Visa to Canada - Visitor and Tourist Visas

Around 25 million people visit Canada annually. Depending on the purpose and duration of the visit (tourism, study or temporary work), a visa to Canada is required. It means you need a Temporary Resident Visa, also known as a Visitor Visa.


Application processing for a TRV can take quite a long time. The applicant must convince an immigration officer that he will stay in the country exactly as long as the purpose of his visit requires and that once in Canada, he will not take steps to obtain permanent residence under any immigration program. Besides, the applicant must provide evidence of the stability of his financial situation, and make sure the immigration officer that he has sufficient funds for the duration of his stay in Canada. The more documents and evidence you collect, the higher your chances of getting a visa

Considering a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) application, the following factors will be taken into account:
 

  1. purpose and duration of visit to Canada,

  2. relatives and friends in Canada,

  3. previous trips to Canada and overseas trips,

  4. marital status,

  5. stable income and financial solvency,

  6. law-obedience and health grounds,

  7. real estate availability, etc.

If you are invited, you may also need a letter of invitation with all the required information such as the full name of the person, who was invited, his/her address, the period of invitation, family ties with the visitor etc. The letter must also indicate who takes care of the financial expenses for the entire period of the visit.

Immigration Canada PRO has years of experience applying for a visa to Canada. Our experts know how to correctly write an invitation letter, how to justify the purpose of your trip, and what issues immigration officers may gave with your application!

To apply for Visitor Visa you need:
 

  1. Contact our company for advice.

  2. Collect the entire list of documents that we will provide you.

  3. Pay government fees.

  4. Provide biometric data.

Pay attention! A valid visitor visa does not guarantee your entry to Canada. At the port of entry, you must pass the border control and satisfy the inspection of the Canada Border Service Agency officers.

 

Can I get a multiple-entry visa to Canada?

There are two types of Visitor Visas to Canada - single-entry and multiple-entry visas. They differ in their ability to enter and leave Canada, as well as the maximum duration of the visa.

SINGLE ENTRY VISA TO CANADA

Single entry visa to Canada - this visa is intended for a single entry into Canada. In most cases, a visa allows you to stay in the country for up to six months, but there are exceptions. In order to obtain a single-entry visa, it is necessary to give a good reason for this. Otherwise, border officers, even if they approve your entry into the country, can issue a visa for a very short time.

MULTIPLE ENTRY VISA TO CANADA

Multiple entry visa to Canada - this visa is intended for multiple entries into Canada. In most cases, a visa allows you to enter and leave the country an infinite number of times, but the duration of your stay in the country for one trip cannot exceed six months. The validity of such a visa can reach up to ten years, provided that the validity period of your passport is at least ten years at the time of receipt of the visa.

A visa to Canada is a very important document so a visa application requires serious preparation. It is no secret that the whole procedure, from collecting documents to receiving TRV, can take a lot of time and effort, but as soon as you enter Canada as a visitor, you will have wonderful additional opportunities in our country!

 

  • Explore our country and its culture and visit many wonderful places

  • Learn about study opportunities at Canadian colleges and universities

  • Get to know Canadian employers and maybe even find a job

  • Determine if you wish to immigrate to Canada

If you still have any questions regarding a TRV, please do not hesitate to contact us! Our specialists will help you to collect the entire package of necessary documents as soon as possible and give competent advice regarding all the nuances.