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Federal Skilled Worker

As one of the most popular immigration programs in Canada, the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) effectively brings thousands of immigrants to Canada each year. It provides an opportunity for individuals and their families to immigrate to Canada if they meet the FSWP Eligibility Requirements.

Federal Skilled Worker applications are assessed based on the applicant’s ability to become economically established upon arriving in Canada.

Minimum requirements to apply as a Federal Skilled Worker:

Visitor Visa

Tourist visa is intended solely for tourism purposes and does not allow any type of engagement in business activities. If you want to visit Canada for recreational in nature, then a tourist visa would be the ideal for your travel.

Geographically the second-largest country in the world, Canada is incredible & carries variety of beautiful tourist attraction. You need to get a TRV (temporary resident visa), allowing visitor to enter Canada temporarily for either pleasure or business purpose.

  • Single Entry Visa – Allows the Foreign National only one entry into Canada

  • Multiple Entry Visa – Allows the Foreign National unlimited entry into Canada pending the validity of the Visa

  • Transit Visa – Allows entry to Canada for Foreign Nationals who are traveling and who’s flight or bus stops in Canada for less than forty-eight (48) hours, Only country of origin that requires a visa.

To visit Canada, you must have:

  • Valid passport with minimum 6 months validity left

  • Be in good health

  • Convince an immigration officer that you have ties, such as a job, home, and family that will take you back to your country of origin

  • Satisfy an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your visit.

Types of Temporary Resident Visa:

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