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Canada Tourist visa

Temporary Resident Visa

Canada is a very popular destination for tourists. Canada offers some of the best tourist attractions, whether you are looking to enjoy the metropolitan cities like Vancouver, Toronto or looking to spend your time adventuring and being active, you will have lots of options.

How To Get A Temporary Resident Visa

Getting a Temporary Resident Visa (Visitor Visa) for Canada can sometimes be challenging. You need to fulfill lots of requirements in order to get a temporary resident visa. To visit Canada you will need to meet some basic requirements (unless you are from a Visa exempt country). Some of these requirements being: a valid travel document, such as a passport (please remember to make sure that it is valid beyond the end of your scheduled visit). Also, you will need to be in good health and have no criminal or immigration related convictions.

 

If these two requirements above are met, you can fill in the application form. In your application, you will have to convince an immigration officer the following:

 
You will leave Canada by the end of your visit and you have strong ties back home. By strong ties, it means that you have a job, a family, and financial assets like a business or home. It is important that you convince the officer that you will go back by the end of your visit because of these strong ties. You may also be required to show that you have sufficient funds for your visit. It is important to have proper documentation for all the above factors that are crucial for getting a visitor visa.
In the event that you are denied a visitor visa, it is important that you re-apply after carefully evaluating the reason for rejection. It is very important to address the reason for rejection.
 
 
Disclaimer: There may be other requirements and information that you may need before applying for a visa. For complete and up to date information, please visit Citizenship and Immigration Canada website (cic.gc.ca).

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