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Canada is blessed with some of the most beautiful landscapes of the world on which many are uninhabited even this present year. Those picturesque places that we have encountered in books will all come alive when you travel around Canada. When you visit Canada, you will be able to experience the Arctic Life preserved in Nunavut while the stunning Canadian Rockies are perfectly seen in Banff and Jasper National Parks, the tranquil coastline in British Columbia and all other majestic nature parks from the different provinces.
A Visitor Visa or also called as Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) is an official document given from a Canadian visa office that is placed in your passport, to show that you have met the requirements for admission to legally enter Canada as a tourist. The Canada tourist visa is granted for a maximum period of six months.
There are two types of Visitor Visas, one for single entry and another for multiple entries. The main difference between these two visas is that a single entry visa allows the visa holder to enter Canada for one time only, following the maximum period of months allowed by the government. While the multiple entry visa, allows the visa holder to visit Canada for six months at a time, without the need to reapply for another visit visa. The multiple entry visa is valid up to 10 years.
To be eligible to get a visitor visa, you must meet the basic requirements:
You may also need a letter of invitation from someone who lives in Canada.
The processing time of a visitor visa mostly takes a few weeks or less, however, it will also depend on the visa office. Expected visa fee is $100. In most cases, after you submit your application to the nearest visa facilitator service, you will receive a letter of request for your biometrics. The letter will provide further instructions on how and where to give your biometrics. Make sure to submit your biometrics within the 30 days given period.
If you got your visa approved, the visa will be stamped inside your passport. But if your application is refused, you will receive an explanation letter from the Canadian embassy.