Relatives Migration in Canada
A thriving economy and the need for skilled workers are just two of the needs underlay Canada’s migration policy. It is considered one of the world’s leading immigration systems for servicing its country’s needs. Migrating to Canada is becoming an attractive option for more and more people. Many people from South East Asia, the UK, and South Africa have considered moving to Canada for various reasons many of them have heard from friends living already in Canada that the country provides many good opportunities.
The Super visa (for parents and grandparents) for Canada enables the parents and grandparents of Canadian permanent residents and citizens to visit their children or grandchildren for extended periods. The information for Super Visa holders has been updated on June 18, 2019, according to which each entry to Canada through the Parents and Grandparents Super Visa would be for a now for a longer duration of two years, and further extensions would be for one year.
Previously, individuals holding Super Visa were generally granted entry for a maximum period of only two years at a time.
Staying in the beautiful country of Canada with their loved ones is a dream come true for every Canadian citizen, whether they are original Canadians or immigrants from other foreign nationalities is beside the point. This separation, is, however, generally faced by immigrants who have migrated to Canada in search of better work opportunities and culture. This results in separation from loved ones as immigrants prefer to first come and settle in the country before calling on their dependents and loved ones.