Last Updated: 25 February 2021
Canada welcomed more than 22 million visitors in 2019. Canada issued more than 5.7 million Temporary Resident Visas (Commonly known as visit visas) in 2019 alone.
People visit Canada for a variety of reasons such as study, leisure, business, tourism, visiting family and friends.
Canada Allows entry with an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to citizens of certain countries, which means you do not need a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) instead you need an (eTA).
If your country does not fall into the Visa-Exempt Category, you will need to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV).
There are many reasons why your TRV may not be approved, the minimum requirements are you have to prove sufficient ties to your home country, have enough funds to cover your travel period, medical expenses or may need a letter of invitation from a business or friend, depending on your situation.
Usually a TRV gives you entry for 6 months.
Additionally, certain types of TRVs like Super VISA give your parents and grandparents a chance to stay in Canada for up to 2 years, in one single visit.
We can help you navigate the sophisticated process of applying a TRV (visit visas) and present your case in the best possible way, enhancing your chances of success.