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Visitor Visa

Are you planning to visit Canada? If yes, you need to obtain a Canada Visitor Visa, also known as a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or Canada Tourist Visa. This official document signifies that you have met the criteria for temporary residency in Canada, whether visiting for tourism, education, or work-related purposes. The Brampton Immigration issues this visa, and it comes with their stamp of approval.

There are five categories of the Canada Visitor Visa:

  1. Visit/Tourism:  If you want to explore the beauty of Canada, this category is for you. You can visit various tourist destinations and immerse yourself in the country’s vibrant culture.
  2. Study: If you wish to pursue temporary education in Canada, this category is for you. You must specify the educational institution and the chosen course of study.
  3. Work: If you are from a foreign country and want to work in Canada, you need to apply for a Canadian work permit. This category permits you to take up a job in Canada.
  4. Temporary Resident: If you intend to stay in Canada for a temporary period as a visitor, worker, or student, this category is for you.
  5. Business: If you are interested in exploring business opportunities in Canada, this category is for you. Brampton Immigration extends an invitation to eligible applicants in this category.

Brampton Immigration ensures a tailored experience in each category, making your journey to Canada seamless and enriching. Whether you are here for leisure, education, work, or business, let Brampton Immigration be your guide through the doors of Canadian hospitality.


To qualify for a Visitor Visa to Canada, applicants must fulfill the following criteria:

  1. Valid Passport:   Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay in Canada.
  2. Purpose of Visit: Clearly articulate the purpose of your visit, whether it’s for tourism, family visits, or business.
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  3. country:   Provide evidence of strong ties to your home country, such as employment, property, or family connections, indicating your intention to return.


  1. Completed Application Form:   Fill out the Visitor Visa application form accurately and comprehensively.
  2. Passport Photos:   Provide recent passport-sized photos meeting the Canadian visa photo requirements.
  3. Travel Itinerary:   Submit your travel plans, including details of your stay in Canada.
  4. Proof of Financial Means:   If visiting family or friends, include an invitation letter with their contact details and a statement confirming their responsibility for your stay.
  5. Employment Verification:  If employed, submit a letter from your employer detailing your position, length of employment, and approved leave of absence.
  6. Proof of Return:  Present evidence of your intention to return to your home country, such as a return ticket.

Why Choose Brampton Immigration?

  1. Expert Guidance:  Rely on our team of seasoned immigration professionals to guide you through every step of the application process.
  2. Tailored Solutions:  Recognizing the uniqueness of each case, our services are tailored to meet your specific needs and circumstances.
  3. Timely Processing:  We strive for prompt and efficient processing, providing you with ample time to plan your visit.
  4. Transparent Communication:   Experience transparent communication with updates at every stage of your application process.

Ready to embark on your dream visit to Canada? Let Brampton Immigration be your trusted partner. Contact us today to initiate your Visitor Visa application!

Extending a Visitor Visa

Visitor visas, whether single entry or multiple entry, offer foreign nationals the opportunity to legally reside in Canada for up to six months at a time. Upon the expiry of this period, your legal status concludes, and you must leave Canada. For those desiring an extension beyond six months, the application must be submitted while the temporary resident status is still valid, preferably at least 30 days before expiration. If your current visa expires while awaiting an extension decision, you may stay in Canada under implied status. Additionally, eligible candidates can explore permanent resident status through various Canadian immigration programs.

Previous Refusal of a Visitor Visa Application

Have you faced a refusal in your previous Canadian visitor visa application? You’re not alone. Visitor visa applications witness thousands of refusals monthly, making it the most declined application in Canadian immigration.

A prior refusal doesn’t mean a new application can’t be approved. All grounds for refusal can be addressed with a fresh application. Common refusal reasons include personal assets, financial status, family ties, employment outlook, and travel history. These concerns generally revolve around the officer’s apprehension regarding the visitor’s intent to leave Canada after their stay.

How Long Can You Stay In Canada As a Visitor?

If your visa application is approved, and you enter Canada within the valid visa period, you can stay for a maximum of 180 days (6 months). The specific duration will be determined by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) upon your arrival at the Canadian border. The border guard will assess your situation and inform you of the allowed stay, with a maximum of 180 days. In case there’s no specified departure date, you are permitted to stay the full 180 days.

How to Get a Visitor Visa Application Approved

When officers evaluate a visitor visa application, they seek indications that the applicant will leave Canada after their stay, won’t pose a risk to the Canadian public, and won’t break any laws. The crucial aspect applicants should showcase is their employment and financial resources, signaling a lack of need for illegal work in Canada and a genuine reason to return home.

Highlighting ties to the home country is essential, demonstrating reasons to leave Canada. There’s no fixed amount of money for approval, as each application is unique. The decision-making for visitor visas is discretionary, sometimes seeming inconsistent, emphasizing the importance of a well-prepared application tailored to individual strengths.

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