Although there are different immigration programs and visa types, each individual will have varying reasons for traveling to Canada. This guide will come in handy if you’re planning to move to Canada but unsure of the visa category that’s suitable for you.
The different programs include:
- Express Entry
- Provincial Nominee Programs
- Quebec Immigration
- Student Pathway
- Canadian Family Scholarship
More so, it’s important to understand the appropriate visa types for each option. This is because these programs will likely fall under different visa categories.
The major visa categories are:
- Business Visa
- Student Visa
- Working Holiday Visa
- Visit Visa
- Working Visa
- Permanent Visa
It should be noted that there is a difference between the Working Visa and the Working Holiday Visa.
Several classes of immigrants have been able to enter Canada due to the wide range of visa types and programs provided by the Canadian government.
Here are the three major categories of Canadian immigrants:
- Businessmen and Investors
- International Students
- Skilled Workers.
Do I need to pay any fee when applying for a Canadian visa?
Your best bet is to attach your visa application fee to your application form before submission. This will help to avoid being delayed or rejected.
The fees for the Canada visa application are listed below in Canadian dollars (C$).
|Study Permit (including extensions)||C$150|
|Work Permit (including extensions)||C$155|
|Work Permit (maximum fee for groups of performing artists and their staff)||C$100|
|Visitor Visa for either single or multiple entries (including extensions)||C$100|
|Visitor Visa (maximum fee for a family)||C$500|
|Visitor record (including extensions)||C$75|