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CANADA IS OPEN: Canada re-opened for tourism on 29th October 2021.

DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
The Canada Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) is a travel document required for visa-exempt visitors to Canada. It is valid for up to 5 years or until the passport expires, whichever occurs first.

In addition to requesting your ETA, you have the opportunity to add a Health Declaration called the Canada ArriveCAN, which is required for all travelers to enter the country.

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WHO CAN ENTER CANADA WITH THESE DOCUMENTS
Fully vaccinated travelers can now enter Canada for tourism reasons. The ETA document is a requirement only for visa-exempt travelers. In contrast, everyone who enters Canada, including children, must apply for the Canada ArriveCAN. Apply for both at iVisa.com.

OBTAIN THE CANADA ETA
To apply for a Canada ETA, you have to give some personal information and some details about your intended stay in Canada. Remember that the ETA is a requirement for visa-exempt travelers.

DISPLAY THE DOCUMENT
Once you finish the application process, if you have added the Canada ArriveCAN (Health Declaration), we will forward it to your email before your trip along with your ETA. Make sure you have both documents ready to display to the immigration officers once you arrive at the airport.

Visit the FAQs below to view quarantine rules for Canada.

ABOUT COVID-19 SELF-TESTING
Don't waste vacation time searching for a COVID-19 test center. Even if you don't need to take a test to enter Canada, you will need a negative COVID-19 test result to enter the US. Simplify testing by ordering the eMed self-testing COVID-19 kit online. Pack the test in your suitcase and self-test no more than 3 days prior to your flight back to the US. Check the FAQs to learn more about our trusted testing partner.

Required Documents to Apply
  • None

Important Instructions
  • US RESIDENTS ONLY: To return to the US you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test the day before your entry date. Don’t waste time looking for a test lab in Canada. Simplify travel with the purchase of an eMed test kit. Order yours now and pack it in your luggage. Then follow the Certified Guide’s online instructions to take the mandatory test 24 hours before your journey back to the US.

  • Canada ETA is a requirement for visa-exempt travelers who will arrive in Canada exclusively by air.

  • Fully vaccinated travelers who have spent time outside Canada or the USA in the 14 days prior to arrival will be subject to random COVID-19 testing on arrival and must quarantine until a negative test result is received.

  • You will need to bring the passport you used to apply for your ETA, as the ETA is electronically linked to it. If you get a new passport, you need to get a new ETA.

  • You must have a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of your arrival in Canada.

  • Children under 5 are exempt from pre-departure COVID testing requirements.

  • It is best to get an ETA before you book your flight to Canada.

  • Once your ETA is approved, check that the passport number included in your ETA approval email matches the number in your passport. If they don’t match, you need to apply for a new ETA.

  • Accepted vaccines are AstraZeneca, Covaxin, Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer, Sinopharm and Sinovac.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Canada has been taking steps to restore travel within its borders. In order to enter Canada for tourism purposes, you’ll need to display your COVID vaccine passport or vaccination certificate.

Accepted vaccines are AstraZeneca, Covaxin, Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer, Sinopharm, Sinovac.

Travelers must have received their final dose at least 15 days before departure in order to qualify as a fully vaccinated traveler.

  • COVID test prior to arrival: PCR within 72 hours, see other country arrival requirements below

  • COVID test exemptions: Children under 5

  • COVID test on arrival: All passengers at land border and unvaccinated passengers at the airport will be tested on arrival, as well as a random selection of fully vaccinated travelers who have spent time outside the US and Canada in the 14 days prior to arrival.

  • Arrivals from India: Molecular test from the approved Genestrings Laboratory at Indira Gandhi International Airport within 18 hours

  • Arrivals from Morocco: PCR with a QR code documented in the Moroccan PCR test certificate for COVID-19 and issued by the Government of Morocco within 72 hours.

The eMed self-test COVID-19 kit includes 6 rapid antigen tests that meet major US airline's entry requirements- perfect for travelers on round-trip journeys from the United States!

Order your test kit before your trip and it will be delivered to your home address for easy testing, anywhere, anytime. The Certified Guide will help you get results in 15 minutes on the NAVICA app. Get the eMed self-test COVID-19 kit for $150- that’s only $25 per test.

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  • Quarantine requirements: Unvaccinated travelers must quarantine for 14 days

  • Quarantine testing: PCR test on arrival and day 8 for unvaccinated travelers.

  • Fully vaccinated travelers who have been outside Canada and the USA within 14 days: Selected travelers will be tested on arrival and must quarantine in a suitable place until a negative result is received.

An ETA is a new entry requirement for visa-exempt nationals who will arrive in Canada by air. From March 15, 2016, visa-exempt country nationals who fly/transit Canada will need the ETA. Exceptions include US citizens and travelers with a valid visa issued by the Canadian Embassy.
The Canada ArriveCAN is a travel document that all travelers must obtain before traveling to Canada. All the information you provide through this document will help the Government of Canada contact you in case of any emergency. The Canada ArriveCAN DOES NOT replace a visa, meaning that if you need a visa to enter Canada, the authorities will ask for it once you arrive. We recommend you contact the embassy in this case. Start the online process here.
The Canada ETA is a requirement for visa-exempt travelers who will arrive in Canada by air. Apply here.
No documents are required to submit an ETA application. You will only need to have a valid ordinary passport along with an email address and a credit/debit card for the payment. Check the testing FAQ to find out whether you need a negative COVID-19 test result to enter Canada.

A Canada ETA costs USD 5.50 and if you apply at iVisa.com, you'll have to add the cost of our processing fee:

Standard processing: USD 14.00

Rush processing: USD 44.00

Super Rush processing: USD 64.00

Note: If you need the mandatory Canada ArriveCAN, add USD 9.95 to each processing time.

It depends on the processing time you choose. We offer three options:
  • Standard Processing: 24 hours.
  • Rush Processing: 4 hours.
  • Super Rush Processing: 30 minutes.
The Canada ETA is valid for 5 years after the issue date. This means you must enter Canada within this period. In addition, it is a Multiple Entry visa and allows for a maximum stay of 180 days Per Entry. Please notice that the Canada ArriveCAN is valid only for a single entry, meaning that you would have to apply for a new one if you leave and enter the country once more.
Your passport should be valid for the duration of your visit.
Yes. All travelers, regardless of their age, will need the ETA when they travel to Canada. Even if your child is on the parent's passport, a separate application must still be completed for the child. Get started now.
You can use our visa checker at the top of this page to see if your nationality is eligible for an e-Visa.
No, the Canadian ETA is valid for 5 years after issued or until passport expires. You can visit Canada as many times as you wish as long as the ETA is valid. Note that each visit is limited to a maximum stay of 180 days Per Entry. However, keep in mind that the Canada ArriveCAN is only valid for one entry. So if you enter Canada multiple times, you’ll need to get a new ArriveCAN each time.
No, you do not, as it is electronically linked to your passport. However, it is advised that you carry a copy with you, just in case. Apply now.
Yes, both documents are normally available for free. However, we remind you that applying for this document with our services is a great way to save yourself much time. Also, keep in mind that at iVisa.com you can complete the online application form in any language you prefer, and our team of specialists will always ensure that your application doesn’t have any issues.
A yellow fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with a risk of yellow fever transmission. Apply for your documents here.
If you want to know if Canadians are as nice as everyone says, then you must take a trip there and convince yourself of that fact. Canada is a huge country, but it has only about 36 million people. Even so, a trip there is worth your while for the wilderness alone. You can visit lots of places, including cities that will remain in your memory forever. Nevertheless, there are still a few things that you should know so that you can be prepared. One of the first things you need to check off your list is the documentation. Chances are that you are going to need some sort of a travel document to enter Canada. There are some visa-exempt nationalities, but even they require an Electronic Travel Authorization, also known as an ETA, to cross the border. The only exception is represented by US nationals. If you do not belong to any of those categories, you need to go to the nearest Canadian embassy to get a consular visa. The requirements are easy to meet, but we recommend that you go through this process in advance to avoid delays and whatnot. Before thinking of making a tour of Canada, you should be aware of the fact that the distance between destinations is usually enormous. Canada has vast territories. The point of this is to know that you will not be able to see everything you want to see in a single short trip. You will need some time, especially if the destinations you want to visit are scattered all across Canada. Even so, you have multiple means of transportation at hand, and if you want to enjoy the scenery, taking the train may be your best option. No matter how much you read about Canada, nothing can prepare you for the weather. Of course, it depends on your country of origin and its climate, but Canada can be incredibly cold. It matters what seasons you choose to visit the country, but even in the summer, the temperatures can drop dramatically in the prairies and in the mountains. What you need to remember here is to pack layers. Lots and lots of layers. Plus, you need a thick woolen hat, gloves, and a warm scarf. Your extremities can get very cold, and you do not want anything falling off, do you? Insulated clothing is something you should consider if you hate the idea of multiple layers. It may be more expensive, but it is worth it. You will be warm and comfy for the entire trip. One other thing you should consider in Canada is Couchsurfing. Have you ever heard of it? People in Canada are actually as friendly as most of the world thinks. That is why you can stay in someone’s spare bedroom or on their couch for free when you visit Canada. Even hostels are quite expensive in Canada, and if you do not want to spend most of your money on accommodation, Couchsurfing is your best option. There are several websites where you can arrange that. One big plus of Couchsurfing is that not only you have a free place to sleep, but the host will know the best places to visit in a particular city. You can get a warm bed, a nice meal, and some valuable tips for your trip. It cannot get any better than that. Another ‘rumor’ about Canada is that you can find a Tim Hortons around every corner. Except that this is not a rumor, but a fact. You do see a Tim Hortons everywhere you go. .It is a Canadian icon for chains of coffee and donut shops. It is just as common as nice people and maple syrup. You all must have heard about Canada being medical heaven. The insurances cover everything, and people rarely take money out of their pockets to pay for medical care. While that is true, the principle does not apply to foreigners. That is why if you plan on visiting Canada, we advise you to buy travel insurance if your current policy does not cover international medical care. At the same time, make sure that your policy covers everything you want to do while in Canada. A regular insurance policy will not cover rafting or skiing, so if you plan to do those things, get insurance that covers accidents that may occur while rafting or skiing. Otherwise, you will be required to pay huge amounts of money for the medical services you receive. To experience the best of Canada, do not stay inside the city borders only. As mentioned earlier, Canada is a vast country, and there are just 36 million people. It is about the same size as the whole of Europe. That means there is a lot of wilderness in Canada. But my god, what a wilderness. The mountains, the prairies, and the lakes are stunning, and you can engage in all kinds of activities. You can go rafting, skiing, trekking, canoeing, camping, fishing, and whatever else you can think of. If you are a photographer, Canada’s wilderness is paradise. The scenery is breathtaking, and surely you will never forget what you see. Most of the places are untouched, and you can absorb nature in its purest form. Just make sure to keep away from the wildlife, and if you encounter a moose, do not anger it. Nobody has ever won a fight with an angry moose whose territory has been accessed. The bottom line is that Canada is almost everything you can hope for. You have the lovely people who apologize for everything, the delicious maple syrup, and of course, Tim Hortons. But that is not all. Canada is full of places where you can get lost in. In the metaphorical sense of the word ‘lost.’ You will create unforgettable memories, experience all kinds of exciting and fun activities, and with some luck, you can find accommodation for free. It is a dream destination. Everyone who has ever gone there agrees with that, so why should you not have the best time there?
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