Not all countries require temporary resident visas to visit Canada. According to new regulations of Canadian Government, which came into force on March 15, 2016 there is a group of visa-exempt countries. Citizens of those countries have to obtain so called Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA).
Which countries need Electronic Travel Autorisation (eTA)?
The catalogue of countries, who need an eTA in order to travel to Canada includes: Andorra, Bahamas, Anguilla, Falkland Islands, Saint Helena, Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Italy, Lichtenstein, Monaco, Papua New Guinea, San Marino, Solomon Islands, Antiqua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bermuda, Gibraltar, Australia, Belgium, British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, British citizens of Cayman Islands and Pitcairn Island, Chile, Turks and Caicos Islands, Cyprus, Finland, Hungary, Japan, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Brunei Darussalam, Czech Republic, France, Iceland, Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Portugal, Austria and Luxembourg.
How can I get my Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA)?
The procedure is very easy and it requires to following few simple steps:
1. Visit etacanadaonline.com
2. Prepare valid passport
3. Give your personal details and answer some simple background questions
4. Choose payment method (PayPal or Credit Card)
5. Make an online payment
6. ETA will be sent to your e-mail address
ETA is linked to your passport, therefore it is enough to have your passport with you each time you board a flight to Canada, it is valid for five years or until the expiration date of your passport.
You can apply for an ETA on our website https://etacanadaonline.com