Last updated: October 4, 2019
People entering Canada on a temporary basis are temporary residents. International students, temporary foreign workers, visitors (tourists) and temporary resident permit holders fall under this definition. The most important aspect of temporary residence status is its temporary nature. Visa officers and CBSA officers scrutinize the temporary aspect of an applicant before approving an application or allowing entry into Canada.
As per Statistics Canada, in 2015, there were around 350,000 temporary foreign workers in Canada. On the other hand, the number of international students is more than 500,000. Add visitors and temporary resident permit holders to the mix and you have around 35 million Canadian temporary residents annually.
Visa officers and CBSA officers scrutinize the temporary aspect of an applicant before approving an application or allowing entry into Canada.
Let’s look further into different types of temporary residence:
- Temporary resident visas
- Electronic travel authorizations
- International students
- Temporary workers
- Temporary resident permits
I can assess your circumstances and advise you on your temporary residence application. Moreover, I can fully represent you, taking care of every aspect of your application—before, during and after. Temporary residence applications may seem simple, but the looks may be deceiving. A regulated Canadian immigration consultant can help you avoid the pitfalls.
Please book a consultation with me so that we can discuss further.