Frequently Asked Canadian Immigration Questions


What are my options for immigrating to Canada?


What is the Federal Skilled Worker path to immigrating to Canada?


I am a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, can I bring my spouse, common law, conjugal partner or dependent child to Canada to live with me permanently?


I am a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, can I bring my parent(s) and/or grandparent(s) to Canada to live with me permanently?


What is the Provincial Nominee Program and how can I take advantage of it to obtain Canadian permanent residence?


I am currently studying in Canada. What are my options for staying in Canada after my studies?


I am currently working in Canada on a temporary work permit. What are my options for staying permanently?


I am an international student studying in Canada on a study permit and would like to return home to visit my family or go on a vacation in another country. Do I need a visitor visa in order to be able to re-enter Canada when I return?


I want to claim Refugee Protection in Canada. Where do I begin?


I am an American citizen and would like to move to Canada. Can I just “move” to Canada?


How to Immigrate to Canada from Serbia


What is a Pre-Removal Risk Assessment?


I have received a Removal Order. What does this mean?


I have been deported. Can I come back to Canada?


What is a H&C Application?


My refugee claim has been rejected by the Refugee Protections Division (RPD), what are my options?


Do I need to hire a lawyer for my immigration matters?


What is a Post-Graduate Work Permit?


What is a Parent and Grandparent Super Visa?


What are the requirements to become a Canadian citizen?


What are the requirements to apply for a work permit in Canada?


I have lost my status, what can I do?


Can I Include My Adult Children on My Permanent Resident Application?


What is an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) and do I need one?