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A visitor visa (also called a temporary resident visa) is an official document that is stick in your passport. It shows that you meet the requirements needed to enter Canada.

Most travellers need a visitor visa to travel to Canada. You may also need one if you’re transiting through a Canadian airport on your way to your final destination.

You can apply for a visitor visa online or on paper.

How long you can stay

Most visitors can stay for up to 6 months in Canada. At the port of entry, the border services officer may allow you to remain for fewer or more than 6 months. If so, they’ll put the date you need to leave by in your passport. They might also give you a document ,called a which will show the date you need to leave by. If you don’t get a stamp in your passport, you can stay for 6months from the day you entered Canada or until your passport expires, which ever comes first. If you need a stamp, you can ask a border services officer for one. If you reach an airport that uses primary inspection kiosks, ask the border officer after you finish at the kiosk.

Make sure you need a visitor visa before you apply

You may need a visitor visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization. The entry document you need depends on:

  • the type of travel document you propose to travel with
  • the country that issued your travel document
  • your nationality
  • your method of visit Canada for this trip
  • From: $100

Processing time ?

  • Varies by country
  • Check processing times
  • You may need to give biometrics with your application. This processing time doesn’t include the time you need to give biometrics.

Eligibility

You must meet some basic requirements to get a visitor visa. You must:

  • have a valid travel document, like a passport
  • be in good health
  • have no criminal or immigration-related convictions
  • convince an immigration officer that you have ties—such as a job, home, financial assets or family—that will take you back to your home country
  • convince an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your visit
  • have enough money for your stay
    • The amount of money you will need depends on how long you will stay and if you will stay in a hotel, or with friends or relatives.

You may also need a medical exam and letter of invitation from someone who lives in Canada. Some people are not allowed to enter Canada Some people are not admissible to Canada, which means they are not allowed to enter the country. You can be inadmissible for several reasons, including being involved in:

  • criminal activity
  • human rights violations
  • organized crime

You can also be inadmissible for security, health or financial reasons.Find out more about inadmissibility.

Minor children travelling to Canada: Make sure you know what to do if your minor children (children under the age of 18) will be travelling with you, with someone else, or alone. 

How to apply

You can apply for a visitor visa online or on paper. You need to give your biometrics In most cases, you now need to give your fingerprints and photo (biometrics) after you apply. Find out where biometrics fits in the application process. Venezuelan passport holders You may need to complete extra steps when you fill out your application

Why you should apply online

  • No courier fees or mail delivery time – we get your application instantly.
  • Online applications may be processed more quickly.
  • Avoid processing delays. Incomplete applications are returned to you. Applying online helps ensure your application is complete before you submit it.
  • If we need to ask for more documents, you can quickly submit them online.
  • You don’t need to submit your passport until we ask for it.
  • Get updates on the status of your application directly in your online account.

Who can’t apply online for a visitor visa

You must apply on paper if you’re using one of the following travel documents from a visa-exempt country:

  • alien’s passport for stateless persons
  • other refugee travel document for non-citizens

Why are you coming to Canada? (required) To attend an end-of-life ceremony or funeral To be present during the final moments of life of a loved one To provide care to a critically ill person To join a vessel as a marine crew member To assume a posting as a diplomat or to travel as an accompanying immediate family member of a diplomat arriving on posting who will also be accredited in Canada None of the above

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Proof that you’re eligible to travel to Canada You must bring evidence that you meet the eligibility requirements to travel at this time, such as
  • a negative COVID-19 test result (taken within 72 hours of your departure)
  • the evidence you provided in your visa application
  • written authorization from IRCC (if you’re required to get it)
  • written authorization from the Public Health Agency of Canada (if you’re travelling for compassionate reasons)
If you can’t provide this information ,you won’t be allowed to board your flight to Canada or enter at a Canadian land port of entry. Situations where you may need extra documents on arrival If either of the subsequent situations applies to you or someone you’ll travel with, have the documents indicated in hand.

You have a child under the age of 18 (a minor child)

In Canada, a child under the age of 18 is considered a minor. You may need to show

  • a letter that authorizes the minor child to travel to Canada, and
  • other documents, such as adoption papers or a custody decree, depending on if the minor child travels alone or not

Find out more about minor children travelling to Canada

You were invited to come to Canada

If you got a letter from a person or company that invited you to Canada, bring that letter with you. A border services officer may ask to see it. Find out more about letters of invitation

Your arrival in Canada

A valid visa and travel document don’t guarantee that you can enter Canada. You must also meet the current health requirements due to COVID-19.

We determine if you meet all entry requirements

When you arrive, we’ll check your identity to make sure that you’re the same person who was approved to travel to Canada. We’ll also ask to see your Arrive CAN receipt and quarantine plan.
  • We’ll assess your health before you leave the port of entry. If you’re a foreign national and you have symptoms of COVID-19,you won’t be allowed to enter Canada.
  • If you enter Canada at among of 4 major Canadian airports
    • Your fingerprints will be checked automatically at a primary inspection kiosk.
    • The system will check your identity against the information collected when your application was submitted.
  • If you enter Canada at a land port of entry
    • Your fingerprints may be checked if we refer you to a secondary inspection, where a border services officer will use a fingerprint verification device to check your fingerprints.
  • You Enter Canada

    If you pass the identity check, health assessment, and meet the entry requirements, the border services officer may stamp your passport or let you know how long you can stay in Canada. You’re normally allowed to stay in Canada for up to 6 months. In some cases, the officer may limit or extend your time in Canada, depending on the purpose of your visit. Ask questions if you’re not sure about something. You won’t be allowed into Canada if you give false or incomplete information. The officer must be convinced that

    • you’re eligible for entry into Canada
    • you’ll leave Canada at the end of your approved length of stay.

    How long you can stay

    Most visitors can stay for up to 6 months in Canada. At the port of entry, the border services officer may allow you to remain for fewer or more than 6 months. If so, they’ll put the date you need to leave by in your passport. They might also give you a document ,called a which will show the date you need to leave by. If you don’t get a stamp in your passport, you can stay for 6months from the day you entered Canada or until your passport expires, which ever comes first. If you need a stamp, you can ask a border services officer for one. If you reach an airport that uses primary inspection kiosks, ask the border officer after you finish at the kiosk.

    Make sure you need a visitor visa before you apply

    You may need a visitor visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization. The entry document you need depends on:
    • the type of travel document you propose to travel with
    • the country that issued your travel document
    • your nationality
    • your method of visit Canada for this trip
    • From: $100

    Processing time ?

    • Varies by country
    • Check processing times
    • You may need to give biometrics with your application. This processing time doesn’t include the time you need to give biometrics.
    Eligibility You must meet some basic requirements to get a visitor visa. You must:
    • have a valid travel document, like a passport
    • be in good health
    • have no criminal or immigration-related convictions
    • convince an immigration officer that you have ties—such as a job, home, financial assets or family—that will take you back to your home country
    • convince an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your visit
    • have enough money for your stay
      • The amount of money you will need depends on how long you will stay and if you will stay in a hotel, or with friends or relatives.
    You may also need a medical exam and letter of invitation from someone who lives in Canada. Some people are not allowed to enter Canada Some people are not admissible to Canada, which means they are not allowed to enter the country. You can be inadmissible for several reasons, including being involved in:
    • criminal activity
    • human rights violations
    • organized crime
    You can also be inadmissible for security, health or financial reasons.Find out more about inadmissibility. Minor children travelling to Canada Make sure you know what to do if your minor children (children under the age of 18) will be travelling with you, with someone else, or alone. Document navigation

    How to apply

    You can apply for a visitor visa online or on paper. You need to give your biometrics In most cases, you now need to give your fingerprints and photo (biometrics) after you apply. Find out where biometrics fits in the application process. Venezuelan passport holders You may need to complete extra steps when you fill out your application.

    Why you should apply online

    • No courier fees or mail delivery time – we get your application instantly.
    • Online applications may be processed more quickly.
    • Avoid processing delays. Incomplete applications are returned to you. Applying online helps ensure your application is complete before you submit it.
    • If we need to ask for more documents, you can quickly submit them online.
    • You don’t need to submit your passport until we ask for it.
    • Get updates on the status of your application directly in your online account.

    Who can’t apply online for a visitor visa

    You must apply on paper if you’re using one of the following travel documents from a visa-exempt country:
    • alien’s passport for stateless persons
    • other refugee travel document for non-citizens
    Why are you coming to Canada? (required) To attend an end-of-life ceremony or funeral To be present during the final moments of life of a loved one To provide care to a critically ill person To join a vessel as a marine crew member To assume a posting as a diplomat or to travel as an accompanying immediate family member of a diplomat arriving on posting who will also be accredited in Canada None of the above

    Document navigation

    Proof that you’re eligible to travel to Canada You must bring evidence that you meet the eligibility requirements to travel at this time, such as
    • a negative COVID-19 test result (taken within 72 hours of your departure)
    • the evidence you provided in your visa application
    • written authorization from IRCC (if you’re required to get it)
    • written authorization from the Public Health Agency of Canada (if you’re travelling for compassionate reasons)
    If you can’t provide this information ,you won’t be allowed to board your flight to Canada or enter at a Canadian land port of entry.

    Situations where you may need extra documents on arrival

    If either of the subsequent situations applies to you or someone you’ll travel with, have the documents indicated in hand.

    You have a child under the age of 18 (a minor child)

    In Canada, a child under the age of 18 is considered a minor. You may need to show
    • a letter that authorizes the minor child to travel to Canada, and
    • other documents, such as adoption papers or a custody decree, depending on if the minor child travels alone or not
    Find out more about minor children travelling to Canada

    You were invited to come to Canada

    If you got a letter from a person or company that invited you to Canada, bring that letter with you. A border services officer may ask to see it. Find out more about letters of invitation

    Your arrival in Canada

    A valid visa and travel document don’t guarantee that you can enter Canada. You must also meet the current health requirements due to COVID-19.

    We determine if you meet all entry requirements

    When you arrive, we’ll check your identity to make sure that you’re the same person who was approved to travel to Canada. We’ll also ask to see your Arrive CAN receipt and quarantine plan.
    • We’ll assess your health before you leave the port of entry. If you’re a foreign national and you have symptoms of COVID-19,you won’t be allowed to enter Canada.
    • If you enter Canada at among of 4 major Canadian airports
      • Your fingerprints will be checked automatically at a primary inspection kiosk.
      • The system will check your identity against the information collected when your application was submitted.
    • If you enter Canada at a land port of entry
      • Your fingerprints may be checked if we refer you to a secondary inspection, where a border services officer will use a fingerprint verification device to check your fingerprints.

    You enter Canada

    If you pass the identity check, health assessment, and meet the entry requirements, the border services officer may stamp your passport or let you know how long you can stay in Canada. You’re normally allowed to stay in Canada for up to 6 months. In some cases, the officer may limit or extend your time in Canada, depending on the purpose of your visit. Ask questions if you’re not sure about something. You won’t be allowed into Canada if you give false or incomplete information. The officer must be convinced that
    • you’re eligible for entry into Canada
    • you’ll leave Canada at the end of your approved length of stay
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