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Temporary Resident Visa

Temporary Resident Visa

Canada is a beautiful country, with picturesque landscapes, breathtaking tourist destinations, and natural exquisiteness. It is indeed a delight to visit Canada on a holiday or to simply meet your friends and family. To facilitate the temporary entry of foreign nationals, Canada issues a temporary resident visa, which is a counterfoil document placed in the passport, which proves that the foreign national has met the eligibility and documentation requirements to enter Canada. The IRCC may issue a single-entry visa (for up to 6 months) or a multiple-entry visa (for upto 10 years), considering an applicant’s specific situation and requirements. A super visa allows eligible parents and grandparents to acquire a multiple-entry TRV for up to 10 years, with the status extending for up to two years on each visit to Canada.


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Impulse Immigration evaluates your eligibility criteria and guides you on the exact documentation required for a single-entry visa, multiple-entry visa, or super visa. The documentation for a super visa is comparatively complex, as it involves evaluating the financial requirements (LICO) of the child or grandchild and issuing the letter of invitation to the parent or grandparent. We do the calculations, paperwork, and other formalities to ensure that your application is accepted without any hurdles, thus easing your workload and stress.

Essential Documents for Temporary Resident Visa in Mississauga

  • The candidates must be in good health.
  • The applicant must carry a valid travel document.
  • You must convince the Canadian immigration officer that you should leave Canada once your visa expires.
  • Must submit proof of your ties to your home country.
  • Submit evidence of sufficient funds.
  • Don’t have any criminal or medical inadmissibilities.

Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)

Travelers from visa-exempt countries who want to visit Canada by air must require eTA, a document linked electronically to an individual passport. The document is valid for up to 5 years or until the passport expires. However, eTA does not guarantee you to enter Canada.

Categories of Canadian Temporary Visa

Canada Work Visa

Individuals can work in a Canadian company, but their work permit will be valid for a temporary time.

Canada Student Visa

This visa helps international students to continue their studies in Canada in a specific program.

Parents’ and Grandparents’ Super Visa

Canadian citizens or permanent residents can now bring their parents and grandparents to Maple Country for up to 5 years without renewal of their status.

Canada Visitor Visa

With this visa, travelers can visit Canada for up to 6 months to either travel to Canada or meet with family members.

Extending Temporary Resident Visa Status in Canada

If individuals want to prolong their stay in Canada, a temporary resident visa extension is mandatory. However, the processing time for a visa extension may vary based upon –

  • The complexity of your case.
  • The volume of applications.


That’s why it is recommended to submit an application for a visa extension at least 30 days before the TRV temporary resident visa expires. When candidates apply for a visitor visa extension before their current visa expires, they will hold an implied status until the decision is made, which means they can work and live in Canada without any restrictions.

Since proper documentation is extremely important for a smooth immigration process, our team of expert immigration consultants at Impulse Immigration Consultancy in Mississauga will assist you in filling out the necessary forms, such as the IMM 5257.