4 Mar 2020

Canada Visa




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Is Canada Visa also called as a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV)?

Ans> A Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), also referred to as a Canada ‘visitor’s visa’ or ‘entry visa’, is a document that is placed in your passport and used to enter or re-enter Canada. A TRV can be viewed as having valid permission to enter Canada for tourism, business or transit purpose.

Do I need a Canada Visa/Temporary Resident Visa?

Ans> All Indians who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada require a visa to enter Canada. The requirement for a Canada Visa also applies to temporary residents who are in transit through Canada.

What is a Canada Temporary Resident Visa (TRV)?

Ans> A Canada Temporary Resident Visa is an official document issued by the Embassy/Consulate General that is placed in your passport to show that you have met the requirements for admission to Canada as a temporary resident (either as a visitor, student, or worker). A valid Temporary Resident Visa is not a guarantee of entry into Canada; an officer at the port of entry will decide if you still meet the requirements for admission when you arrive. If there has been a change in circumstances between the date of your application and your arrival in Canada or if subsequent information is given which was not originally available to the visa office, you may be refused entry.

What are the different types of entries under a Canada Visa/Temporary Resident Visa?

Ans> A Canada Visa may be for a single entry, for multiple entries, or for transit purposes. A Single Entry Visa allows you to enter Canada only once. Such entries must occur within the time validated for your stay in Canada. (E.g. you may be given six months from the date you enter Canada at the Port of Entry) A Multiple Entry Visa allows you to enter Canada from any country multiple times during the validity of the visa.)
A Transit Visa is required for travel through Canada to another country by those persons who need a temporary resident visa and whose flight will stop in Canada for less than 48 hours. To obtain a transit visa you must provide specific evidence of your travel arrangements from your transportation Company or travel agent. To apply for a transit visa, you may be asked to show your travel tickets as part of the evidence of your travel arrangements.

What is the difference between a Canada Single and Multiple Entry Visas?

Ans> However that decision is completely at the discretion of the Embassy.A single entry visa will allow you to enter Canada once during the authorized time. If your temporary resident visa has been approved for a three month period and you decide to leave one month into your stay in Canada, you will not be able to enter again using the same visa. A multiple entry visa provides you the opportunity to enter Canada as many times during the duration of your visa. Therefore, if you receive a temporary resident visa for two months, you are eligible to come and go from Canada during that time without having to make another application. Effective February 6, 2014, all visa applications are automatically considered for a multiple entry visa. Therefore, even if you apply for a single entry visa, you may qualify for a multiple ent

How long may I stay in Canada?

Ans> The Canada Immigration official at the Canada Airport will stamp your passport indicating how long you may stay in Canada. Generally Canada Visas are issued with a validity of up to 10 years or one month before your passport expires, whichever comes first and you are allowed to stay in Canada for a maximum of six months.

How early can I apply for a Canada Visa?

Ans> You can apply for a Canada Visa up to 3 months prior to your departure date.

Do I need a Temporary Resident Visa to come to Canada on business?

Ans> If you are from a country that requires a visa to visit Canada, you will need to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa just like any other visitor to Canada. The application is the same as for a visitor visa.

What requirements must I meet for a Canada Visa/temporary resident visa?

Ans> You must show the officer that you meet the requirements of the Canada Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and Regulations and that you will be in Canada for a temporary stay. You must also:
  • Satisfy the officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your trip;
  • Show that you have enough money to maintain yourself and your family members in Canada and to return home;
  • Not intend to work or study in Canada unless authorized to do so;
  • Be law abiding and have no record of criminal activity (you may be asked to provide a Police Clearance Certificate);
  • Not be a risk to the security of Canada;
  • Produce any additional documents requested by the officer to establish your admissibility;
  • Be in good health (complete a medical examination, if required);
Note: Visitors may require additional formalities which could add three weeks or more to the normal processing period. The Canada visa office will advise you further if such requirements apply to you.

What are the features of a Canada Visa?

Ans> 1. Unless exempted for any reason, all visitors must apply for, obtain and carry the visitor visa before appearing at the Port of Entry where the Canada Visa and other credentials will be verified.
2. The visitor visa can be for single or multiple entry purposes.
a. Single entry visas can be applied for up to six months from date of intended travel.
b. The validity period of a multiple entry visa cannot exceed 10 years or one month before the date of expiry on the applicant’s passport.

What is the eligibility criterion for a Canada Visa?

Ans> 
  • One can be granted a Canada Visa if the intention of Visit is genuinely expressed to the officer.
  • Demonstrate sufficiency of funds to stay in Canada for the time of stay.
  • Demonstrate the intention to return home after the mentioned time of stay.
  • No intention to study or work unless or otherwise mentioned.
  • No record of criminal offenses.
  • Be able to provide any other documents upon request.
  • Be healthy at the time of Canada Visa Application.
Beyond this, you will need to also demonstrate your intended temporary purpose in Canada. Do not forget that you are applying for a temporary document and an officer will wish to see the temporary nature of your stay in all aspects of your application.

Do I need a Canada Visa if I am just passing through the airport?

Ans> Sometimes. Many countries require a "Transit Visa" for stops in the airport, even just to change airplanes.

Do my children need separate Canada Visas?

Ans> Yes. Most countries which require a visa from foreign travellers will also require visas issued in the name of the child. You will have to provide original letters certifying your right to take the child out of Canada: usually the authorization of both or the other parent for this travel.

Will I or my family members need a medical examination during the Canada Visa application?

Ans> In some cases you will require a medical examination. If a medical examination is required, you will be informed by an officer who will send you instructions on how to proceed. A medical examination may add over 3 months to the processing of your Canada Visa application.

How can I extend my stay from within Canada?

Ans> After you arrive in Canada, you may want to change the conditions of your visit. This is possible in special cases. To extend your stay, you should apply three weeks before your Canada Visa is scheduled to expire.

What will happen after I submit my Canada Visa application?

Ans> After receiving your complete Canada Visa application, our Visa Experts will perform a complete check based on Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) requirements and will then submit the application on your behalf to the Canada Visa Application Centre (VAC). Once the Embassy/Consulate has assessed your application they will make a decision and affix a visa counterfoil in your passport or otherwise issue you with a letter explaining why a visa could not be granted. The Canadian Embassy/Consulate will then securely return your passport to the Canada Visa Application Centre (VAC) and the same will be collected by us and handed over to you.

Is Canada Visa tracking possible and if yes, how do I to track my Canada Visa status?

Ans> Yes, Canada Visa tracking is possible on the VFS Canada website. You can track your Canada Visa status by entering your Tracking ID Number and your Date of Birth. An update will also be provided on the Online Application Tracking System on VFS Canada website, that your passport is ready to be returned.

Do I need to take health/travel insurance?

Ans> You are strongly advised to purchase health/travel insurance to cover yourself as medical treatment can be very expensive in Canada. Your travel insurance offers protection against unexpected emergencies on international travel such as coverage of medical expenses, flight delay and cancellations, passport and baggage loss or personal accident. For financial safety and security on your international trip, we highly recommend you to purchase travel insurance and avail our special offer.

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