A visiting visa, also known as a temporary resident visa (TRV), is an official document provided by a country’s visa office and stamped in your passport to demonstrate that you have fulfilled the requirements for admission as a temporary resident (either as a visitor, a student, or a worker).
PR, commonly referred to as “green card” holders, are non-citizens who are legitimately permitted to dwell permanently in the nation for which they have applied.
Business immigrants are those who have the ability to create enterprises in other nations or invest in existing ones, and they are expected to contribute to the growth of an economy in a strong and prosperous nation.
The act of refusing your access into a certain nation by rejecting your visa application is referred to as visa rejection. If you cannot demonstrate that you are entitled to travel to a specific nation, your visa application may be rejected. The majority of the time, it happens because the applicants omit crucial information, or occasionally because a specific document is missing. Some of the typical justifications for visa denial include an incomplete visa application, missing documents, and omitting crucial information.
Processing immigration and citizenship applications as well as drafting regulations for immigration services are under the purview of Citizenship and Immigration Services.