Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to quote?
We need general details of the pet: weight, age, pet's measurements, breed, if it has Kennel or not.
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Yes, you can apply for a credit card with a low initial amount so that through it you can build your Canadian credit record.
If there is an error in your permit, you may request an amendment to your permit. For more information: click here
No, a work permit or study permit is not a visa. You will not automatically be issued a visitor visa if you extend your work or study permit. If you need a new visitor visa, you will need to file a separate application. The visa is required if you want to travel and be able to return to Canada to continue your studies or work. Do not leave Canada with an expired visa (even if your study or work permit has already been extended), because you will not be able to return without a valid visa.
Yes, documents that are not in English or French must be translated by a certified translator.
A certified translator is an accredited member whose certification can be confirmed by a stamp or seal showing the translator's membership number of a professional translation association in Canada or abroad (for visa processing).
Note: A translator who has not yet received certification or accreditation, but is in the process of receiving it, is not considered a certified translator for IRCC purposes.