Ten-year multiple-entry visa: easier for US citizens travel to Canada for business of pleasure
Improvements to make it easier to visit Canada with a new ten-year multiple-entry visa that will make applying more efficient for applicants. The expectations that Canada will be seeing more applications for visas in the future make this a welcomed addition to the frequent traveler.
Citizens of certain countries require a visa to come to Canada temporarily. Currently, the maximum validity period of a multiple-entry visa is five years. However, increasingly, countries are issuing passports which are valid for ten years. In light of this, the Canadian government is changing its policy for visa issuance.
Where applicants apply for multiple-entry visas, they may now be issued to the maximum validity according to the length of the passport validity (up to ten years, minus one month).This practice, already recommended for parents and grandparents with sponsorships in process, and may now be extended to other clientele, such as business visitors.
As Canada is becoming a preferred destination for visitors and business travellers alike, Canadian government continues to balance the need to facilitate this travel while responsibly managing their borders. The government states that they will increasingly focus attention on applications with the greatest potential for threat and vulnerability, while streamlining low risk cases.
Further limitations on validity may apply on a case-by-case basis.
The ten-year visa will be an option available to more low-risk travellers who are citizens of visa-required countries.
For questions on this or any other issue, contact Chaudhary Law Office, PLLC, or attorney Satveer Chaudhary @ (952) 525-2285.
Contact Us From Anywhere in the U.S.
(952)525-2285 ♦ firstname.lastname@example.org
Satveer Chaudhary is the founding lawyer of Chaudhary Law Office, PLLC. In practice over 10 years, Chaudhary brings 14 years of legislative experience as a State Senator and Member of the Minnesota House of Representatives to each and every case.At Chaudhary Law Office, our clients come first. Every client is treated with courtesy and is guaranteed effective representation. Practicing in the areas of Immigration Law, Wills, Divorce, Family Law, Small Business and Criminal Law, we provide free intial consultations to all our clients.
In 2004 Satveer Chaudhary was named the University of Minnesota Law School Alumni of the Year. He was also awarded the Governor’s Certificate of Commendation for the Legal Aid Society of Minnesota, served as Special Assistant to Minnesota Attorney General Hubert H. Humphrey III, and was recognized by the worldwide Asian-Indian community for his dedicated work, Chaudhary was named to the top-50 non-resident Indians in the world (NRI World magazine).
The information provided is offered for informational purposes only. It is not offered as and does not constitute legal advice. Chaudhary Law Office, PLLC does not seek to represent you based upon your review of this brochure. You should not make legal hiring decisions based merely upon brochures, advertising or other promotional materials.