Any child travelling outside Canada with only one parent should carry a consent letter. This is true even if it is only for a day trip, and even if the child will only be unaccompanied by both parents for part of the trip. If you travel across the border with a minor and don’t have a consent letter, it may cause delays, or worse—your child may be denied entry to or exit from a country.
Are you a foreign entrepreneur with an innovative business idea for the Canadian market? Do you have the skills and experience to build a business in Canada? If so, the Start-Up Visa Program may be a great option for you. The program offers a unique opportunity to build a business, make a profit, and immigrate to Canada.
Canada and Mexico have strong economic, political, and cultural ties. Many Canadians want to work or do business in Mexico. Others want to have a destination wedding or retire on the beach in Mexico.
Is your business looking to expand overseas? International business opportunities may be lucrative, but doing business globally can present some challenges.
The number of temporary residence applications processed by IRCC has increased to over 2 million. Due to the new volumes of cases the refusal rate for applications has increased radically.
IRCC has revealed that they use a notes generator: Chinook to help an officer refuse temporary resident applications. After an Officer chooses to refuse a file, they are provided access to this tool to help choose the reasons. Officers are not required to disclose all the reasons of a refusal, but only to choose the more general applicable to the case.
Corporations and sole proprietors may require a letter of attestation for LMIA purposes as required by Service Canada. The documents to be provide to the professional writing the attestation letter to prove business legitimacy may vary depending on the structure.
There are many reasons why you may need to use Canadian documents internationally. Maybe you are applying for work overseas, getting married, or registering a birth in another country. You may need to submit documents such as a Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Certificate of Divorce, police check, or your degree from a Canadian university.
Have you been told that you need to “apostille” a Canadian document? In this post, we explain what that means and why legalization is necessary if you plan to use Canadian documents internationally.
An attestation letter is a document that expresses the reliability of an assertion made by another party, in this case the lawyer.