A Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document issued by the Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) which confirms that job in question couldn’t be filled by a Canadian.
If you wish to travel to Canada for tourism or leisure, or to meet your near and dear ones, a Visitor Visa (or better known as a Temporary Resident Visa – TRV) is the right choice for you.
The Parent and grandparent Sponsorship Program as well as the Super Visa Program allow Canadian Citizens and permanent residen6s to sponsor and reunite with parents and grandparents.
Citizens of most countries who are not permanent residents of Canada require a visa to visit Canada even for a short time, as well as to transit (layover/change planes) inside Canada.
Visa refusals can be disappointing. Canadian Immigration allows for various mediums to appeal to make sure that refusal of your application is not the end of the line and you get another chance to make your case.
Applicants who intent to make the particular Province their home and can also contribute effectively, to the social and economical growth of the province are eligible under these programs.