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Understanding Immigration Services from a Canadian Embassy A Canadian embassy is the best source of information for traveling or immigrating to Canada. More specifically, a Canadian embassy can help provide information on immigration services regarding citizenship registration. Applying For Resident Visas at a Canadian Embassy In order to apply for a temporary resident visa for Canada, the first step is to acquire the temporary resident visa application package. This can be found online on the Canadian embassy website. One of these must be filled out for each individual applicant. The application requires the following documents: Valid travel document such as a passport Two copies of a recent passport photo for each individual Application fee Proof of enough financial resources for a visit to Canada Other documents as necessary (e.g. proof of employment, identification cards, proposed itinerary, etc.) After paying the fee and receiving a receipt, the documents must be submitted through the Canadian embassy located in the region of current residence. The application will take a varied amount of time to process, depending on the Canadian embassy of application. After submitting the application package, it may be necessary to visit a Canadian embassy to have an interview with a visa officer. Furthermore, a medical examination may also be necessary. Applying for a Work Permit through a Canadian Embassy In order to apply for a work permit for Canada, the first step is filling out the Applicant for a Work Permit Made Outside of Canada. This form can be on the Canadian embassy website. Depending on the country of residence, the individual may also need to apply for a temporary resident visa. Immigrating to Canada through a Canadian Embassy There are many different ways to become a permanent resident of Canada. These methods all have their own specific set of rules for applying, which can be found online. The types of Canadian Immigration applications include: Sponsoring a family: A Canadian citizen or permanent resident can sponsor a family member. Quebec-selected skilled workers: Individuals are selected by the Quebec government to relocate and work in Quebec. Provincial nominees: A province or territory of Canada can nominate an individual to move and work at that respective location. Skilled workers and professionals: For individuals who wish to move to and work in Canada. Canadian Experience Class: For individuals who have graduated and worked in Canada or those who have Canadian Work Experience Entrepreneurs, Investors or self-employed people: For individuals who wish to start a business in Canada. Where to Find a Canadian Embassy Canadian embassies can be found in over 70 countries in the world. These locations have Visa offices for those Visiting Canada for various reasons, such as school, work, vacation, refugees, or immigration. In the United States, a Canadian Embassy can be found in the following cities: Buffalo Detroit Los Angeles New York Seattle Washington, D.C. Some other international locations to find Canadian embassies include the following Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Accra, Ghana Amman, Jordan Ankara, Turkey Bangkok, Thailand Beijing, China Buenos Aires, Argentina Cairo, Egypt Colombo, Sri Lanka Damascus, Syria Islamabad, Pakistan Kingston, Jamaica Lima, Peru London, United Kingdom Moscow, Russia New Delhi, India Paris, France Pretoria, South America Quito, Ecuador Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Rome, Italy Seoul, Korea Sydney, Australia Tel Aviv, Israel Tokyo, Japan Vienna, Austria Warsaw, Poland
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    Understanding Immigration Services from a Canadian Embassy

    A Canadian embassy is the best source of information for traveling or immigrating to Canada. More specifically, a Canadian embassy can help provide information on immigration services regarding citizenship registration.

    Applying For Resident Visas at a Canadian Embassy

    In order to apply for a temporary resident visa for Canada, the first step is to acquire the temporary resident visa application package. This can be found online on the Canadian embassy website. One of these must be filled out for each individual applicant. The application requires the following documents:

    Valid travel document such as a passport

    Two copies of a recent passport photo for each individual

    Application fee

    Proof of enough financial resources for a visit to Canada

    Other documents as necessary (e.g. proof of employment, identification cards, proposed itinerary, etc.)

    After paying the fee and receiving a receipt, the documents must be submitted through the Canadian embassy located in the region of current residence. The application will take a varied amount of time to process, depending on the Canadian embassy of application.

    After submitting the application package, it may be necessary to visit a Canadian embassy to have an interview with a visa officer. Furthermore, a medical examination may also be necessary.

    Applying for a Work Permit through a Canadian Embassy

    In order to apply for a work permit for Canada, the first step is filling out the Applicant for a Work Permit Made Outside of Canada. This form can be on the Canadian embassy website. Depending on the country of residence, the individual may also need to apply for a temporary resident visa.

    Immigrating to Canada through a Canadian Embassy

    There are many different ways to become a permanent resident of Canada. These methods all have their own specific set of rules for applying, which can be found online. The types of Canadian Immigration applications include:

    Sponsoring a family: A Canadian citizen or permanent resident can sponsor a family member.

    Quebec-selected skilled workers: Individuals are selected by the Quebec government to relocate and work in Quebec.

    Provincial nominees: A province or territory of Canada can nominate an individual to move and work at that respective location.

    Skilled workers and professionals: For individuals who wish to move to and work in Canada.

    Canadian Experience Class: For individuals who have graduated and worked in Canada or those who have Canadian Work Experience

    Entrepreneurs, Investors or self-employed people: For individuals who wish to start a business in Canada.

    Where to Find a Canadian Embassy

    Canadian embassies can be found in over 70 countries in the world. These locations have Visa offices for those Visiting Canada for various reasons, such as school, work, vacation, refugees, or immigration. In the United States, a Canadian Embassy can be found in the following cities:

    Buffalo

    Detroit

    Los Angeles

    New York

    Seattle

    Washington, D.C.

    Some other international locations to find Canadian embassies include the following

    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

    Accra, Ghana

    Amman, Jordan

    Ankara, Turkey

    Bangkok, Thailand

    Beijing, China

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Cairo, Egypt

    Colombo, Sri Lanka

    Damascus, Syria

    Islamabad, Pakistan

    Kingston, Jamaica

    Lima, Peru

    London, United Kingdom

    Moscow, Russia

    New Delhi, India

    Paris, France

    Pretoria, South America

    Quito, Ecuador

    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

    Rome, Italy

    Seoul, Korea

    Sydney, Australia

    Tel Aviv, Israel

    Tokyo, Japan

    Vienna, Austria

    Warsaw, Poland

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