Visitors from specific countries may require a temporary resident visa (TRV) to enter Canada. A visa is a standard travel document that’s inserted into your passport to give you permission to enter Canada.
Conditions Of A Visa
There are 2 types of visas; a multiple-entry visa and a single-entry visa. Both these visas are valid for a specific duration and they cannot be used again once they expire.
A single-entry visa allows to enter Canada only once. Once you leave Canada that’s it. You will require a new visa should you wish to enter Canada again. This does not hold though should you leave Canada and travel to the US or St. Pierre and Miquelon.
A multiple entry visa grants you unregulated entry and exit of out of Canada for a period of 6 months without having to apply again. It’s valid for 10 years.
As you travel to Canada, you and any other family member travelling with you should carry all the necessary travel documents and identification papers for. This helps you avoid unnecessary delays as you board a plane to Canada.