I need a visa to visit Canada. I want to study or work in Canada while I am there. Do I need to apply for anything else?
If you want to come to Canada to study or work temporarily, you will probably need a study permit or a work permit. If you have applied for a study or work permit, your visa will be issued to you at the same time as your permit. You do not need to apply separately or to pay an additional fee.
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