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TEER Code List

Every occupation in the Canadian labor market has a code and a job description thanks to the National Occupation Classification (NOC), a widely used and recognized system. Every occupation that occurs in the Canadian labor market is given a code using the National Occupation Classification (NOC) system, which is a standardized method. NOC codes are […]

Super Visa

Super Visas are specially designed visas that allow grandparents or parents to visit their children who are working or studying in Canada. One can stay in Canada for up to two years with their children using a Canada super visa without having to renew their visa status. In order to make it easier for immigrants […]

Rejection Refusal Or Deportation

Rejections An application for a temporary visa, such as a visitor visa or a study permit, will normally result in a refusal as opposed to a rejection. When a visa application is rejected, it implies the applicant did not meet the requirements for that specific visa and is not permitted to enter Canada under that […]

CRS Calculator

This tool is only meant to be used for reference and general guidance. According to the terms of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, and the Minister’s Instructions issued under IRPA s.10.3, the results provided by the system shall take precedence in the event of any discrepancy between the […]

Work Permit/LMIA

Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) produces a document called a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to evaluate the effects of hiring a foreign worker in Canada. An employer may engage a foreign national if the LMIA is positive and there is no Canadian citizen or permanent resident to fill the post. When the LMIA […]

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