Canada Visit Visa

A Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), commonly known as a visitor visa or Canada Tourist visa, is an official document granted by a Canadian visa office and affixed to your passport. This serves as evidence that you have fulfilled the necessary conditions for entry into Canada as a temporary resident, whether for purposes such as tourism, studying, or employment.


To obtain a visitor visa, you are required to fulfill certain fundamental criteria, including:

  1. Possessing a valid travel document, such as a passport.
  2. Maintaining good health.
  3. Having no criminal or immigration-related convictions.
  4. Demonstrating to an immigration officer that you have significant ties—such as employment, a residence, financial assets, or family connections—in your home country, indicating your intent to return.
  5. Persuading an immigration officer that you will depart Canada upon the conclusion of your visit.
  6. Possessing sufficient financial resources to cover your stay.
  7. The specific amount depends on the duration of your visit and whether you will be staying in a hotel, with friends, or with relatives.
  8. Undergoing a medical examination and, in some cases, providing a letter of invitation from a Canadian resident may also be necessary.


The following information must be submitted for your Canada visa application:

  1. Your passport.
  2. The relevant Canada visa application form.
  3. Evidence of paid Canada visa fees.
  4. Documentation confirming a clean criminal record.
  5. Proof of good health through a medical examination.
  6. Photographs that adhere to the specified requirements for a Canada visa.
  7. Verification of financial means.
  8. Evidence of your intention to return to your home country after the expiration of the Canadian visa.
  9. Identity and civil status documents.
  10. A cover letter detailing the purpose of your travel to Canada.
  11. A letter of support or invitation to Canada.