Visitor Visa

Visitor Visa

Canada is the world’s second biggest country in the world and is the perfect place for nature-lovers and city-slickers alike to go away on vacation. It is one of the most desirable tourist destinations in the world. It is a true immigrant melting pot and an economic success story, with good schools, health and transport infrastructure. With a stable political system, a strong regulatory framework and low levels of corruption, Canada regularly ranks as one of the best places in the world.

Millions of people come to Canada every year for short periods to work, study, visit family or as tourists. Refusal of an application can be very hard to overcome, so it's important that an application be the best it can be, the first time.

To get a visitor visa approved, you will need to demonstrate you have enough funds to support yourself and everyone included in the application, and that you are a bona fide visitor with genuine intentions.

During your stay, you’ll need enough money to support yourself and everyone included in your application. The purpose of your visit could be to visit friends and family, explore Canada’s natural beauty, or adventure activity. However, you cannot work in Canada on this visa. You can visit Canada as a genuine tourist and most of TRV are issued for 10 year multiple-entry, however the person is authorized to stay up to 6 months or less on any single entry

The type of visitor visa for Canada you may apply for depends on your purpose for staying in Canada.

If you are from a visa waiver country, you can travel to Canada without a visa, but you must hold eTA.

If you are not from a visa waiver country, then you will need to apply for a visitor visa before you arrive in Canada.

Parents and Grandparents Super Visa

A super Visa Canada allows parents and grand-parents of Canadians or Permanent residents to stay in Canada for up to 2 years at a time. It is a multiple-entry visa and valid for 10 years. It means parent or grandparent can visit at many times as they want within those 10 years as long as each trip is less than two years. The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa requirements are :

  • You have to be the parent or grandparent of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
  • Your child or grandchild is inviting you to come to Canada
  • Your child or grandchild meets a minimum income threshold
  • You must buy medical insurance from a Canadian insurance company for a minimum coverage of $100,000 and valid for at least one year for health care, hospitalization and repatriation
  • You have to undergo an immigration medical exam. You can either get this done upfront before you apply or after you apply