Immigration to Canada with Titan Law
Immigrating to Canada is an exciting prospect and there is a myriad of federal and provincial programs that are available to you, depending on your educational and employment background and language proficiency. Our team is experienced in assisting individuals, families, and business owners in all types of immigration matters from work permits, guiding entrepreneurs through immigration plans executed through provincial programs, and appealing complex matters through the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.
Titan Law can assist you with the following pathways to visit and stay in Canada:
People from around the world flock to Canada every year to experience all that it has to offer. With our vibrant cities, natural wonders and unique cultural melt, Canada has something for everyone to enjoy.
There are different temporary visas available to visitors based on particular circumstances. Titan Law can help you with the following:
- Visitor Visa: It is an official document required from certain countries, showing that you meet the requirements to enter Canada. This visa allows you to travel and enter Canada for up to 6 months.
- Parent and Grandparent Super Visa: This is a type of 10-year multi-entry visa that allows eligible parents and grandparents to visit family in Canada for up to five (5) years at a time without having to renew their status.
- Business Visa: These are for visitors wanting to enter Canada for international business purposes. They are not directly entering the Canadian labour market and can prove their main sources of income and place of business are outside of Canada.
- Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA): An eTA is required for visitors from visa-exempt countries travelling to Canada by air. It is linked to the traveller’s passport and is valid for up to five years, or until the passport expires. An eTA allows for multiple entries to Canada, up to six months at a time.
- Temporary Status Extension: Any person in Canada on a temporary status (such as visitor, business visitor, student, worker) may be able to extend their status to remain in Canada for a longer duration than initially authorized, should there be circumstances justifying the extended stay.