Types of Canadian Visas And Their Processes
Many people don’t just want to travel but wish to study or migrate to Canada. There are different types of visas depending on the purpose of your visit to Canada. A point to keep in mind is that Canada itself requires immigration. While considering moving there, you should track the benefits and profits that would come along when you migrate to Canada.
You should also know about the immigration options you have and what suits you best; after that, depending on your main objective of moving to Canada and your condition, there would be segregation in choosing which visa type you should apply for. You should have clarity as to what type of visa you should apply for, or else it might take you longer than it ideally should. Below are some of the visas that you can apply for, and they might help you get into the country:
- Skilled worker visa for Canada
In terms of the qualification as a skilled worker, the person applicant should score a minimum of 67 points and also has to prove that they have funds to support not just themselves but their families. Anyone who would successfully fall under the skilled worker category would also be eligible for permanent residency, giving their family members a chance to get permanent residency and permission to work there.
- Canadian skill trades visa
Skilled trade people should be eligible while applying for a permanent residency visa that falls under the federal skilled trades category. The applicants would be ranked in preference of their points scored under the comprehensive ranking system. The person who scores highest also automatically gets an invitation for permanent residency in Canada.
- Family class Canadian visa
Family reunification is a goal that falls under the Canadian immigration policy. People who are Canadian citizens and have been staying in Canada who also are aged 18 years or above might sponsor their family members if anyone wishes to be a resident of Canada as well. Depending on the type of sponsorship, family members can either come down for three years or up to 10 years.
- Studying in Canada
A lot of students are thinking of moving abroad for their higher studies, and most of them prefer migrating to Canada. Somewhere around 1,30,000 students go to study in Canada every year. Canada is also preferred by students for learning French as well as English. International students apply to various schools, universities, and even colleges in Canada. After the application for submission is accepted, the students can apply for a temporary study permit.
- Temporary work permits for Canada
Almost every year, more than 1,50,000 foreign workers enter Canada on a work visa or with a worker tag. They work on temporary grounds that help Canadian employers address skill shortages, where they are not able to find or recruit someone who is a qualified Canadian citizen or a permanent resident. In regards to the job, workers should obtain a temporary work visa before they migrate to Canada.
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