The Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), issues a document, confirming that a Canadian cannot fill the job in question. This document is the Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). LMIA is essential for issuing work permits.
Interested in coming to Canada to study in one of the many Undergraduate, Graduate, Masters or other Technical or Professional study programs? Well along with admission in the course of your choice you will need a Study Permit
The spousal Sponsorship program allows Canadian citizens or permanent residents in Canada to sponsor their partners.
The partner can be a spouse, common-law partner or conjugal partner.
The Parent and grandparent Sponsorship Program allows Canadian Citizens and permanent residents to sponsor and reunite their parents and grandparents.
An opportunity for families to unite. If this route fails Canada Immigration offers the Super Visa Program as an alternative.
Entrepreneur/Investor Programs are temporary Visa categories for International businessmen desirous of doing business in Canada.
Individuals visiting Canada as a final destination or transiting through both require it.
Visa refusals can be disappointing. Canadian Immigration allows applicants to file appeals through various mediums.
Appeals offer hope that refusal of your application is not the end of the line, you have another opportunity to make your case.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) allow provinces to nominate International citizens that bring the talent needed to enhance their key objective of growth.
Applicants who intend to make the particular Province their home and can contribute effectively, to the social and economical growth of the province are eligible under these programs.
Global Case Management System (GCMS) is the most accurate way of obtaining the current status & future processing of your application for Canadian immigration. Apply for GCMS/FOSS Notes. GCMS also carries detailed notes from the officers about your application.