Temporary Resident Visa

A Temporary Resident Visa TRV is a travel document which is mostly issued by IRCC and CBSA and by a visa office. this visa office is different for every candidate as per the nationality or the country of their passport.

There are different types of Temporary Resident Visa but the most important ones are as follows

Canada Tourist Visa

Canada Work Permit

Canada Study Permit

Canada Tourist Visa

As a tourist you are not permitted to Work or study in Canada. This TRV is only valid for 6 months since you enter Canada. You may be ale to participate in educational programs if your institute accept International student on visitor visa. You can read more about the detail of this program on our website

Canada Work Permit

An individual holding Work Permit is able to work in Canada with closed work permit or open work permit. If you have a closed work permit it means you are only permitted to work for the employer and the position mentioned on your TRV work permit document . The validity of your work permits depends mainly on the type of work permit ,you are applying for. You can read more about this visa on our website

Canada Study Permit

If you are holding a study permit for Canada you are eligible to immigrate to Canada and study. If you change your Institute, you must let CIC knows about it. As an International student your cost of studying in Canada may be higher than a Canadian. A study permit holder can work 20 hours a week off campus to support his studying cost in Canada

The TRV or Temporary Resident Visa will be placed in a your passport to show that you have met the requirements to obtain a visa for Canada as a temporary resident.

Obtaining a TRV does not mean that you are guaranteed entry to Canada, so having an immigration lawyer in Canada to always guide you through all the step of your immigration case is a huge asset which some times is the determination between having a successful immigration case or a refusal.