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Canadian visa immigrants - frequently asked questions
Author:canadaboqiao           Time:2020-07-29 10:53:12

Q: is the visa application center (VAC) open in China?
A: the vast majority of visa application centers in China, including Beijing, have been opened and new health and safety measures have been taken to prevent the spread of the disease. At present, the business of visa application center is limited to passport submission and appointment biometric information collection. Please refer to VFS website for more information.
Q: when can I apply for the higher education program (guaranteed investment certificate)?
A: at present, IRCC only receives applications submitted online. Due to the impact of the new epidemic situation, the trial mode of the application has changed. We will not accept paper applications for visitor visa, study permit and work permit until further notice. Please visit the IRCC website for information on submitting an online application.
Q: how long does it take to cancel the application? Can the fee be refunded?
A: each application is different. If you are submitting a paper application, please contact the visa application center where you submitted your application for information. To cancel your online application, please use this web form. If the trial process has started, the application fee will not be refunded. IRCC is continuing to process online applications for study and work permits as soon as possible so that people can travel as soon as possible after travel restrictions are lifted. If you submit an application online, it is likely that the trial has already started, so the fee will not be refunded.
Q: I have completed the biometric information collection and received the relevant number. Why was I asked to do it again?
A: there may be many reasons. Please contact the visa application center that collects your biometric information for more details.
Q: when can I provide biometric information in Canada? If the deadline is exceeded, will my application be rejected?
A: applicants for temporary residence in Canada are not required to submit biometric information until further notice. This means that we can fully process and make decisions based on the application.
Q: what should I do if I am in Canada and my application is still in progress and I have paid for the biometric information?
A: applicants for temporary residence in Canada are not required to submit biometric information until further notice. You don't have to do anything. We will process your application and refund your biometric information fee of $85.