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A visitor visa or a TRV allows you to travel to Canada to visit friends and family, and for other temporary purposes. Citizens from some countries require a visitor visa prior to travelling to Canada, and some are visa-exempt. Citizens from visa-exempt countries must obtain an electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to enter Canada by air. The only exception is for US citizens who do not need visitor visas or an eTA to enter Canada.
What kind of visa do you need?
A single entry visa gives you entry to Canada only once prior to expiry, and with a multiple entry visa, you can enter many times within the period given. Whether you have a single or multiple visa, you can only stay in Canada for up to 6 months at a time. If you wish to stay longer than 6 months, you must apply to extend your stay.
Parents and grandparents can visit family and stay for up to 2 years with the Super Visa, a visa that allows for multiple entries for a period of up to 10 years.
Business visitors enter Canada for business purposes: to explore business opportunities and connect with Canadian businesses.
What are the requirements?
Each application category has specific requirements that must be met for approval to travel to Canada, and careful attention must be paid to ensure that the appropriate forms and documents are used.
A successful application depends on several factors, including:
.proof of a genuine intention to visit Canada on a temporary basis.
. having the financial means to support the visit.
. demonstrating ties to the home country
There are many other factors to address and documents needed to submit a complete application.