Immigrating to Canada involves applying for a visa, either long-term or short-term. At the Battlefords Immigration Resource Centre, we can give you information on what types of Canadian visas there are, and which may be most suitable for the situation. We are proud to be able to offer our clients the following services:
Work permits allow a person that is not a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident to work for a specific period of time. These may be Closed Work Permits (can only work for one employer) or Open Work permits (can work for any employer).
We can help you find information on how to apply for a work permit, change the work permit you currently have, or apply to extend your work permit.
More information on Work Permits
Super Visa is a type of visa designed for parents and grandparents of Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents who wish to visit their family in Canada for extended periods. The Super Visa allows these individuals to say in Canada for up to five years on initial entry without having to renew their status. We can give you information on:
Visitor Visa also known as a temporary resident visa (TRV), allows individuals to enter Canada for a temporary stay, such a tourism, visiting family and friends, attending conferences, or conducting business activities. Some important points to know about visitor visas are:
A Permanent Resident of Canada, is able to apply to work or study where they choose, and they do not require a work or study permit. There are several ways to apply for permanent residence. Staff at the Centre can assist in finding information on:
Many newcomers to Canada welcome the opportunity to apply for Canadian citizenship. The Battlefords Immigration Resource Centre can help newcomers: