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Luggage Size for Flights

If you are moving to Saskatchewan as a permanent resident, you may be tempted to bring a lot of your personal items with you. However, there is a limit to how much baggage can come in with you on the plane (some might have to go in the cargo bay as checked luggage) as most International airlines have different restrictions for carry-on luggage. Your baggage weight might also depend on the flight class you booked, for instance, Egyptair has different...

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Single and Multi- Entry Visa

The visitor visa, otherwise known as the Temporary Residence Visa (TRV), allows the person to stay in Canada for a given period of time that is determined by the Canadian Consulate or the Border Services Officers (BSO). This period can be up to six months. The Temporary visa, however, can be single or multiple entry. Single Entry A single entry visa allows a person to enter Canada only once, remain for the given period, and then return home. If you...

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Eligibility for Extension

To apply for an extension of your visiting visa, you must apply for a Visitor Record. It is the visitor record that shows your status as a visitor in Canada, and it is through the visitor record that your stay can be extended beyond the original date in your visa. Your visitor record will carry the new date you’re expected to leave the country. You can apply for a visitor record if: You are holding a visiting visa and want...

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Apply for Visitor Record

A visitor record is a document that a border services officer may issue to you to extend or restrict your stay in Canada. You may also get a visitor record if you apply to extend your stay or restore your status and the application was approved. A visitor record can either be issued by the Canada Border Services Agency or Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Conditions for Visitor Record You need to apply for a visitor record when: you first...

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When to apply for Study Visa

You normally will not need a study permit to study while in Canada with a visiting visa, since your stay is temporary. In other words, for short-term study, less than 6months, you do not need a study permit, except if you are going to work in the institution where the study is taking place. What this means is that since your stay is temporary (maximum of 6 months), you cannot register for a study that will last more than 6...

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