iVisa | Updated on Feb 18, 2020

Important Note: We currently cannot offer you the Canadian ETA or eVisa, but stay tuned because we will launch this product very soon

The citizens of Taiwan will have the chance to apply for a Canadian eVisa very soon. This online process is quite easy to understand and it won't require too much on your part. You can learn more about this upcoming process with the information below.

Frequently Asked Questions / FAQs

If I'm from Taiwan, do I need a visa to visit Canada?

Yes, you need a Tourist Visa to travel to Canada.

How Long Can Taiwan Citizens Stay in Canada?

Once you receive your Canadian Visa, you can stay in Canada for 180 days Per Entry.

What are the documents required?

The first thing you must handle before you begin the online application process is to make sure that you meet the requirements. Fortunately, the list is short and contains nothing out of the ordinary. You will need the following:

  • Valid passport – You must get a valid passport for at least 6 months from the arrival date in Canada.

  • An e-mail address – Keep in mind that the application process is entirely online, you will get your document via e-mail. That is why you must offer an e-mail address to which you have access.

  • Payment Options – For the same reason as above, you need to have an online payment method. You can use a credit or a debit card, but PayPal is accepted as well.

What are the processing times and fees?

The amount of money you are charged for a Canadian ETA depends on which processing time option you select when you fill in the application form. iVisa gives you three choices so that you can go for the one that is most convenient for you. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – With this alternative you'll get your eVisa in 24 hours while you accept to pay USD 19.50.
  • Rush processing – if you are looking for a better and faster alternative, then you should pick this one. Your Canadian ETA will be ready in 4 hours and the total price will be USD 49.50.
  • Super Rush processing – This is the fastest option iVisa offers, but it is also the most expensive. You'll be charged USD 69.50, but your application will be ready in only 30 minutes.

How much time do I need to apply?

You only need 20 minutes to complete the online form.

How can I apply for it?

For you to know what to expect when you access the application page, we will provide a short description of the online application form. However, you should know that if you need help at any moment, iVisa’s customer support is at your disposal 24/7 and it is free of charge.

You will notice that the form you have to complete consists of three steps:

  1. The first one asks you to provide personal information, as well as to select a processing time from the options listed above.

  2. The second step asks you to make the payment and review your form.

  3. The third step asks you to upload the necessary documents that support your online application. As soon as you are done, you can submit your request and iVisa will take it from there.

The bottom line is that as a citizen of Taiwan, you only need to apply for a Canada ETA if your trip to Canada is short (i.e., tourism purposes).

Do I need a visa for my children too?

If your children are less than 18 years old, then they only need to travel with appropriate documents and meet the same entry requirements as adults. Contact us to get more information.

How does the Canadian ETA look like?

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Where can I find more information?

If you still have some questions or concerns about the application process, then you can contact us. There's also more info about this upcoming electronic document on this link.

Our main goal is to make sure that the travel document process is easy for you, and that's reflected in our reviews. We are proud of the services we always provide and strive to provide an excellent experience for every traveler around the Globe.

Important Note: We currently cannot offer you the Canadian ETA or eVisa, but stay tuned because we will launch this product very soon

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