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A restoration of status essentially means that you are restoring your status that you had. For instance, if you had a work permit and it expired, you will apply to restore your status. On the other hand, an extension means you are applying to extend your authorized status in Canada.

World’s second biggest country, Canada has abundance of beautiful landscapes and distinctive sites for travelers to explore. From coast to coast, Canada is an abode of vibrant and unbelievable natural wonders, soaring mountains and sparkling glaciers that certainly will awake your inner explorer.


An applicant must apply for Canada Tourist Visa or Temporary Resident Permit [TRV] visa if they intend to travel to Canada for a vacation, or if they have relatives in Canada including son or daughter, brother or sister, or close friends. To apply for Canada Visa, one must have sufficient knowledge about the visa application process. Reach us to know how to apply for Canada tourist visa and where to pay the visa application fee.

Types of Canada visa and extension:

Your temporary resident status expires after you have submitted your application for an extension but before you receive a decision on your application. You can stay in Canada under an ‘implied status’, which means the law implies you are a temporary resident. That status lasts until Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) take a decision on your new permit application. If you have a single-entry visa, this allows you to enter Canada once. If you leave Canada during your authorized stay, you must get a new visitor visa to re-enter Canada, unless you visit the United States or St. Pierre and Miquelon (Conditions applied).