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Canada Visa Types

The visa application process in Canada is not easy. There are many requirements to meet and many types of visas from which travelers can choose. If you take the time to research and learn about travel options, you'll be more likely to successfully complete the application process.
Read the article and find more information about Canadian visa types as well as the conditions you need to meet when choosing a visa type. Depending on the purpose of the trip, it can be a tourist visa, a student visa, a temporary work visa, a courtesy visa, a business visa, a diplomatic visa and many others.

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Temporary Canadian Visas

Canadian temporary visas are issued to foreign visitors who wish to visit Canada for a short period of time. The Canadian government regulates the maximum length of stay, usually no more than 6 months.
By applying for a temporary visa, you can obtain a single or multiple entry visa. Below are the available sub-categories of temporary Canadian visas.

Tourist Visa

Tourist visa, also known as tourist visa, is for visitors who want to enter Canada for tourism purposes. This document allows you to go on vacation, visit family and go sightseeing.

ETA

AVE Canada is an electronic visa launched by the Canadian government to allow travelers from eligible countries to enter Canada by air quickly and without cumbersome procedures. This type of visa is for tourism, business or transit purposes.

Super Visa

Canadian Super Visa applicants are parents, grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents who want to visit relatives. This Canadian visa can be valid for up to 10 years.

Diplomatic and Official Visa

This temporary visa is for diplomatic personnel who are officially visiting Canada to carry out the duties of their position.

Courtesy Visa

Courtesy visas are issued to travelers who are unable to obtain diplomatic and official visas. However, their positions are also important, such as those of traveling diplomats.

Business Visa

People who come to Canada for business-related activities but are not participating in the job market must apply for a business visa. These will be visits related to investment, business development, to Canadian companies outside Canada, prospecting for customers, etc.

Facilitation Visa

Travelers who have Canadian citizenship but do not hold a passport from this country and have citizenship from another country will be granted visa facilitation. Permits will be issued for other nationalities of the applicant due to difficulty in obtaining a Canadian passport.

Student Visa

This visa is for students who intend to study at a Canadian university for more than 6 months. When staying in the country for less than 6 months, a Canadian tourist visa is sufficient, but after this period, students must apply for a student visa.

Temporary Work Visa

Visitors who plan to come to Canada to work and will not stay in the country for more than 6 months should apply for a temporary work visa. To obtain this type of permit, the applicant must submit a letter from a Canadian company with a job offer to apply for the visa.

Working Holiday Visa

Working Holiday Visa is another type of visa for young people who want to come to Canada for work and tourism purposes. The Canadian Embassy can only issue this visa to selected applicants. Randomly selected individuals can work temporarily in Canada and combine this with traveling around the country.

Canadian Permanent Residence Visa

People who want to become permanent residents of Canada and live, work or raise a family in this country must apply for a permanent residence visa (immigrant visa). Below are the different types of immigrant visas classified according to the conditions the applicant must meet.

Start-up Visa Program

This permanent residency is only granted to those who can contribute to the Canadian economy and have a minimum of 300,000 CAD. Applicants must be prepared to operate at least 1/3 of a business in Canada and recruit staff for 3 years.

Immigrant Investor Program

This program is aimed at investors with a minimum capital of CAD$800,000 and are willing to invest half this amount (CAD$400,000). Within five years, it will be returned by the Canadian government.

Program for skilled workers selected by Quebec (PTQQ)

This program is aimed at French speakers with experience in fields in demand in the province of Quebec. If your occupation is needed in this area of Canada and you have an excellent French level. In this case, you may go through a Canadian visa application and obtain a permanent visa to this country.

Family-Sponsorship Program

This permanent stay option may be used by Canadian citizens' relatives (parents, spouses, children, etc.) who want to immigrate to Canada and live with their family members.

Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP)

This Canadian permanent visa program was launched to allow qualified caregivers to live and carry out their duties in the country. These may be people who care for children, people with disabilities or the elderly living in private residences in Canada.

Express Entry Visa

Canadian authorities have launched the Express Entry visa program to allow people with specific qualifications and skills to stay in Canada permanently.

  1. Federal Skills Program (FSTP)
    Federal Skills Program (FSTP) is for skilled and experienced tradespeople in plumbing, welding, mechanical engineering, ironwork, and more.
  2. Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
    The Canada Ce visa category can be issued by experienced individuals and qualified employees in occupations that are in demand in Canada. The needs of Canadians are changing, so it is important to check the current state of the Canadian labor market.
  3. Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
    This visa program allows low-skilled and semi-skilled employees to live and work in Canada. These people are sent to places where someone's work can significantly contribute to the situation in the territory.
  4. Canadian Experience Category
    Another Express Entry visa category is the Canadian Experience visa, issued to students and workers on temporary visas. Thanks to their work and study experience, they have settled in Canada and wish to stay there for a long time.

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