Canada Visa for the citizens of Lithuania

Canada Visa for the citizens of Lithuania

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

The citizens of 54 countries and territories are exempt from getting a visa when traveling to Canada for short visits, and the citizens of Lithuania are among them. Nonetheless, as a Lithuanian, you have to apply for a Canada ETA if you travel by air. The document can be obtained online, and with iVisa, it can be yours in just half an hour.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Canada ETA?

A Canada ETA is a new entry requirement for visa-exempt nationals who will arrive to Canada by air.

What are the requirements for a Canada e-Visa for the citizens of Lithuania?

The requirements list is short, and the items on it are easy to get. iVisa will ask that you have all at hand while applying. They are as follows:

  • Valid passport – you cannot apply for a Canada ETA unless you have a passport. But that is not all! The travel document needs to stay valid for at least another 6 months from the date of arrival in Canada. Make sure to check your passport’s expiry date before you applying for the ETA.

  • E-mail address – you need to provide iVisa with a correct address because the ETA is sent to your e-mail in PDF format. The ETA is electronically linked to your passport, you don't have to hold a physical copy. But most people prefer to print one out, just in case. And we advice so.

  • Means of payment – an online application process asks you that you make the payment online as well. Meaning, you need to have a valid method of payment. iVisa accepts credit or debit cards. You can also use PayPal, Alipay, or WeChat.

What are the fees and processing times offer through iVisa?

You will be asked to choose between three options from different processing time for your application. The cost of your Canada ETA depends of the choice. This are the following options:

  • Standard processing – if time is not an problem, you can choose the slowest and cheapest choice you have at hand. Your application for a Canada ETA is processed within 1 Business Day, and the cost is USD 19.50.

  • Rush processing – this option is faster than the previous one, it delivers your Canada ETA within just 0 minutes. The cost does go a little higher. You are charged USD 49.50.

  • Super Rush processing – if you are in a hurry, you choose this option, and apply for your Canada ETA on your way to the airport. It's processed within just 30 minutes, and you are charged USD 69.50.

How's the iVisa online application form?

After you have all of the above, you can move on and fill in the application form. If you need some help completing this task feel free to contact iVisa’s customer service via phone or online chat. The service is free of charge and is always available.

There are three easy steps:

  1. Step number one asks you to provide personal information such as name, phone number, date of birth, etc. Passport information and details about your trip will be required as well. You will also have to choose between the 3 precessing times mention before.

  2. In step number two, you need to cover the payment and carefully check your form so that it does not contain any errors.

  3. And step number three wants you to upload the supporting documents of this application.

When you are finished, submit your application and iVisa will handle the rest.

What's the validation of the Canada ETA?

This ETA is valid for 5 years after issued or until passport expires. This means you must enter Canada within this period.

How many entries am I permitted? How long can I stay in Canada?

You're granted a Multiple Entry. You can stay a maximum of 180 days Per Entry.

Do I have to apply for my children?

Yes! Even if they are underage, every traveler, regardless their age, need to apply for an ETA.

Do you have more questions?

For more information on this inquiry you can go to this link. Or you can contact our customer support service, anytime, any day!

The bottom line is that as a citizen of Lithuania, you are not required to get a Canada visa for short visits, but you do need to acquire a Canada ETA if you travel by air. The document you are sent is valid for 5 years or until your passport expires. You can go to Canada as often as you like, but you cannot stay there for a period that exceeds 6 months per entry. Trust iVisa with this process and have a great trip.

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