Canada is a must visit the country. Its natural beauty is unparalleled, its multicultural and cosmopolitan cities are delightful, and its diversity is charming. You may find hundred good reasons to visit this wonderful country once in your lifetime.
We provide assistance for all kinds of visa services and help you land Canada relaxed and with a valid entry. Below are the kinds of visa services and solutions we offer.
Super Visa is the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa offered by the Canadian government. Through this visa, parents and grandparents of Canadian Citizens and Permeant Residents can enter the country and stay up to 2 years at a time. It allows multiple entries up to 10 years giving the family plenty of time together.
To be eligible for Super Visa, parents or grandparents need to get an invitation letter from children or grandchildren and obtain Canadian medical insurance.
Visitor Visa is also referred to as Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or Canadian Tourist Visa. Getting visa makes you eligible for admission to the country as a temporary resident. Basic requirements for Visitor Visa include having a valid travel document, good health condition, and proof that you will leave the country before the visa expires.
There are single entry visas and multiple entry visas. Often applicants are considered for multiple entry visa as single-entry visa is issued under unique circumstances.
Electronic Travel Authorization
Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is required if you are travelling from a visa-exempt country by air. This was introduced in 2015 making it simple for eligible Foreign Nationals to visit Canada by successfully filling a simple online form.
Upon approval, the eTA is linked to visitor’s passport. It is valid for five years until the passport expires and allows you for multiple entries for a maximum stay of six months each time.
Temporary Resident Permit
Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) is not Temporary Resident Visa. The former is a travel document meant for inadmissible individuals due to medical or criminal reasons to enter or remain in the country.
TRP is given only f the person’s need to travel to Canada overweighs the risk of his being in the country. In other words, his presence in the country must not risk its citizens. The duration of the stay under TRP will depend on the reason of the travel and the discretion of the concerned authorities making a decision on your application. It may be granted for just the day or for 3 years.