Can I apply for a Temporary Resident Visa Visitor Visa | Visitor Visa TRV

once I am in Canada?

In order to enter Canada or even board a plane prior to departing, you will require the appropriate documentation. This documentation includes a temporary resident visa. You must obtain a temporary resident visa before your departure. You cannot obtain a temporary resident visa once you have arrived in Canada.

It is important to confirm based on your country of citizenship, whether you require a visitor visa. A country of citizenship is the country in which you are born (and you have not renounced or lost citizenship) or naturalized and to which you owe allegiance to that country. The following countries are exempt and do not require a temporary resident visa:

Andorra

Czech Republic

Japan

Samoa

Anguilla

Denmark

Korea, Republic of

San Marino

Antigua and Barbuda

Estonia

Latvia, Republic of

Singapore

Australia

Falkland Islands

Liechtenstein

Slovakia

Austria

Finland

Lithuania

Slovenia

Bahamas

France

Luxembourg

Solomon Islands

Barbados

Germany

Malta

Spain

Belgium

Gibraltar

Monaco

St. Helena

Bermuda

Greece

Montserrat

St. Kitts and Nevis

British citizens and British overseas citizens

Holy See

Netherlands

Sweden

British Nationals (overseas)

Hong Kong

(special administrative region)

New Zealand

Switzerland

British Virgin Islands

Hungary

Norway

Taiwan

Brunei

Iceland

Papua New Guinea

Turks and Caicos Islands

Cayman Islands

Ireland

Pitcaim

United States of America

Croatia

Israel

Poland

 

Cyprus

Italy

Portugal