A visitor visa or a TRV is issued to an applicant who has demonstrated the intention to visit Canada and remain in Canada temporarily. The officer must be convinced that the applicant has enough ties to the home country as well as the financial capability to afford the flight as well as the time spent in Canada.
Officers also carefully look at the travel history as well as previous immigration applications made to Canada and to other countries. The issuance of a TRV is highly discretionary therefore the more complete the documentation, the more chances to obtain the visa.
Learn about the purpose of your visit when applying for a visitor visa (TRV) by watching our Youtube video below.
Get information about visitor visa refusal and reapplying by watching our Youtube video below.
Here are our useful blogs about Visitor Visa in Canada
I applied to visit Canada but now I am facing a visitor visa refusal. Can I appeal? If you applied to visit Canada and your with a visitor visa refusal, you can appeal; however, we usually recommend that people reapply. […]
I recently became a Permanent Resident and my sister who is a citizen of India and is studying abroad in the UK, wants to visit me for a few weeks during her holidays. I submitted a visit visa permit application […]
I was denied a Visitor Visa to Canada twice, what can I do? If you are denied a visa to Canada, this might have a negative impact on any future applications you make to Canada. CIC maintains a unique file […]
There is no rule period of time which you need to wait before re-applying. If you wish, you could re-apply immediately after obtaining a refusal. However, we recommend that if you chose to re-apply following a refusal, you do so […]