Certain foreign nationals are required to possess visitor visas if they wish to visit or travel through Canada. Depending on your citizenship, you may or may not require a temporary resident visa. If you do not require a visa to come to Canada, a determination as to whether you are allowed to enter Canada will be made by a CBSA officer upon your arrival at the port of entry.
Foreign nationals who require a visa must make applications to a Canadian visa office . You must show that you meet the requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act(IRPA) and Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations and you will be in Canada for a temporary stay. The applicants need to meet the following requirements:
- Possess a valid travel document such as passport
- Not criminally inadmissible
- Be in good health. A medical examination may be requested
- Have ties to your country of origin(i.e. job, family, home and property) that compel you to return upon the completion of your authorized stay
- Satisfy the immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your trip
Have sufficient fund to cover for your trip; however, the amount vary depending on the purpose of your visit, how long will you stay or whether you will stay in a hotel or with your friends or relatives.
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