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Basic Entry Requirements For Canada work Permits
- DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO APPLY FOR CANADA WORK PERMIT VISA
- A valid passport with a validity of more than 6 months from the planned date of arrival in Canada.
- Two recent passports sized photographs
- Proof of professional qualifications, including work experience
- Educational qualification certificates
- Proof of having adequate financial resources to cover their expenses during their stay in Canada
- Medical examination required to be done from registered hospitals
- Application fee
- Have enough money for your stay.
Biometrics and the application process
Steps to giving your biometrics
1. Pay the biometrics fee
- you must pay the biometrics fee when you submit your application.
2. Get the instruction letter
- Once you pay the biometrics fees, you will get a confirmation letter. which latter you have to carry with biometrics centre also with a valid passport.
3. Apply for your visitor visa, study visa or work permit
- you want to visit, study or work in Canada, make sure you’re eligible to apply and fill out your application properly, then submit your application.
- answered all of the questions on the application form, and submitted all the necessary documents along with your application.
- If you forget to send a document, your application may be returned to you, the processing of your application may be delayed.
4. Get your fingerprints and photo taken ( biometrics )
- A collecting bio-metrics for most applications.
- You need to give your fingerprints and photo (biometrics).
- if you apply for a visitor visa, study or work permit, you’ll need to give your biometrics before we start to process your application.
- your age between 14 and 79 years old, you need to give your fingerprints and photo (biometrics).
- Using biometrics to confirm your identity and they will stay valid for a 10-year period, even if your visa or permit application is refused or has expired.
- you need to give your biometrics every 10years. You don’t need to give your biometrics again until the 10-year period expires.
5. We process your application
- After we get your biometrics, we start processing your application. If we need more information from you, we’ll contact you.
6. We make a decision on your application
- When we finish reviewing your application, we let you know if you’re approved to come to Canada. If you are, we issue your documents.
- If your application is refused, we send you a letter that tells you why.
- Airline staff and border service officers at ports of entry will ask to see your travel documents. If you don’t have them, you may not be able to board your flight to Canada.
- Make sure children under 18 travel with the right document.
7. You travel to Canada (if you’re approved)
- Make sure you travel with the documents we gave you. This includes travel documents like a visitor visa, study or work permits or an ETA (electronically linked to your passport).
8. We check your identity when you arrive in Canada
- When you arrive, we check your identity to make sure that you are the same person who was approved to travel to Canada. We may use your biometrics to do this.
- If we can’t verify your identity, you may be detained by a border services officer. These officers help protect the health and safety of Canadians.
- If the officer determines that you’re not admissible to Canada, you won’t be allowed to enter Canada. If you came by air, you’ll have to take a return flight to where you came from.
9. You’re allowed to enter Canada
- If you pass the identity check and meet the entry requirements.
- The border services officer stamps your passport and you’re normally allowed to stay in Canada for up to six months.
- Children under 18 must meet the same entry requirements as adults.