Yes you can.
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He needs to write them an invitation letter and then their custodial parent has to apply for temporary resident visas (visitor visas) for them.
You should leave immediately. You can re-enter Canada legally later, when you qualify to come.
Yes, she should apply for a visitor visa. A letter would help the application.
- She sends you an invitation letter inviting you to stay with her in Canada.
- You book your trip.
- You assemble the information necessary to show you will return to Nigeria at the end of your trip.
- You submit your visitor visa application to the nearest visa office.
- When you receive your temporary residence visa (visitor visa), you travel to Canada.
Yes, it’s a visitor visa.
No but your spouse won’t be able to apply for an accompanying work permit if they want to.
First he needs to apply and get accepted by a Designated Learning Institution. Once he has been accepted and paid tuition he can apply for a study permit and a visitor visa.
She should speak to a lawyer or RCIC to see if she can appeal the one year ban.