A l 1 visa is a temporary visa that allows a Canadian visitor to stay in Canada temporarily for up to three months and has no restrictions.
If you are traveling to Canada and you are married to a Canadian, you can apply for a l 1.
You can apply online, or you can mail your application to the embassy of your choice, or in person, in person at a consulate or consulate office.
You’ll need a valid passport and you’ll need to submit proof of residence and proof of insurance to get your l 1 in Canada.
Your application must be completed within 10 days of arrival, and you can return to your home country after 90 days.
For more information on l 1 visas, visit the consulate or immigration office in your home town.
For the best way to get an l 1 Visa, visit Canada’s immigration website.
You must provide proof of your marriage, the date of your wedding, and your name and address.
You will also need proof of residency in Canada and proof that you have insurance to stay, as well as proof of employment.
Here are some other things to know about applying for a Canadian visa: Your spouse will be required to provide evidence of marriage, including marriage certificates, birth certificates, divorce papers, or death certificates.
The application form asks you to provide proof that your marriage has not been annulled, that you are the legal guardian of your spouse, or that you reside in Canada with your spouse.
The visa application will ask for information about your spouse’s immigration status.
The embassy of Canada in your country of residence must send you a certified copy of the marriage certificate or death certificate, along with the letter confirming your marriage.
If your spouse has not filed a divorce or an annulment, you’ll have to show proof that both your marriage and death certificates were filed in your province or territory.
The l 1 will require you to show your Canadian birth certificate.
If the l 1 requires proof of Canadian citizenship, your application will be completed with a certificate of naturalization, a Canadian passport, and a certificate showing you were a citizen at birth.
You may be asked to provide additional information on your employment history.
If necessary, you may be required by the embassy or consulate to provide documents to support your employment status.
You have 30 days to lodge an application with the embassy.
For additional information, visit your nearest embassy or consular office.
Visa application forms are available online at the Canadian consulate or consulates or by calling the immigration department at 1-800-267-8339.
Your l 1 must be stamped and mailed to the Embassy of Canada, or to the Canadian consular officer in your city or town, at the consulate’s or consul’s address, in order to be processed.