What are Temporary Resident Visas in Canada?
A Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) in Canada is an official document that is placed in the passport of individuals seeking temporary resident status (either as visitors, students, or workers).
Categories/types of Temporary Resident Visas
- Visitor Visa – This visa allows the holder to go to Canada for tourism purposes or visiting family.
- Super Visa – This visa allows parents or grandparents of Canadian citizens or permanent residents to visit their children or grandchildren for up to 2 years at a time.
- Diplomatic & Official Visa – This is a visa for foreign diplomats and government officials to enter Canada to perform official duties.
- Courtesy Visa – This is a visa for foreign diplomats who cannot qualify for Diplomatic & Official Visa, but have some importance or rank and have official business in Canada.
- Facilitation Visa – This is a visa given to Canadian Citizens with dual nationalities but who do not have a Canadian Passport due to certain circumstances.
- Business Visa – This visa is for the purpose of doing business, attending meetings, workshops, conferences, and trade shows, or for purchasing or establishing businesses in Canada.
- Dual Intent Visa – This is a visa for those who want to stay in Canada temporarily, but intend to also apply for a permanent resident visa.
- Visas for Study Permit or Work Permit holders –This visa is issued to people who are approved of a Canadian Work or Study Permit to allow them to enter and re-enter Canada as a Student or Worker.
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