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Student Visa

Canada accepts numerous international students for elementary, secondary and post-secondary (trade schools, colleges, universities) for visa. International students must apply for a Student Visa from IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) with the letter of acceptance from the appropriate School Board offices or schools, will receive approval, and obtain a valid Study Permit upon entry in order to study in Canada.

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Visitor Visa

Visitors must apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) in advance and get approval before entering Canada. Koreans were exempted from visa requirement since May 1, 1994 and could enter Canada without a visa or prior permission. But from November 9, 2016, they must obtain a visa or eTA to enter the country. Visitors can stay for the first 6 months after which they can extend their visitor record according to the purpose of stay.

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Visitor Visa

Visitors must apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) in advance and get approval before entering Canada. Koreans were exempted from visa requirement since May 1, 1994 and could enter Canada without a visa or prior permission. But from November 9, 2016, they must obtain a visa or eTA to enter the country. Visitors can stay for the first 6 months after which they can extend their visitor record according to the purpose of stay.

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Super Visa

A Super Visa is a long-term visitor visa/Visitor Record that allows the permanent residents or citizens to invite their parents or grandparents to stay in Canada for up to 10 years. This visa is designed to allow parents who have difficulty obtaining permanent residency due to a serious delay in the application processing and a temporary closure announcement of family sponsorship for parents and grandparents in 2011, to stay with their Canadian children who are citizen or permanent residents.

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