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Depending on the country of origin, some foreign nationals wishing to visit Canada must apply for a Temporary Resident Visa or visitor visa. In order to do so, a letter of invitation is often required. The Canadian resident who wishes to invite someone, who thus requires a visitor visa, make the invitation. Usually, a Notary Public prepare and notarize that letters of invitation.
Once the letter is prepared and notarized, the visitor must present the original letter along with their application and other required documents to the Canadian consulate or embassy in their country. Citizenship and Immigration Canada, and often the local Canadian Consulate’s website, will list the requirements for the visa application.
Please take note: The presentation of an invitation letter does not necessarily imply the fact that the applicant will obtain a visa for sure. Visa officers must evaluate the applicant in order to make sure that he/she meets the requirements of Canada’s Immigration Act.
Writing and signing an invitation letter does not mean that the person signing the invitation letter becomes legally responsible for the visitor after his/her arrival in Canada. The signer must nonetheless act in good faith, telling the truth and planning to keep the promises previously made in the letter.
The visitor must submit the invitation letter to the Canadian embassy or consulate at the same time of the submission for a temporary resident visa.
This information has only an indicative purpose. The conditions for issuing a visa can be changed at any time by the authorities therefore you must regularly consult the official sources. You can write the invitation letter yourself, but it’s advisable that a specialist will do it. Some visa offices may require a public notary to certify your letter.
For information up-to-date, please always contact our office.
Please also see: www.cic.gc.ca
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Our fees and costs for writing an invitation letter are very affordable, and Mtre Leopold Lincà, notary in Montreal, welcomes you in his office; we offer our service for letters of invitation across Quebec / Canada and accompany you step by step.
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