Fairworld Services

Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC) – Specializing In Canadian Immigration Law, Policies And Procedures. Member Of The College Of Immigration And Citizenship Consultant (CICC).

Temporary Resident Visa

Canada Visitor Visa

Canada is among the most beautiful countries in the world and a very popular destination for tourists. Canada offers some of the best tourist attractions, whether you are looking to come visit your family or enjoy the beautiful sceneries across Canada, or to indulge in some of the world’s best lakes and parks, Canada is the place to be.

How To Get A Temporary Resident Visa

Getting a Temporary Resident Visa (Visitor Visa) for Canada can sometimes be challenging. You need to fulfill certain requirements in order to get a temporary resident visa. To visit Canada, there are certain basic requirements (unless you are from a Visa-exempt country). Some of these requirements are a valid travel document, such as a passport (please remember to make sure that it is valid for at least 6 months after your scheduled date of visit). Also, you will need to be in good health and have no criminal or immigration-related convictions.

If the two requirements above are met, you can fill in the application form. In your application, you will have to convince an immigration officer the following:

  1. You will leave Canada by the end of your visit and you have strong ties back home. Strong ties, it means that you have a job, a family, and financial assets like a business or home. It is important that you convince the officer that you will go back by the end of your visit because of these strong ties.
  2. You may also be required to show that you have sufficient funds for your visit. It is important to have proper documentation for all the above factors that are crucial for getting a visitor visa.

In the event that you are denied a visitor visa, it is important that you re-apply after carefully evaluating the reason for rejection. It is very important to address the reason for rejection.

We can help you in creating your visiting visa application. Get in touch with us today.

Study Permit

What is a study permit?

The study permit is a document that allows foreign nationals to study at designated learning institutions (DLIs) in Canada. Most foreign nationals need a study permit to study in Canada. Make sure you have all the documents you need before you apply. You should apply before you travel to Canada. However, there are some exceptions where you can apply for a study permit from within Canada.

Your study permit is not a visa. It doesn’t let you enter Canada. You may also need a visitor visa or an electronic travel authorization (eTA). When your study permit is approved, you will be issued an eTA with your study permit.  If you are from a visa-required country, you will be issued a TRV when your study permit is issued.

Only Designated Learning Institutions can admit foreign students in Canada. The Letter of Acceptance or LoA is the basis of which an applicant applies for a Study Permit.

A foreign student may study in a Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) eligible course or a non-PGWP eligible course. Studying in a PGWP-eligible course allows the student the option of working in Canada for a time similar to the time spent studying in Canada. A student who studied in a non-PGWP eligible course must technically leave Canada at the end of their study or they must look at either studying further or looking at LMIA-based or LMIA-exempt work permit options.

We can help you in creating your study permit application. Get in touch with us today.

Citizenship Application

Preparing to File an Application for Canadian Citizenship

Permanent residents who have lived in Canada for a minimum of 1,095 days, or 3 years, within the 5 years previous to submitting an application may qualify for Canadian citizenship. If you were a Temporary resident before you became a permanent resident, each such day would count for half a day up to a maximum of 365 days towards your citizenship requirement.

There are different factors that determine eligibility for a person to become a Canadian citizen, but Canada makes the process approachable and possible for those who have worked hard towards becoming established residents.

Requirements to Qualify for Canadian Citizenship

In order to qualify for Canadian citizenship you must:

  • Have been physically present in Canada for at least 1,095 days within the past 5 years.
  • Have maintained legal status during your stay in Canada.
  • Have filed income taxes, if applicable.
  • Meet language proficiency requirements, if between 18 and 54 years old.
  • Take the Canadian knowledge test, if between 18 and 54 years old.
  • Not have been convicted of a criminal offense.

Our Citizenship Process

1. Initial Assessment.

Our team of professionals will evaluate your case and provide you with professional feedback on your chances of success and a quote.

2. Personalized strategy.

Our team of professionals will work with you to create a tailor-made strategy that is likely to result in a successful Citizenship application.

3. Collect Supporting documentation.

We will review your supporting documents thoroughly and work towards building a strong case.

4. Representation before IRCC.

In order to make this an easy and stress-free process, we will handle all communication with the government on your behalf while we await a decision, keeping you informed every step of the way.

5. Post Decision.

Once a decision has been made, our team will advise you on the next necessary steps.

We can help you in creating your citizenship application. Get in touch with us today.