Visitor visa Canada is called a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV). That is to say, it is a sticker document in your passport that you receive after your application is approved. To clarify, majority of travellers need a TRV or eTA to enter into Canada. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) issues the visitor visa at their inland or overseas offices.
You are not allowed to work. Further, you may study in a program of up to 6 months length. Above all, Canada has plenty of natural beauty and fun places to enjoy. For example, Niagara falls, Banff National Park, CN Tower, Pacific Rim National Park are some of great places to explore.
- Firstly, you must have a valid travel document. For example, a passport.
- You should be in good health.
- Must not have any criminal background or immigration related convictions.
- You should have enough money for the stay. The required money will depend on the duration of your visit and other arrangements.