FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Ans Immigration FQA
Human or International rights violations
A work reference letter clarifies issues such as the following:
Your company's name
When did you start working for the company?
Your position within the company
Whether the job was full-time or part-time
If the job was unpaid or paid
Your job responsibilities are listed below.
When you finished working for the company or if it is a continuing job
An offer of employment could include things like the following:
The letterhead indicates that the employer is Canadian.
When would you be able to begin the job?
If the offer is open-ended or has a time limit,
Is it a full-time or part-time position
Is it remunerated or unremunerated
The ESDC must approve the majority of job offers (Employment and Social Development Canada). Most jobs require a positive LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) before you can begin the work permit process. The LMIA process is both time-consuming and expensive. The employer is required to cover all expenses. As a result, ensure the following:
The employee must be active for several years and have some full-time employees (the more the better)
The employer should not be on the ESDC's blacklist.
The employer must be willing to cover all necessary expenses for you. The extent to which the employer is committed is determined by the salary offered to you in comparison to the median salary offered to a Canadian or permanent resident of Canada.
If you want to work in Canada after you arrive, you can apply for a work permit.
are studying in Canada with a valid study permit, working in Canada with a valid work permit, hold a temporary resident permit (TRP) valid for six months or more, are not a business visitor but legally working in Canada without a permit, a dependent child, a spouse, or a common-law partner of either, are applying for a work permit under NAFTA, and have received a positive referral from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, applied for a work permit before entering Canada and the application was approved in writing but IRCC has not issued the permit, a refugee claimant awaiting a Refugee Protection Division hearing (some exceptions apply), hold an unenforceable removal order, applied for permanent residency under the spouse or common-law partner in Canada class, a protected person, have successfully completed stage one of an H&C application.
The straightforward answer is "NO" When you apply for Express Entry, you must demonstrate that your employer is willing to hire you once you become a permanent resident. This requirement is supported by a pre-arranged job offer. On the contrary, old job offers do not usually include supporting clauses for your permanent residence application.
The performing arts are an important part of culture. The performing arts are taken seriously in Canada. C23 refers to a Special Work Permit for Performing Artists.
Theatrical: - performances in the form of “plays, musicals, opera, ballet, illusion, mime, classical Indian dance, kabuki, mummers’ plays, improvisational theatre, stand-up comedy, pantomime, and non-conventional or contemporary forms like postmodern theatre, post-dramatic theatre, or performance art1.”
Dance: - such as classical Indian dance, Latin or rhythm, experimental or freestyle dances, swing dance, traditional African and African-American dance, ballroom dance , traditional Iranian Dance, Azerbaijani dances, street dance, historical dance, folk dance, etc.
Music: such as classical, pop, progressive, religious, rock, soul, jazz, blues, and so on
When you apply to IRCC, they set a date for your children's ages to be locked in. As a result, if your child was younger than 22 at the time of the age lock-in date, it makes absolutely no difference how long it takes IRCC to process your application (exemptions apply). Assume you apply on May 1, 2020, and your child is 21 at the time. However, the officer completes the application review on May11, 2022, when your child is 23. Since IRCC locked your child's age on May11, 2022, they will keep them in the application as long as they are still single.
Most people have some embarrassing secrets in their lives. Disclosing such information to others is difficult. However, if the other person is an immigration officer, hiding secrets may have consequences. Hiding material facts while applying online or on paper is called "misrepresentation". If an officer decides you have misrepresented, you may face one or more of the following circumstances.
The application was turned down.
For a period of 60 months, you will be ineligible to enter Canada.
Getting an eviction notice
TEER categories are divided into six levels ranging from 0 to 5. TEER Category 0 is analogous to NOC Type 0. However, the remaining categories are distinct from skill types.
What reasons are viewed as substantial or convincing for the giving of a TRP to a generally prohibited individual?
Occasionally, a large group of people enters Canada illegally. Such irregularities are investigated by the Minister of Public Safety. The Minister may become aware that those individuals are involved in a human smuggling scheme. When the group is large enough, it is impossible to conduct an effective and timely examination. As a result, they may identify those people as designated foreign nationals.