The Visa and Travel Authorization program allows you to apply for a visa online and print your own Visa Waning paper document.
There are three different types of visa: the Temporary Residence Permit (TRP), the Permanent Residence Certificate (PRC), and the Permanent Resident Card (PRCA).
All three are valid for a period of one year.
The TRP is the cheapest visa, with a cost of $25 and is the most common type of visa for travelers who have recently arrived in Canada.
The PRC and PRCA are the most expensive, and cost $100 and $500 respectively.
To apply for each type of TRP, you will need to fill out a form, pay $25 in fees, and take the online test.
There is also a separate application fee that you must pay if you apply online, which is $25 if you have a Canadian credit card and $150 if you do not.
To purchase a TRP or PRC, you need to provide your passport number and email address to the processing company.
You can also buy a temporary residence permit online, but you will have to wait several days for it to clear.
You also can’t renew your temporary residence permits at the same time.
For more information, read our article on applying for a T-visa.
Before you can buy a PRC or PRT, you’ll need to visit the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and fill out an application.
You will need your passport to prove your identity, which can take up to 30 days.
You must provide your full name and date of birth and a passport-sized photo of your passport, as well as a valid social security number and your driver’s licence number.
You’ll also need to include a letter from a trusted person confirming that you will be staying in Canada for a maximum of 60 days.
Once you have completed the application, the CBSA will send you an electronic document to complete.
After completing this, the application will be reviewed and if you’re approved, you can get a PRT or T-VISA.
You may need to wait up to 72 hours for the T-Visa, but that will be determined by the CBS.
If you get approved, it will take at least two weeks for the CBSS to process your application.
If your application is denied, the next step is to file a formal request with the CBP.
You need to pay $35 in fees.
After you file your request, you must then wait for at least three weeks before you can begin to apply again.
If all goes well, the Canada Immigration and Refugee Board (CHIB) will send the application for your T-1 visa, which will give you the right to apply and apply for any other visa.
There will also be a processing fee of $75 if you are applying for the PRC.
If the application is approved, the process will take three to five weeks.
If it is denied or denied in excess of that, you have three weeks to file an appeal.
If a final decision is made in your favour, you may be allowed to stay in Canada without a visa for as long as you are not in the United States.
The CBSA is also in charge of issuing your TRP.
For a PRP, you pay $100 in fees and wait about six months before you have your document processed.
If approved, this is the first time you will get a T1 visa.
After six months, you should have your T1 stamp stamped on your passport.
Once your T4 and T5 stamps are stamped, you are now a permanent resident.
There’s a separate process for the second T-4 and three T-5 stamps, which are used to get a Temporary Resident Card.
Your T4 will be stamped at the border, while the T5 will be sent to the Immigration and Citizenship Canada office in Ottawa.
You have a maximum six-month stay in the country.
If an application is unsuccessful, the remaining time you can stay in a certain country will depend on your income.
If there is an income limit on your T3 stamp, your time in that country will be reduced by one month.
If no income limit is imposed, you cannot be a permanent citizen.
If any of these conditions are met, you qualify for a temporary resident visa and can apply for an indefinite stay.
For example, if you earn $30,000 and can live in one of Canada’s six designated provinces, you would qualify for an income of $35,000.
You would also need the permission of the provincial government to apply.
For information on the temporary resident status, read more about Canadian immigration and citizenship.
The last step is for the federal government to review your application and grant you a visa.
This can take several weeks and it will be up to the CBSE to