Temporary residence permits allow you to stay in Canada for a limited
period, such as for work, study, or travel. Permanent residence allows you to
live and work in Canada on a permanent basis and may lead to Canadian

Eligibility requirements vary depending on the program you are applying
for. You can use our eligibility assessment service to determine which
programs you may be eligible for.

Processing times vary depending on the type of application and the
program you are applying for. Processing times are typically longer for
permanent residency applications than for temporary residency permits.

Canada offers a range of immigration programs, including Express Entry,
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), Family Sponsorship, and
Business/Investor Immigration.

The Express Entry program is a point-based system that assesses the
eligibility of skilled workers to immigrate to Canada. The program is based on
factors such as age, education, language proficiency, work experience, and
other factors. Successful candidates are invited to apply for permanent

A job offer is not always required, but having a valid job offer may increase
your chances of being accepted for certain immigration programs.

Yes, it is possible to apply for immigration without an immigration
representative. However, many people choose to work with an immigration
representative to ensure that their application is complete, accurate, and has
the best chance of success.