Provincial Nominee Program
Most provinces in Canada have an agreement with the Government of Canada that allows them to nominate immigrants who wish to settle in their respective provinces. A provincial nominee applicant must first apply to the province where he/she wishes to settle and obtain the provincial approval (called Provincial Nominee Certificate). Each participating province has put in place different immigration route schemes to accommodate foreign nationals under this category.
In all cases, the final decision to issue the permanent residence visa rests with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) after an applicant has met all the required conditions.
Temporary Resident Visas may be for single entry or multiple entries. If you need a temporary resident visa, you must apply for one before you enter Canada; you will not be able to get one once you arrive Canada. Some counties do not require a temporary resident visa to either visit or transit through Canada. Send us an email for details.
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