Obtain a visitor visa to Canada
Do you want to visit Canada or temporarily join your grandchildren or children?
A visitor visa, or temporary resident visa, is a document that is affixed in the passport of people wishing to travel to Canada.
If you are planning to visit Canada, depending on your country of origin, you may need to obtain a visitor visa.
Under what conditions do you need a visitor visa?
When traveling to Canada, you may need an electronic travel authorization or a visitor visa. The presentation of one or the other document depends on various factors.
What are the requirements to be able to apply for a visitor visa?
If you want to apply for a visitor visa, you must meet several requirements.
Among these, you must have a valid passport, be in good health, and not have been convicted of any criminal activity or immigration-related offenses.
Finally, you must have a certain amount of money that is sufficient for your entire stay in Canada.
What other steps are necessary during the processing of your request?
Once your request is sent, the competent authorities will review your file. During the processing of your application, you may be required to attend an interview conducted by a representative in your country.
These conditions are once again not exhaustive, and in order to know if you meet the eligibility conditions, we invite you to contact us to discuss the process with a professional.
Alice Santamaria, immigration lawyer
Alice Santamaria has practiced exclusively in Canadian immigration law for several years in Montreal.
Passionate about defending her clients and the success of each immigration project, Me Santamaria represents each client by making sure to provide transparent, personalized, and professional service while maintaining a human approach.
Before becoming a lawyer, Me Santamaria completed a Master’s in International Law at the University of Montreal, worked at the United Nations in Geneva, and was involved in several associations fighting for human rights and defending the rights of immigrants and refugees.
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Permanent residence is a status that allows an individual to settle freely in a province of their choice in Canada. He has the opportunity to live, work and study there, just like a Canadian citizen.