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Mistakes to Avoid While Applying For Canadian Visitor Visa

by Ishita Trivedi student visa consultant
Canada is the second largest country in the world and is a country with major tourist attraction from across the globe. Whether it for work purpose or you are going with your family or friends, Canada is a great place needs to be explored. As a tourist, you would want to explore the diverse landscape of Canada and the country has everything that will allow you to have a great time in the country. 

In the Northern part of Canada, you will find fjords, glaciers, and snowy vistas and the scintillating northern lights that lit up the night sky. In the Eastern part of Canada, you could experience breathtakingly beautiful islands like Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. You could also indulge in thrilling water sports in the East. In the center of Canada, we have Ontario, home to the renowned metropolitan Toronto. Here, you could enjoy the charm of vibrant city life. Whether you are a person who loves immersing the city life or a nature lover or a thrill-seeker, Canada has something for every soul. Any Canada Visitor Visa Consultant could help you with your visa application so that you experience this beautiful land. Generally, with a Canadian visitor visa, the person could stay for 6 months in the country.

Avoid These Mistakes While Applying For Tourist Visa

1. Submitting Only the Required Documents
If you submit only the required documents, you are providing the minimum information for your visa application. In many cases, submitting just the required documents could make your case crystal clear and you will not have sufficient to convince the visa officer. 

2. Not Showing Strong Ties to your Homeland
Your visitor visa application can be denied if you do not show strong ties to your homeland that could convince the visa officer that you are willing to come back. Connections to employment and owned property are great evidence. To make things more clear, it is advisable to show copies of employment contracts, title deeds, lease agreements, etc. You could also show your participation certificates in the community activities which prove your active involvement in the same. Also, the proof that you have aging parents or family members to take care of would act as great evidence to convince the visa officer.

3. Unambiguous Letter of Invitation
A letter of invitation is not explicitly needed when you are applying for a Canadian tourist visa but visa consultants strongly suggest this as it acts as a great tool in convincing the visa officer. Ask your family member in Canada or business partners or your employer to send a letter of invitation to you which mentions crystal clear detail about your visit and that they will be providing you accommodation. The letter must include your birth dates and precisely your travel dates. Get it signed by the concerned person sending the invitation letter. But make sure to mention things clearly as an unambiguous invitation letter could do more harm than good.


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