Dependent children of individuals who hold Canadian work permits may have various options for their own immigration status. The specific routes available can depend on factors such as the type of work permit held by the parent and the child’s age. Please note that immigration policies can change, so it’s important to refer to the official Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website for the most current and accurate information.
If you are facing inadmissibility to Canada, it means that you may not meet the requirements to enter or stay in the country. Inadmissibility can be due to various reasons, such as criminal history, health issues, security concerns, or misrepresentation.
Self-employed individuals interested in immigrating to Canada may be eligible under the Self-Employed Persons Program. This program is designed for individuals who have relevant experience in cultural or athletic activities, and who intend to become self-employed in Canada.