CANADIAN TEMPORARY RESIDENT VISAS  AND eTA 

Enjoy Your Visit to Canada

What You’ll Need

If you’re planning to visit Canada as a tourist, you will have to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) or a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV).

What's the difference?

An eTA is an entry requirement for foreign nationals who are visa-exempt and are travelling to Canada by air.

The eTA is valid for up to 5 years or until your passport expires.  A TRV is required for foreign nationals who are from visa-required countries.

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How to Apply for an eTA

Applying for an eTA is a simple online process. However, make sure you only apply on the official Government of Canada website. There are many fake websites that charge you additional service fees.

 

Apply for an eTA 

By visiting the Government of Canada eTA web page.

 What to Expect 

Once the eTA is approved, it will be linked directly to the passport you used to apply.

 Having trouble getting your travel authorization? 

Contact RB MIGRATION PATHWAYS and we’ll be happy to help you out.

Visitor Visas

If you’re planning to visit Canada as a tourist, you will have to apply for an eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) or a Visitor Visa.

 Do You Need a Visitor Visa? 

Some visitors do not need a Visitor Visa. Find out if you need a Visitor Visa here.

 

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