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HOW TO GET VISA INVITATION LETTER FOR CANADA IN 4 STEPS

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HOW TO GET VISA INVITATION LETTER FOR
CANADA IN 4 STEPS
Do you need a visa to come to Canada? If you do, you probably need a visa invitation letter​.
Though invitation letters are not requirements for all visa applicants, it is better to have one ready
than not. here
HOW TO GET A VISA INVITATION LETTER
FOR CANADA
In order to get a visa invitation letter for your trip to Canada, you must know someone in
Canada​. This person can be a relative but they can also be a friend or even just a friend of a friend or
friend of the family. Though we should state the obvious here: it’s better if you know the person
inviting you well, as it will look better to the officer deciding your case.
The person inviting you must have status in Canada​ but can be a citizen or​ permanent
resident.
You must instruct the person writing your invitation letter to include the below information. Then
they should send the letter to you so you can submit the letter with your temporary resident visa
(visitor visa) application.
Please note​: Sometimes the visa office will request a notarized invitation letter​. If you are from
certain countries, it is a better idea to get the letter notarized ahead of time in order to avoid delays
with your application. See below.
STEP 1: INFORMATION ABOUT THE VISA
APPLICANT
The person writing the letter must include the following information about you, the person being invited
to Canada:
● your complete name, including any middle names;
● your date of birth date of birth;
● your current address (the same one you are applying from) and your telephone number
where you can be reached;
● your relationship to the person inviting you (ex. friend, brother/sister, cousin, etc.);
● the purpose of your trip to Canada (such as tourism, visiting family, etc.);
● how long you plan to stay in Canada;
● where you will stay in Canada (such as with the invitee or at a specific hotel);
● and how he or she will pay for things,
● and, finally, when you plan to leave Canada.
STEP 2: INFORMATION ABOUT THE
CANADIAN
The person inviting you must include this information about themselves:
● their complete name, including any middle names;
● their date of birth;
● their permanent address in Canada and a telephone number at which they can be reached;
● their job title in Canada;
● their status in Canada (i.e. citizen or permanent resident);
● proof of their status in Canada (photocopy):
○ for citizens:
■ If the person was born in Canada: Canadian birth certificate or
citizenship certificate
■ If the person naturalized as a Canadian citizen (swore the oath):
Canadian citizenship certificate
○ for permanent residents:
■ PR Card
■ If they do not have a valid PR Card, a Record of Landing (IMM 1000),
Confirmation of Permanent Residence or Verification of Status;
● details of the family of the person inviting you, including names and dates of birth of the
spouse and any dependants;,
● finally, the total number of people living in the household inviting you, especially anyone who
was sponsored for permanent residence in the past, or anyone currently being sponsored
inland.

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