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How I get Canada tourist visa?
By: Robert on Dec 18, 2018 04:34 PM EST
How I get Canada tourist visa?
By: Monica on Dec 19, 2018 02:40 PM EST
Hi Robert You may require a visitor visa to Canada if you are from a country that is not on the "exempt" list as noted by the Canadian Government. The process of applying for a visitor visa (proper term is temporary residence visa or TRV) is not that difficult, quite honestly but can be more difficult if there are previous TRV refusals, lack of ties to home country or lack of previous travel history, or if not deemed a genuine visitor to Canada. In general terms, one must demonstrate that have a valid reason for entering Canada. That can range from being invited by a friend to taking a holiday in Canada. The Canadian Government will want to ascertain you have sufficient funds to support yourself, that you have a valid return ticket and that you will comply with any conditions imposed upon entry, including leaving at the end of your authorized stay. . As a visitor in Canad, you cannot work or study. You likely will need bio-metrics (fingerprints and photo) along with a TRV. While a relatively simple process if there any complications that you forsee or if you have extra questions related to your situation please do visit one of the registered consultants at this website. All of them are authorized to give immigration advice. Be wary of those who purport to be immigration consultants -double check they are registered and licensed. https://iccrc-crcic.ca/find-a-professional/ Good luck in your next set of travels and safe journey!
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