A temporary resident visa (TRV) or Visitor Visa is an official document placed in your passport by a visa office. It shows that you meet the requirements to enter Canada. You can visit Canada as a tourist, meet your family and friends, attend business events, or just transiting through a Canadian airport on your way to your final destination. Regardless of the purpose of the visit, every foreign national must meet specific requirements to travel to Canada. Most people need a visa OR an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA). Some people may only need a valid passport.
If you plan to stay in Canada for more than six months with your children or grandchildren, you may be interested to know about Super Visa. The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa is a multiple entry visa that allows eligible parents and grandparents to visit family in Canada for up to two years at a time without the need to renew their status. It is valid for up to 10 years.
Update: As of February 21, 2021, you must meet the new requirements to travel to Canada, including testing and quarantine when coming to Canada.
How we will help you:
Assessing admissibility under IRPA and IRPR
Assistance in writing the Letter of Invitation/purpose of travel
Guidance in obtaining medical Insurance ( Parents & Grandparents Super Visa)
Individualized documents checklist
Complete your application forms
Submitting your application through the Canadian Government's Authorized Representatives Portal
Representing you in all communication with Immigration Canada