Information on Canadian Immigration

Foreign nationals, including US citizens, are allowed to travel to Canada provided that they satisfy certain eligibility requirements. To qualify to travel to Canada as a non-immigrant, you have to fulfill the requirements of one of the below: an immediate family member of a Canadian citizen, regular visitor who is not a dependent or spouse of a Canadian citizen and who is not a person registered under the Canadian immigration authority. However, you may also be permitted entry if you fall under one of the above categories even though you are not a Canadian citizen. For instance, you are permitted to enter Canada to visit relatives who are not Canadian citizens. If you have an immediate family member who is a Canadian citizen or a Permanent resident of Canada, then you can also apply for immigration. The same applies to any other family member who is not a Canadian citizen.

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However, there are certain points that you need to keep in mind if you wish to travel to Canada on an interim or non-permanent basis. The first step is to confirm your Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status. Once you are sure about this, you are eligible to apply for an immigrant visa.

The next step is to get the Immigration documents which can enable you travel to Canada. In some cases, you may be required to submit a letter of recommendation from a person who has a tie with the Canadian government or an investment firm or a bank. This letter of recommendation should be from an authorized organization that deals with immigration issues. Such organizations may be authorized by the government of Canada or the government of India where your ties with them are genuine.

You must remember that you are not eligible for a work permit unless you have a job offer supported by at least ten thousand dollars a year. Also, if you wish to bring a spouse and children with you, they cannot stay with you while you are working. So, if you have family in Canada, you should be able to include them in your work permit. Besides these basic requirements, there are other provisions that are meant to govern the right of an immigrant to Canada. For instance, you will be prohibited from entering Canada if you are a convicted criminal or if you have entered Canada three years earlier than the proposed date of your departure.

There are some people who do not have any papers to prove their identity, but they want to enter Canada. In such cases, they can apply for a temporary resident visa or a passport. However, they should remember that this would not help them to travel to Canada even when the time comes when they are eligible for the immigration papers. The best option is to go in for a Canadian citizenship or a permanent resident card. In order to apply for one, you should be able to prove that you belong to the Canadian citizenship community. As long as you fulfill the criteria, this card will help you to get a passport and travel to Canada.

As per the laws of Canada, those who intend to enter Canada must first apply for a visa. If you are eligible, you can get your visa on the basis of your relationship with Canada. If you have a Canadian partner or an adult child who has a valid passport, you can also get entry requirements waived. Moreover, if you have another country’s citizenship or permanent residence card, you can also apply for an entry requirements waiver.

The federal government has been making it possible to bring more immigrants into Canada by changing the immigration rules and by introducing various legislations. One of these legislations introduced in 2001 is known as the Indian Act and this legislation allows Indian national to move to Canada provided that they have acquired the consent of the foreign nationals who live in Canada. The Indian Act also amended the Immigration Rules, so as to provide more detailed information on the process of obtaining work and study permits.

An immigrant may obtain a work permit or study permit either by proving their ability to find work or by proving their ability to study. A tourist who wishes to travel to Canada cannot be asked to prove his or her ability to find work. However, it is important to note that if you intend to work in Canada, you will be asked to have yourself vaccinated against Hepatitis C, measles, rubella, mumps, and anything related to the prevention of communicable diseases. In addition to being vaccinated, you will also be required to undergo a background check.