Oct 11, 2017

How Can I get a Canadian Visa

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Edited: Oct 11, 2017

Minimum requirements to apply for a Canadian Visa include;

  • Proof of funds for your visit to Canada

  • Invitation letter from friends or family your are visiting

  • Proof that you will return to your home country

  • Ties in your home country

  • If coming as a tourist- Flight and accommodation plans while in Canada

  • Valid passport or travel document

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