Whether its for business of pleasure, individuals who wish to enter Canada will often need a Temporary Resident Visa. There are, however, exceptions to individuals who come from some countries, who will not require a visa.
It’s important to remember what a Temporary Resident Visa is, and is not. If you are looking to come to Canada to work, a work permit, rather than a Temporary Resident Visa, is what you will likely want to obtain. A Temporary Resident Visa allows you to enter Canadian boarders for a specified time period. If the individual is already within Canada on a Temporary Resident Visa, but wishes to commence employment, they too will have to obtain a Work Permit.
What are the Different Types of Temporary Resident Visas?
In essence, there are 3 types of Temporary Resident Visas:
1) Single Entry Visa
2) Multiple Entry Visa
3) Transit Visa
Each of the above Visa’s have specific uses, and you should pay particular attention to what your end goal is.
Contact our firm to discuss your options.