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visitor visa for Canada is a temporary Canadian Immigration Visa option that allows visiting the country for a maximum of 6 months.

Dependent Visa

Canadian government displays its commitment to keep the families of immigrants together by providing a Dependent visa. This visa lets permanent residents and citizens of Canada whose age is above 18 years to sponsor dependent family members such as children, spouse, parents, common-law partners, and grandparents.

You can sponsor the below-mentioned categories of relatives through the dependent visa for Canada:

  1. Your common law partner or spouse
  2. Your adopted or biological child or the child you intend to adopt
  3. Your brother or sister
  4. The offspring of your siblings
  5. Your grandchildren (who are orphans) or grandparents

We will assist you on the basis of your eligibility to sponsor a family member for a dependent visa.



Canada Business visit Visa

Canada Business Visit Visa is a temporary visa that is given for travel of fewer than 90 days. Business Visitor Visas is strictly for business people to visit Canada for business purposes, like to attend conference or training session, to conduct business with a Canada-based organization, to conduct business negotiations or for an exploratory Business Visit.

Basic Criteria

  1. Candidates must demonstrate that they possess sufficient funds to support themselves and their family for the entire period of their visit.
  2. Candidates must not intend to seek or undertake a job.
  3. Candidates who might stay either with their relatives or friends should also provide an invitation letter.
  4. Candidates should have no criminal record and intend to strictly comply with the laws of the country.




Firstly, and most importantly, a visitor visa allows you to enter Canada. Once inside Canada, your visitor visa gives you temporary legal status to live or travel anywhere you want in Canada. Keep in mind, though, that this is temporary status. Visitor visas can be issued for periods up to six months. The exact validity period of your visa will be determined by the officer who issues the visa. Once the validity period is over, your visa will expire and you will lose your legal status as a visitor in Canada.

While visitor visas are not meant to be used as a vehicle to find work in Canada, visitor visa holders are not expressly prohibited from searching for work while they’re in Canada. In fact, Canadian employers often prefer to meet candidates in person before they hire them, so searching for work from inside Canada may be more effective than trying to find a job from overseas. However, if you do choose to search for work while you’re on a visitor visa, you should keep the following in mind:

  1. Never conceal or falsify your reason for visiting Canada from an immigration officer.
  2. You will be expected to prove your intention to return to your country when your visitor visa expires irrespective of the outcome of your search for work.
  3. You will be expected to prove that you won’t work in Canada without a valid work permit.

Visitor visas can be issued for a period of up to six months. However, if you would like to extend your stay beyond the initial validity period of your visa, you can apply for an extension. Whether or not the extension is issued, and the validity period of the extension, are at the discretion of the immigration officer reviewing your application.

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