Contact an RCIC or Canadian immigration lawyer to see if they can help you submit a better visitor visa application or open work permit application.
Q&A Categories Archives: Canadian Visa FAQ
If you state the purpose of your visa application is to come to Canada to get married, it will be refused.
One of you has to. Either you have to pledge to support him while he’s here in the invitation letter or he has to show he can afford the trip by providing proof of funds.
We’re not actually sure if there is a legal requirement to work on your work permit once you have been admitted. This is a question for a lawyer. Of course, there would be risk that you would not be granted an extension or a new work permit in the future if the government discovered you were not working.
If you want to change your status to visitor, you can apply to do so. If this is the case, you want this form: Application to Change Conditions, Extend my Stay or Remain in Canada as a Visitor or Temporary Resident Permit Holder
If you were asking about becoming a permanent resident, the fact that you have not been working is a big problem.
Yes she can try. You need to send her an invitation letter. Know that these types of applications are often refused. They rather she wait until she has PR.
Your sister who is in Canada can send the invitation letter.
There is no “marriage visa.” Your boyfriend can sponsor you for permanent residence once you are married.
Do you mean you are extending your study permit? Your study permit entitles you to work part time while school is in session and more hours while school is not in session. There is no longer any separate work permit. You can apply for a post graduate work permit but it seems as though you have already applied for a new study permit. (You need a study permit to take a one year course.) If this is true, you can work full time between May and August and then resume part time work in September.
If this answer is confusing, you should speak to an RCIC or a lawyer or IRCC.
Your study permit application shouldn’t be rejected just because of your brother but they will likely think you more likely to try to stay with your brother already here. You will have to prove you are returning home after your degree.
You need to convince them that you will return, not just that you are willing. A deed to your house, or rental agreement with your landlord, plus proof that you are permanently in school and need to return to finish your degree are a start.