1. What is the difference between a visa and a work permit?
A visa is an official stamp in your passport authorizing you to travel, work, or study in that country for a specified length of time. A work permit authorizes you to seek and take employment in the country where it was issued. While business visas are only granted for a temporary short-term period, work permits can be granted for longer period.
2. How to get a work permit?
Depending on the country, you may need to apply for a short-term work permit visa or the foreign employer will need to sponsor you for long-term employment. To get a work permit, you must first find a job in the country where you want to work. Then, a prospective employer must file a Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker. For more, consult with our team.
3. What are the benefits of working abroad?
Working abroad can be beneficial for your wallet, the world, and your career. It can improve your self-esteem, communication skills, foreign language skills and give you a new perspective on life. Additionally, working abroad can help you develop professional skills and gain insight into other cultures. You may also earn a higher salary or stand out from others in your field.
4. What does an immigration consultant do?
Immigration consultants assist clients with completing documentation and acquiring all permits needed to facilitate their move to another country. They communicate with clients and understand their immigration requirements, help clients gather and submit the required documents, and ensure that the client is aware of all legal requirements.
5. What are the requirements for Canadian citizenship?
To be eligible for Canadian citizenship, you must be a permanent resident who has lived in Canada for at least three out of the last five years (1,095 days). You must also have filed your taxes and meet other requirements.