CANADA VISA ONLINE
Get Your ETA (Electronic Travel Authority)
e-Visa to Canada Now!
starting at only $45 (all inclusive)
Easy Online Application • Fast Processing
No Hidden Fees • Secure PayPal Checkout
CANADA VISA ONLINE
Get Your Electronic e-Visa to Canada Now!
starting at only $45 (all inclusive)
Easy Online Application
No Hidden Fees
Secure PayPal Checkout
Canadian ETA (Electronic Travel Authority) e-Visas
are issued for the following types of travel:
Tourism | Business | Visiting Family/Friends
In March 2016, the Canadian Government introduced their new entry requirement known as an ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization). A Canada ETA e-Visa is required no matter your nationality if you are arriving by air and have a USA permanent resident card (Green Card). UVC can obtain a Canadian ETA e-Visa on you behalf. You simply answer a few questions, pay a fee online, then receive your visa approval letter via email. Yes, its really that easy! Just print your visa approval letter and present it with your passport when boarding your flight and to the Canadian Immigration Officials upon entry.
The Canada ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) is normally valid for 5 years from the date it is issued or until passport expires. It allows for multiple entries and a max stay of 180 days per entry.
Regular processing time is 2-3 business days and rush processing time is same business day (including weekend).
Important Note: If you enter Canada by car, bus, train or boat (including cruise ship), you don’t need an e-Visa, however, you will need to provide proof of your lawful permanent resident status in the United States along with your passport. This can be a valid permanent resident card (Green Card) or a valid Alien Documentation Identification and Telecommunications System (ADIT) stamp.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Canada ETA (Electronic Travel Authority)
What is a Canada ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization)?
The Canadian ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) e-Visa is a new entry requirement for visa-exempt nationals who will arrive in Canada by air. From March 15, 2016, visa-exempt country nationals who fly to or transit through Canada will need the ETA e-Visa. Exceptions include citizens of the United States and travelers with a valid visa issued by a Canadian Embassy/Consulate.
What nationalities are eligible for Canada e-Visas?
When you begin the online application on this page above, the first question will contain a drop down menu listing all nationalities that are eligible to apply for an Online Visa to Canada. If your nationality is not on the list, this likely means you are not eligible for the e-Visa but should instead apply for the standard visa.
What is required to apply for an Azerbaijan Visa Online?
The following are requirements for submitting an Canadian ETA e-Visa application:
- A clear color scan or photo of your passport main page and adjoined signature page.
- A clear color scan or photo of your proof of legal U.S. residency.
- A clear color photo of the applicant from the chest up, face forward, with a white background.
- A credit/debit card for payment.
- An email address for confirmation.
- Your passport must be valid for 6 months beyond the date of your intended exit from Canada.
- Your passport must have a least one completely blank visa page for entry and exit stamps.
Do I need to get separate Canada ETA e-Visa for my minor children?
Yes. All travelers, regardless of their age, will need the ETA e-Visa when they travel to Canada. In the event a minor is on their parent’s passport, a separate application must still be completed for the child.
Is a transit visa necessary if I have a layover in Canada?
All lawful permanent residents of the United States require an ETA e-Visa to fly to or transit through a Canadian airport.
What is required depends on:
- The type of travel document you will travel to Canada with.
- The method of transportation used to travel to Canada.
- The country that issued your travel document.
- Your nationality.
What are the vaccination requirements to travel to Canada?
How long is an Canada ETA e-Visa valid for?
The Canada ETA e-Visa is valid for 5 years from the date it is issued or until your passport expires. It is a Multiple Entry visa and allows for a maximum stay of 180 days Per Entry.
How long does it take to get an Canada ETA e-Visa?
The processing time to get a Canadian ETA e-Visa depends on which option you choose:
Standard Processing: 2-3 business days (Monday – Friday)
Rush Processing: Same business day (including weekends)
What is the cost to get an Canada ETA e-Visa?
The fees below are all inclusive and are listed by visa type and processing time.
- Tourist – 2-3 business days (Monday – Friday): 45.00
- Tourist – Same Business Day (including weekends): 65.00
- Business – 2-3 business days (Monday – Friday): 45.00
- Business – Same Business Day (including weekends): 65.00
How can I get updated regarding my applications status?
You will receive a confirmation email right after you apply and pay the fee. Ensure to check your spam folder if you did not receive the confirmation. You can call 877-VISADOC (847-2362) if no confirmation is received.
Once your visa is approved, we will notify you via email with the visa approval letter attached. Your Canadian ETA e-Visa will electronically linked to your passport However, it is highly advised that you carry a printed copy of your visa approval letter with you, just in case.Your The visa approval letter should be printed out and presented when boarding your flight and upon arrival into Canada.
Do I have to print and carry my visa approval letter with me when I travel?
No. The Canadian ETA e-Visa is electronically linked to your passport. However, it is highly advised that you carry a printed copy of your visa approval letter with you, just in case.
TRAVEL SMART WITH STEP (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program)
The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program is a free service provided by the U.S. Department of State for citizens of the United States traveling or living abroad to. It allows the State Department & U.S. Embassies to:
- provide you with the latest security updates from the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate;
- assist your family or friends in the U.S. to contact you with urgent news while you’re traveling;
- contact you and provide assistance during an emergency situation overseas such as an evacuation, if you lose your passport, or if your passport is stolen while you are abroad.