Invitation Letter Tips Video

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If you are interested in visiting Canada and have some one in Canada who is inviting you, they can include an invitation letter to support your cause. Watch our video to get some tips on what should be included in an invitation letter!! 

Invitation Letter Tips

If you come from a country that is not considered visa exempt then as the visitor to Canada you have to apply for Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) also known as Visitor Visa. Part of the Visitor Visa application is including an Invitation Letter from the host which can be a family, friend, co-worker etc. When you include an invitation letter it helps demonstrate your purpose in Canada. When including an invitation letter ensure it answers fundamental questions an immigration officer will be looking for such as who, what, where and why.

Information for person getting invited

  • their first and last name
  • Their date of birth
  • Their current address and phone number
  • Your relationship with the person being invited (friend, family, co-worker, gf/bf, fiancée)
  • Their purpose of trip (vacation, family emergency, family even etc.)
  • How long the person you are invited intends to stay in Canada
  • Any accommodations or expenses you are covering for the inviter
  • How long the inviter will be staying with you or intending to leave Canada

If you as the host is providing financial support to the visitor then include supporting documents that can proof you are financially capable of taking care of the visitor during their time of stay by providing bank statements.

Information about the host (the inviter)

  • Your complete name (legal name)Your date of birth
  • Your address and telephone number in Canada
  • Your occupation
  • Your status in Canada (Permanent Resident or Canadian Citizen
  • Photocopy of your status in Canada (Canadian birth certificate if born in Canada, your Canadian citizenship card, your passport, your permanent resident card or your IMM 1000 proof of landing).

If you are travelling for tourism purposes and you have no family or friend to write you the letter of invitation then just include ample details of your purpose of visit, places you will visit, reservations you have made, how you will support yourself during your time of stay etc.

If you are looking to travel to Canada for temporary purposes then contact Akrami & Associates today. Akrami & Associates has assisted many clients with their temporary and permanent stay in Canada and we can help you too.

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