Business Visa
A visitor visa provided to business visitors in Canada is also known as a Business Visa sometimes. A business visitor is someone who wants to come to Canada temporarily to grow or invest in a business or to advance their business relationships within Canada.
What are the types of activities that may be conducted by a business visitor?
To be able to enter Canada, you would need an eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) or a Visitor Visa (also known as the Business Visa Canada):
A Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), or a Visitor Visa, is an official travel document that allows foreign nationals to enter Canada as business visitors, temporary workers, tourists, or students. A visitor visa is a mandatory document needed for all foreign nationals to enter Canada unless they are from a visa-exempt country.
Foreign nationals belonging to visa-exempt countries only need an eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) to enter Canada if they are boarding a flight. If coming via sea or land, an Electronic Travel Authorization is not needed.
List of Required Documents to bring to Canada when coming on a Business Visa
A valid passport or a travel document is needed throughout your stay in Canada.
Any one of these is required to be able to enter Canada.
Letters of Support from the parent company and a letter of invitation from your Canadian Host Company or a Letter of Recognition provided by the Canada Border Services agency is needed.
You have to show that you have sufficient funds to stay in Canada for your trip and then return.
Service or warranty agreements, or contracts if applicable. Contact details of your business host present in Canada.
Qualifications of a Business Visitor to apply for a Business Visa Canada?
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