Canada Visitor Visa is a brief Canadian migration alternative that enables voyagers to visit Canada with the end goal of tourism and recreation. A Canada traveler visa is otherwise called Canada guest visa or Canadian Transitory Inhabitant Visa (TVR). The Canada visitor visa is conceded for a greatest time of a half year.

Canada tourist visas are of two types:

1. Single entry visa

2. Multiple entry visa

Both the visas are valid for a fixed period and cannot be used after they expire.

A solitary section visa enables the visa holder to enter Canada just once. After the visa holder leaves Canada, with the exception of heading out to the Assembled States and St. Pierre and Miquelon, he or she will require another visa to enter Canada once more. In the event that the traveler is making a trip to the Assembled States (counting its Regions and Belonging) or St. Pierre and Miquelon, he or she won’t require another guest visa to come back to Canada.

A numerous section visa enables a guest to go back and forth from Canada for a half year on end, without having to reapply each time. The numerous section visa can be legitimate for up to 10 years, or one month before the visa holder’s travel permit terminates, whichever happens prior.