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Study Visa

If you’re looking to be an international student, choose Canada! For one, Canada is the most educated country in the world with more than half of the students completing their education. If that’s not enough reason to choose Canada as a study destination, it’s also affordable compared to that of the U.S., and U.K. With an estimate of over 130,000 international students every year, you can be one too. Learn how to get a Canada study permit and be well on your way to a brighter future.

Get accepted to a Canadian university

Before applying for the permit, the first thing you’ll need to do is be enrolled at a Designated Learning Institution (DLI). Since the pandemic, there has been a slight change and the university you apply to needs to be on the list of DLI with an approved COVID-19 readiness plan. But not to worry as there are many affordable tertiary institutions in Canada to choose from.

Work in Canada as a Student

Studying in Canada offers a great opportunity for anyone wanting a world-class education while also earning money and gaining valuable work experience. Whether you choose to work on-campus at your university or college or off-campus, international students in Canada have the incredible option of doing both without needing a Canadian work visa. Here's how you can work in Canada as a student.

Work Visa

Canada temporary work visas are given to those people who have a job offer in Canada and will work for up to 6 months and can also be renewed to 4years. To get this visa, the person must present a valid job offer letter from an employer and qualify for a temporary visa. If the applicant doesn’t have a valid job he or she can work with the Certified ICCRC AGENT SUPERVISING The immigration process. Temporary Residence Permit. This permit is for people who need to go to Canada for different purposes but are otherwise not admissible for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV). This permit is issued only for the length of time that the person needs to be in Canada, for example 2 weeks for a workshop.

Working Holiday Visa

The Canada Working Holiday Visa is given to young people from 30 countries, so they can work in Canada and travel. It is a random selection visa which means that applicants will submit their applications and wait to be randomly selected to apply for the work permit.

The Closed Work Visa and permit is a Canadian Authorized Work Visa and permit with which you can work in Canada for 4 years, is issued to a foreign worker to work in the specific position and for the specific employer that are listed on the LMIA but in this case you will not get a job offer or job post till you come to Canada 🇨🇦 then you search and get a job but the Open/specific work visa and permit is also a Canadian Authorized work visa and on the other hand, lets foreign workers work in any position, for any employer, anywhere in Canada but in this case you will get a job offer before or during the process of the visa, and also get job post and benefits like accommodation before arrival to Canada 🇨🇦, although you are not stuck to a particular city or location , you can move and still get job at different location or city when you choose to.

Visit Visa

Before immigrating to a new country, it's advisable to see what the atmosphere is like first. For this reason, we recommend a Visitor Visa to those who want to do the exploring on their own terms before making big decisions. Canada's Visitor Visa, or Canadian Tourist Visa, is required for applicants who want to enter Canada on a temporary basis, whether it be to visit family or see the country as a tourist. There are two types of Canadian Visitor Visas, one for single entry and another for multiple-entry use. Single entry visas are granted for a period of up to 6 months while the maximum validity date for multiple-entry visitor visas is up to 10 years or one month prior to the expiry date on the passport or re-entry visa (whichever date comes first). You'll only need a multiple-entry visa when travelling in and out of Canada, for example, you may land in Canada, travel to countries in South America, and fly back to Canada again to travel home from there.

Why Visit Canada?

As the second-largest country in the world, Canada has no shortage of breathtaking natural wonders and cosmopolitan cities for travellers to explore. From coast to coast, the country offers authentic experiences and opportunities for cultural immersion. There is a rich history that has melded together colonial and indigenous traditions to form a diverse immigrant society. Discover the highest tides in the world at the Bay of Fundy in the East along with the wildlife that inhabits the rare, temperate rainforests on the West coast. Canada is the perfect place for nature-lovers and city-slickers alike to go away on vacation.

In central Canada, you will hear the roaring sound of Niagara Falls where you can go on boat trips along the river, taking in amazing views of the misty cliffs. Your visit wouldn’t be complete without spending time in either Toronto, Vancouver, or Montreal, all bustling, world-class international cities that host many events such as music festivals and traditional parades. For those who are interested in venturing out to the wilder side of Canada’s Maritime Provinces in the east, the beauty of Gros Morne National Park will astound you. Along with the rich heritage that cities like Halifax and St John’s provide, Canada’s North gives visitors the opportunity to see creatures like caribou and polar bears in the wild. Here you can also join countless other visitors that are heading up into the Arctic Circle, hoping to see the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). Do all this and more with your Canadian tourist visa or opt to start planning your immigration to this welcoming nation.

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