Temporary Resident Visa (Visitor)
What document do you need and how much does it cost?
Depending on your nationality, you may need to give your biometrics:
Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) holders are exempt from this requirement.
Do you need a Visitor Visa?
Canada welcomes tourists from all around the world, with a record set in 2017 of 20.8 million trips of one night or more. However, these tourists need an authorization from Canadian immigration authorities to be let in the country. For many, this means obtaining a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), also known as a visitor visa, before departing to Canada.
When individuals receive their visa, it is generally a multiple-entry visa, allowing them to leave and re-enter the country as they like, as long as the visa is not expired.
Forms and Supporting Documents
In regards to forms to fill and supporting documents to provide, we invite you to contact our Immigration Consultant on the matter.
If you are invited by someone in Canada, either a family member or a friend, you must add a Letter of Invitation signed by them. You can find all the necessary information and a sample of the Letter of Invitation at Expressway immigration Consultancy Services.
Why Seeking Expressway Professional Immigration Help is Important
While the procedures for applying for a TRV may seem uncomplicated, some applicants apply without seeking any help from an immigration lawyer, thinking that they can ‘do it themselves’. For TRV applications or Any Immigration Application, there is actually a higher risk of refusal in cases where the application is not properly prepared. The standards are very high. We find that the number one reason why applications are denied is due to forms not being correctly filled out and application not being properly prepared. It is a shame when someone can not fulfill their dreams because of one missed ‘dotted i’ or ‘crossed t’. You can increase your chances at getting an approval on your TRV / Immigration applications with the assistance of Expressway professional immigration experts.