CAN Pathways


Visitor Visa Eligibility

A visitor visa is required various purposes of visit such as, if you plan to visit your family or friends in Canada, visit for vacation or visit for business purposes. This type of visa is also known as TRV (Temporary Resident Visa) and it is stamped on your passport.

At first, check if you need a visitor visa to come to Canada for temporarily, as some of the foreign nationals coming from specified countries may not require obtaining a TRV.

  • A foreign national can stay in Canada for up to 6 months on a visitor visa, unless extended.
  • There are certain factors that will determine the eligibility to obtain temporary visa, such as legitimate purpose of visit, financial status and health status.

Study Visa Guide

Canadian Visa: Step by Step Procedures

If studying in Canada is your wish, consider us as your personal Genie. You help you go through the overwhelming process of obtaining your Canadian Study Visa with ease and strategic steps. While we take care of the process, below is the list of steps to be followed to lawfully land as a student in Canada.

Express Entry Programs

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Federal Skilled Worker

Canada's flagship immigration program for workers around the world. Do you have enough points? Find out!

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Canadian Experience Class

Candidates with Canadian work experience may be eligible for fast-track immigration through this popular program.

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Federal Skilled Trades

For qualified, experienced tradespersons from around the world who want to
immigrate to Canada.

Family Class Sponsorship


The Family Class Sponsorship provides Canadian citizens with an opportunity to sponsor their family members to live with them in Canada and become Canadian permanent residents. Family reunification is one of the three pillars of Canadian immigration program, which permits both the recent immigrants and long-established Canadians to be reunited with members of their family.

Business/Investor Class


Many of Canada’s provinces have their own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Based on the province’s economic needs, a PNP allows a province to nominate an applicant to immigrate to Canada and settle in that province.

Under various Provincial Nominee Programs, there exists many business immigration categories for individuals who are interested to start or invest in a Canadian business venture. The minimum investment and net worth requirements vary from province to province, as every business immigration program is created to suit the needs of the province.

Work Visa

Work Visa Eligibility

Any foreign national who wants to work in Canada need to obtain a work permit, except in some cases. A foreign national, in order to obtain a temporary work permit, must meet the following general eligibility requirements:

Work Permit Types

In order to work in Canada, there are four types of work permit: Open work permits, Employer-specific work permits, International Experience Canada program and Global

Provincial Nominee Program

Find out how to immigrate to a province or territory in Canada through one of the many Provincial Nominee Program streams.

Atlantic Immigration Program Step-by-step process

The Atlantic Immigration Program offers permanent residence to skilled workers that want to settle in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, or Prince Edward Island.


Atlantic Immigration Program is designed to welcome additional newcomers to the Atlantic Canada region to fill the needs of local employers and communities.

The program allows designated local employers to identify, recruit and retain global talent. The program also has the goals of supporting population growth, developing a skilled workforce, and increasing employment rates in the region.

The AIP has proven to be a major success for immigrants, employers, and the Atlantic region. It continues to provide permanent resident status to thousands of immigrants each year, which addresses the needs of local employers, and promotes population, labour force, and economic growth.

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