Let our lawyers help you apply for a temporary resident visa in Canada
In Canada, you can obtain a temporary resident visa through a number of different programs. It is important to know the necessary steps to obtain your temporary work visa. Some programs are available only in certain provinces.
Our team of immigration lawyers and consultants is here to assist you every step of the way as you apply to be a temporary resident in Quebec and Canada.
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How to apply for a temporary resident visa in Canada
Temporary resident visas are granted by the Canadian government. There are several different programs for obtaining the status of temporary resident. These programs may be under the jurisdiction of Canada or of specific provinces, like Quebec.
The three primary pathways to obtain a temporary resident visa are:
- Work Permit: There are several types of work permits, with or without a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) requirement. These permits can be closed or open, as is the case for the Working Holiday Vis
- Study Permit: for international students to study at a designated learning institution in Canada. This permit can lead to obtaining temporary resident status.
- Visitor Visa: You are considered a temporary resident while visiting Canada. In most cases, you will need a visa for non-resident to obtain a to enter Canada.
There are other programs to obtain temporary residency, including Mobilité Francophone, Express Entry (Federal Skilled Workers Program, International Experience Canada, Federal Skilled Trades Program), the Start-Up Visa and Self-employed Persons Program. These processes can be complicated, but an immigration expert can help guide you.
Who can apply for a temporary resident visa to Quebec and Canada?
Any person eligible for one of the provincial or federal programs must respect the program’s specific conditions and the conditions of the province, when necessary.
Nadia Barrou Law Firm can help you with your application. Our team of lawyers will look at your profile, qualifications, skills and intentions in Canada and advise you on the province and program best suited to your situation.
Nadia Barrou and her legal team will help you apply for a temporary resident visa
Our versatile team of specialized immigration lawyers, consultants and paralegals will oversee your application for a temporary resident visa and guide you every step of the way.
Our firm will look at your profile and your file in order to advise you on the best strategy for your application. Together we will decide which programs in Canada and Quebec are right for you. Contact us today!