Visitor visa Canada || Start your journey

Visitor visa Canada || Start your journey

Canada Visitor visa is an official documents/stamp affix on your passport that indicates to Canadian Authorities that you have met/satisfied the admissible requirements to enter Canada as a visitor or tourist for the short-term purpose. You have the option to apply for Canada visitor/tourist visa Electronically & paper-based application,

How long you can stay in Canada on the Canada Tourist/ Visitor visas:

On the Canada Visitor visa / Tourist visa, you are allowed to stay for six months from the date of Entry; however, visa validity maybe ten years,

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Canada visitor/ Tourist visa requirements

Canada does not treat all international visitors the same; citizens of certain countries will have a more effortless requirement to entering Canada than others.

You must meet some basic requirements to get a visitor visa. You must:

  • Genuine Visitor:
    While the immigration officer is reviewing your Canada tourist/ visitor visa application, the primary question in the visa officer’s mind: “Will this person return to his or her own country before the visitor visa expires?” Most applicants fail to provide convincing evidence that you will return to your home country before your visitor visa expires. So being an applicant, you must satisfy that you are a genuine visitor visa

  • Financial Capacity:
    The essential requirement to apply Canada Visitor/tourist visa application is maintaining sufficient funds to support your visit to Canada? Although Canada has not published a guideline on how much funds you have in your account to apply for Canada's tourist and visitor visa.
    However, try to maintain CAD 1000/- per month to support your Canada visit.
    Do you know IRCC refused more than 51% of visitor /tourist visa application in the years 2018 due to Insufficient funds or unable to present their fund's documents to the IRCC case officer,

  • Travel history:
    Suppose you want to apply for Canada visitor visa/ tourist visa. Your previous travel history plays a significant role. Suppose you have travelled to Canada or other countries and returned to your home country before the visa expiry date. In that case, You will have higher chances to get a Canada visitor/tourist visa approved.

  • Sufficient documents:
    The IRCC typically interviewed visitor/ tourist visa candidate; the decision is completely based on your application file, although IRCC publishes the Canada visitor visa checklist on their site. Often, applicants make mistakes by submitting only those documents, not enough to make your application stronger or not convince the visa officer that you are a genuine visitor.

Provide additional documents such as following documents

  1. Proof you will leave Canada at the end of the approved stay.
  2. Proof you have the financial means to maintain your family or self and return home.
  3. You do not pose a security or safety risk to the Canadian public.
  4. Do you care for aged family members? Get evidence of your responsibilities.

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How to Apply Canada Visit Visa

Tourist visa process

To apply for Canada Visitor/ Tourist visa, you need to follow the below steps

  1. Prepare your application
  2. Apply for Canada Visitor/ tourist visa
  3. Visa outcome

  • Prepare your application:
    To apply for a Canada visitor/tourist visa application, you need to gather all required documents in the appropriate format.
    If your documents are not in the required format, Citizenship immigration Canada will return your application, and the fee will not be refundable.
    To know more about the Canada visitor visa documents checklist, please click here

  • Apply for Canada Visitor/ tourist visa:
    Suppose you prepare all required documents & all applicable forms for Canada visitor/tourist visa. Along with the Canada Visitor visa application fee and biometric charges as well. Now wait for the visa decision.
    Canada spouse visa processing time may vary from case to case, so keep patience & wait for the decision.

  • Visa Outcome:
    Post submission, CIC will assess your application as per the current immigration law; if your documents found incomplete, the fee paid incorrectly, your application will be refused, and you will be notified in writing,

If you assessed positive, you would receive requirements of submission of

  1. Biometric
  2. Passport

Once your visa approved, now you can fly to Canada to enjoy your travel.

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Please note, BE PATIENT. Nothing worth having is easy! I know it could be stressful, but that’s the reality. We all have to go through it! Wishing you the best of luck with your visa application

Visitor visa Canada processing time

ICCRC processes 80 % of visitor visa applications within 30 days from the day of receiving applications. Please note processing does not include your biometric. Your application may be delayed or returned if it’s not complete.

Visitor / Tourist visa processing time starts from the day IRCC received your application & ends when The IRCC makes a decision.

Nobody can tell you exactly how long it will take to process your application as exact processing times are difficult to predict.

However Visitor visa Canada processing time depend upon:-

  1. The type of application submitted
  2. If the application is complete
  3. how easily we can verify your information
  4. how long you take to respond to any request or concerns
  5. if the application is complete
  6. current number of applications waiting to be processed

Canada tourist visa fees

Canada tourist visa application fee depends upon the number of applicants, so please find the Canada tourist visa fee in the Canadian dollar and Canada visitor/ tourist visa in Indian Rupees.

Canada Visitor/ Tourist visa per person In Canadian dollar In INR
Visitor visa - per person Single or multiple entry visa $ 100 Rs. 5590
Visitor visa – family (5 or more) Single or multiple entry temporary resident visa $500 Rs. 27930
Biometric Fee per person $85 Rs. 4750
Biometric for family $170 Rs. 9495

Please Note:- You only need to give your biometrics once every ten years. You don’t need to give your biometrics again until the 10-year period expires.

How to pay Canada tourist / Visitor visa fee:

You must pay your Canada tourist/ visitor visa application fee with a credit card. The fees will not be refunded, regardless of the final decision.

For example, if you found ineligible for a temporary resident visa, CIC will not refund your tourist visa fees. If you apply again, you will have to pay another processing fee and, if applicable, another biometric fee.

Top 5 Tips To Get Higher Chances Of Canada Tourist Visa Approval From India

We noticed lots of genuine visitors application is being denied or refused. To avoid unhappy surprises, you should be aware of the following tips to increase your chances before applying for Canada Tourist/ visitor visa.

  • Employment:-
    Having a job in your home country will not guarantee your Canadian tourist/ visitor visa approval. Immigration officers also look at the length of your current and previous employment, the type of job you have or had, and your current salary income.
    The visa officer will also measure the duration of the requested visit to Canada. Has your company allowed you to leave for the said time, so better take a NOC letter from your company?

  • Family Obligation:-
    You may also obtain supporting letters from family members, attesting that they will look after your loved ones while you are shortly away. So provide supportive documents to visa officer that you have responsibility of you family members such as spouse, children, parents etc.

  • Property And Personal Asset:-
    Individuals are less likely to leave if they own a home, have property, or have large amounts of funds in investment accounts in their home country. While financial assets are required to establish the ability to support the visit, evidence of property and financial assets should also be provided as evidence that the applicant’s connections to the home country. Evidence can include ownership of real estate property, business, or house.

  • Travel History
    Suppose you have previously visited outside your home country for tourism and have not overstayed or have followed your allowable stay provided by the juristic immigration. In that case, you are more likely to establish trust with the immigration officer that you will not overstay during your visit to the country and that you will return to your home country after your vacation.

Please note:- Visa rejection doesn’t mean the end of the world. You can constantly re-apply anytime (unless otherwise stated on the visa denial letter) but this time, make sure to determine all the red flags which caused the denial and do not make the same things again. So better coordinate.

Canada Tourist/ visitor visa documents checklist

Applicants who wish to apply for a Canada Tourist/visitor visa need to submit all documents as per checklist instruction; However, documents requirements depend upon the personal circumstances. The visa officer has the right to ask for any additional documents.

  • Identity Documents:-
    1. Passports with six months validity from the date of arrival in Canada, with two blank pages.
    2. 3, Colour photographs: 35mm x 45mm, white background, matt finish,80% face size.
    3. Marriage Certificate copy ( if applicable)
    4. Copy of address proof

  • Employment Documents:-
    1. A Proof of Employment from your current employer
    2. Employee ID proof.
    3. Salary slip.

  • Purpose of visit Documents:-
    A detailed letter explaining why do you want to visit? Are you a genuine visitor? Why will you back to your home country before expiring your visa?

  • Proof of financial Support:-
    1. Must have a Bank statement that displays all the transactions occurring over the last six months, including all kinds of transactions like foreign slips, property purchases, fixed deposits, occupational viability etc.
    2. Income Tax returns / Form 16 for last 3 year

  • Invitation letter from Canada ( of applicable)
    If you are invited from your loved one Canada, you must have a detailed invitation letter.

  • Additional documents
    1. Hotel Booking
    2. Day to Day tour Itinerary.
    3. Air tickets
    4. If Retired - Retirement proof/pension passbook or slips.
    5. If Student - School/College ID card copy.
    6. Other financial documents like FD, NSC, PPF, Shares, Property papers etc.

Planning Your Trip/ visit to Canada: The best option is get detail on where to go and what to see, Canada is a large, diverse country with a lot going for it, Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, full of picturesque forests, mountains, and lakes that make it a fantastic place for camping, hiking, or just wandering around and admiring.

Over 18 million foreigners visit Canada every year making tourism an over $80 billion-a-year Canadian industry — bigger than lumber, fishing, and farming combined. So why not join in?

The main difference between these two visa types is that a single entry visa allows entry to Canada for one-time only and a multiple entry visa allows entry many times.

Which type of visa to get

You don’t need to choose. A multiple entry visa is what all visa applicants are automatically considered for. We will review your application and issue you a visa depending on your situation.

Multiple entry visa

While valid, a multiple entry visa will let you travel to Canada for six months at a time as many times as you want. It will be valid for up to 10 years or one month before your passport expires, whichever is shorter. You must arrive in Canada on or before the expiry date on your visa.

Single entry visa

A single entry visa lets you travel to Canada only one time. For instance, you may only be eligible for a single entry visa if:

  1. you are eligible for a fee-exemption and the purpose of your entry to Canada is limited (such as, for an official visit by a foreign national)
  2. you are taking part in a one-time special event in Canada
  3. there are approved country-specific procedures or guidelines in place.

In most cases, once you have left Canada, you will need a new visa to enter Canada again.

You won’t need a new visitor visa to return to Canada if you are travelling directly to the United States (including its Territories and Possessions) or St. Pierre and Miquelon.

Anyone who plans to visit Canada must apply from outside of Canada before they travel.

What your friend or family member needs depends on:

  1. the type of travel document they will travel with;
  2. the country that issued their travel document;
  3. their nationality; and
  4. how they will travel to Canada.

Before applying, find out what document(s) they need.

If they need a visitor visa, you may provide your family member or friend with a letter of invitation in support of their visa application. A letter of invitation can help, but it does not guarantee the person will get a visa.

There is no formal appeal process if your application for a temporary resident visa is refused.

Should you wish to re-apply, you should do so only if your situation has changed substantively or you have significant new information to submit.

You can hire a representative or an agent to help with your application. The representative or agent must be either:

  1. a lawyer or paralegal who is a member in good standing of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society, or
  2. a notary who is a member in good standing of the Chambre des notaires du Québec, or
  3. an immigration consultant who is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council

Find out more about who can represent you.

Due to privacy laws, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada cannot discuss your application with someone else without your written permission. If you want a representative or an agent to help you, you must fill out two forms:

  1. Use of a Representative (IMM 5476); and
  2. Authority to Release Personal Information to a Designated Individual (IMM 5475).

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