- Study Visa
- Tourist Visa
- Corporate Trips
- Overseas School Trips
- College admissions
- Spouse Open Work Permit
- Super Visa
When it comes to travelling abroad for studies, we need dedicated assistance or counselling to help us choose the best options. Travelling abroad requires a lot of effort, be it in terms of finances or research and only the right guidance can help a candidate pick only the best option.
VWC is aimed to offer incredible counselling services to the students in order to help them get more options, and then finally select the best one. Our experts stay in touch with the candidate, understand their interest and needs, and based on these factors provide utmost guidance.
Work permits are generally required for foreign nationals who wish to enter Canada to work on a temporary basis. If you are currently residing in a country outside of Canada and wish to apply for a work permit, there are several mandatory documents that you must have ready for submission. Under Work Permit category, VWC processes “Spouse Open Work Permit” for their clients.
Spouse Open Work Permit
Your spouse/partner can apply for a work permit before or after they arrive in Canada. The work permit will usually be issued for the same length of time as your study permit. Your spouse/partner does not need a job offer to apply for a work permit.
In some cases, Canadian visa offices abroad will process spouse/partner work permit applications at the same time as study permit applications. In this case, you will need to include the additional fee for the work permit and complete the work permit application for your spouse/partner.
Most spouse/partners come to Canada as visitors first and apply for a work permit after they are in Canada.
Parent & Grandparent Super Visas allow eligible parents and grandparents to apply and enjoy visiting their family in Canada for up to two years without the need to renew status. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (“CIC”) under this program may issue a multiple-entry visa valid for up to 10 years to eligible applicants to facilitate their back and forth travel between their home country and Canada.
To qualify, the applicant must meet the following requirements:
- be the parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada;
be found admissible to Canada
- have a written commitment of financial support from their child or grandchild in Canada who meets a certain economic threshold
- prove that they have bought Canadian medical insurance coverage for at least one year and
- complete an immigration medical examination.
Visa officers consider several factors before deciding if a person is admissible. The person must be a genuine visitor to Canada who will leave by choice at the end of the visit. Among the things that could be considered are:
- the person’s ties to the home country
- the purpose of the visit
- the person’s family and financial situation
- the overall economic and political stability of the home country and
- an invitation from a Canadian host.
It is important to note that the super visa is still a temporary application.
If you hope to have your parent or grandparent stay in Canada permanently, you will need to submit a parental sponsorship application.