Proving your common-law status in order to sponsor your partner is often the most confusing part of a Canadian immigration application. It’s not enough to tell IRCC that you are common-law, you must provide evidence to demonstrate it.
Planning a trip to Canada is an exciting process, and often a temporary resident or visitor’s visa is needed in order to turn your plans into reality. An invitation letter is a key component of a visitor’s visa application – do it well and your chances for success dramatically increase; but do it poorly and your application is doomed to fail. In this post, you will learn how to write an invitation letter that really makes a positive difference in your application for a Canadian visa.
Every four years, as the American political cycle approaches another Presidential election, our office receives an increase in enquiries from Americans who want to understand how to move to Canada. In 2020, with the coronavirus pandemic and civil unrest in many major American cities, we have seen an unprecedented number of enquiries from people living in the US who want to move to Canada – ASAP!
A working holiday visa in Canada is completely open, which gives you a lot of freedom in terms of when, where and what kind of work to do. But like anything in life, just because something is possible, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a good idea! There is a lot to consider before deciding that self-employment is the best option for your time spent working in Canada. Read on to ensure that you understand the immigration limitations of working as self-employed using your working holiday permit.
Living in Canada is great, but it can be difficult when you have left your loved ones back home. Having your parents or grandparents travel to Canada to spend time with your family provides so many benefits both to you and to them. The process of applying for their visas can be confusing and it’s important that you make the right choices, because refusals can be difficult to overcome. This post explains the different types of temporary visas available to parents and grandparents and describes the circumstances when each type of visa is appropriate.
One of the most difficult things about immigrating to another country is the separation from friends and family in your home country. It’s exciting to think about having your parents or grandparents join you in Canada for an extended period of time, and a properly prepared Super Visa application can make that possible. In this article, we provide our best tips to help you maximize the benefit that your family will obtain from the Super Visa process.