Canadian Visa Types
Canada Business Visas enable potential investors, entrepreneurs, business owners, and/or self-employed immigrants with the desired business abilities to immigrate to Canada.
Canada's Express Entry Program is the fast-track system to Canada permanent residency, introduced by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) agency in January 2015.
Canada's Provincial Nominee Program is aimed at people who have the knowledge, academic and professional experience to contribute to Canada's economy in a specific province or territory.
Canada's Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIPP) was launched by Canada's federal government in 2017 to help employers hire qualified workers for jobs they were unable to fill locally.
Canada's Visitor Visa, also referred to as a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), allows you to enter Canada for travel purposes, family visitation and business inquiries.
Canada's Student Visa means receiving internationally recognized education from some of the top institutions in the world. You will also be part of diverse communities, experience open spaces, fascinating wildlife, a safe living environment and more.
Canada IEC Working Holiday Visa is one of the most popular programs for people who want to work and travel in Canada. The IEC Working Holiday Visa is valid for up to 24 months.