A visitor is a person who wants to come to Canada to work, study or visit. A visitor is not a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Every visitor, unless exempted, must obtain a visa before arriving. All visitors who require a visa must have the visa when appear at a port of entry.
A visitor visa may be for single-entry or multiple-entry use. Single-entry visas may be issued up to six months before the expected date of travel. The maximum validity date for multiple-entry visitores is up to ten years or one month prior to the expiry date on the passport/re-entry visa, whichever is earlier. POE officers will routinely grant entry for a period of six months to a person requesting entry as a visitor.
A foreign national who has an immigrant visa already in process is not prohibited from applying for a temporary resident visa.
A business visitor is someone who is looking into starting a business. They are unable to work in Canada and are unable to access the labor market.
If you have the mentioned conditions or you have decided to immigrate but you don’t know which method is right for you, you can complete the Parsis initial evaluation form so that after your conditions have been reviewed and confirmed by the Parsis team of lawyers, one of our experts will contact you as soon as possible .
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