Temporary resident visa

On October 5, 2014, in Tip of the week, by Mihaela Mindicanu

A Canadian Temporary Resident Visa is an authorization to enter Canada and it expires once you enter the country (in the case of the single entry ones, very uncommon these days) or when the deadline is passed (if you have a multiple entry visa, usually issued in 90% of the cases).

When you get your visa you will notice a period of validity on it. Many people think that they have to get in and out during that period. False. You are authorized to enter Canada before the deadline, but you can stay longer. The maximum length of stay is usually 6 months, unless the border agent puts a different date under the entry stamp.

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Friday promotion: Super Visa

On December 2, 2011, in Friday promotion, News, by Mihaela Mindicanu

The Canadian Government comes with good news for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and Permanent residents. Starting December 1 a new type of visa is issued – Super Visa – valid for ten years and granting the right to stay for up to 24 months in Canada. The winter holidays are coming fast and at Martineau&Mindicanu we know how important it is to have your family members close, which is why we have a special promotion for you.

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Good and bad news for parents and grandparents

On November 7, 2011, in Immigration Programs, News, by Mihaela Mindicanu

Visas for 10 years, shorter processing times for the sponsorship applications in process and … suspension of the program. These are the changes that occurred lately for the parents and grandparents of the Canadian residents and citizens. For some these are great news, for others, not so much.

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