How To Apply For Canadian Temporary Residence Visa
How To Apply For Canadian Temporary Residence Visa. The Canadian temporary visa can be applied through different ways depending on your intentions.
What Is a Temporary Residence Visa
A Temporary resident visa is that which is issued by a Canadian Visa office which indicates that you have actually met the requirements for admission to Canada as a temporary resident. This visa is usually placed on the passport. Example of those who are issued the temporary residents visa is the visitor, student, worker.This visa can only be obtained before living your country.
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The temporary resident visa can be gotten through
1 Applying as a visitor
2 Apply for extension of a work permit.
Applying as a Visitor:
You can extend your stay in Canada by applying as a visitor. Most visitors to Canada cannot work or study in Canada without a permit. You are not allowed to stay in Canada Without a temporary resident visa and change of your status to visitor. if you have not gotten a work permit do not stay in Canada as it will destroy you future applications. If you wish to work or study in Canada, you can apply for a new visitor visa to return to Canada before you leave. This takes about 90-180 days depending on the judgment of the border officers.
Apply For extension Of a work Permit
This is only valid for those with residency applications or a LMO. You can get a new work permit by applying from your home country or another country where you are lawfully admitted. You can apply for a work permit on paper depending on where you are applying from which is inside, outside or as you enter Canada.
Note: If you’re an applicant under the International Experience Canada Program, you can only submit your work permit application online.
How To apply
To apply for Canada Temporary Resident Visa, you must meet the following requirements which are:
- You must satisfy an officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay;
- You must show that you have enough money to maintain yourself and their family members in Canada and to return home;
- not intend to work or study in Canada unless authorized to do so;
- be law abiding and have no record of criminal activity;
- not be a risk to the security of Canada;
- provide any additional document requested by the officer to establish their admissibility;
- be in good health (complete a medical examination if required).
Implied Status for Temporary Residents
If you are a temporary resident and you tend to send an authorization application for an extension of your stay in Canada latest before your status’ expiry date, you will be, as a temporary resident, marked in status till the time of a decision on your application.
From the above details, you should make sure you apply before leaving.