Canada Temporary Resident Visitor Visa
Canada, 7th February: Are you planning to go to Canada for visiting your relatives living there but don’t know how to do so?
Well, you need to make an application for Canada Temporary Resident Visitor Visa to Canada immigration department-CIC(Citizenship and Immigration Canada).
Now, let us see the various requirements and eligibility criteria for getting a Canada temporary resident visitor visa.
You need to know various documents needed to help you get Canada temporary resident visitor visa from Canada immigration department.
Forms for Canada temporary resident visitor visa—Various forms needed can be known by visiting the website of Canada High Commission.
• Application for Temporary Resident visa(IMM 5257);
• Temporary Resident Visa Checklist;
• Family Information(IMM 5645);
• Schedule 1-Application for Temporary Resident Visa(IMM 5257-Schedule 1);
• IMM 5409(Statutory Declaration of Common-Law Union-if applicable).
Canada temporary resident visitor visa—Following are needed—
• You need to have a valid passport(first of all);
• A proof of job letter or employment is required;
• A proof of your business incorporation/business registration in case you are a self employed individual;
• Proof of having sufficient funds to fund your stay in Canada;
• Bank statement; • Proof of your assets (like car, home, land etc.)
A point worth notable here is that one may need to know what is the amount one needs for funding one’s stay in Canada.
The truth is that it can vary depending upon circumstances of your visit to Canada, the duration of stay in Canada and the place where you will stay in Canada(that is, whether you will be staying with your relatives already living in Canada or in a hotel).
In case, your relative or your friend is financing your visit to Canada, then you must have an invitation letter from the concerned relative/friend to be shown as an evidence that the former is sponsoring your visit to Canada. Such proof will help in convincing the immigration official of your return to your native place after your trip comes to an end.
Make sure to mention about your family living in your native place, your involvement in community (native place) and your financial ties to your home nation as well.