

    The prevailing wage for LMIA applications

    The prevailing wage in LMIA applications plays a significant role. Canadian employers may not offer a salary below this amount.

    Can I hide information while immigrating to Canada?

    Hiding information from Canadian immigration officers could have serious consequences. Know your options before any application!

    Rehabilitation vs Record Suspension in immigration to Canada

    This article compares rehabilitation and record suspension in immigration to Canada when it comes to criminal inadmissibility.

    What is an Acknowledgement of Receipt (AOR) in immigration Canada?

    Acknowledgement of Receipt or AOR is a document that reflects when the immigration authorities received your written application.

    Category codes on a Canadian visa counterfoil – GCMS and CAPIS codes on visa stickers

    Category codes on a Canadian visa counterfoil could be confusing. This article presents a comprehensive list of the codes and their meaning.

    How to submit a Canada work permit application

    The answer to how to submit a Canada work permit application depends on where you are applying for the work permit.

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