Canada Visa for Israeli
iVisa | Updated on Jul 15, 2021

As of March 2016, all citizens of visa-exempt countries have the opportunity to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization online. Of course, this does not apply to Israeli and all those who have a valid visa issued by the Canadian embassy. As for the rest, you can check whether or not you are eligible for a Canada ETA using a tool called Visa Checker provided by us. In order to do that, insert Israeli as the nationality in the drag-down field and then enter the country of Canada, and you will get all the details in minutes. Not only that but if you do qualify for the document, you can apply right there and then.

Canada Visa for Israeli-what do you need?

We have worked very hard to simplify the process for you, and as a result, thousands of customers, including Israeli are satisfied with the services. However, you just need a couple of things to begin your application. Pay attention to the list of documents:

  • Valid passport – it is quite simple to check if your passport complies with the validity for 3 more months from your arrival date to Canada.

  • E-mail address – we will send your travel authorization by email, for this reason, the address must be valid. Also, check the spelling so that you do not lose your visa.

  • Means of payment – we accept the most common methods of payment such as credit/debit card, and Paypal.

When you have everything mentioned above, you can proceed to the application form. It should not take you more than 10 minutes to complete.

Travel documents for Israeli – the application process

Once you catch a glimpse of the application process that we have structured for Israelis, your mind will be at ease. It is an extremely simple process that will not challenge you in any way. It consists of three parts, and if you have any questions, our support service will help you.

  1. First, it is as simple as it can be. fill out your data like your marital status, address, passport info, and other such aspects. It should take you about five minutes to complete. Also, step one will ask you to select a processing time. Keep in mind that according to what you choose, you will know how much to pay for your request. These are alternatives that we have for you:

    • Standard processing time – while this is the lengthiest option, it only takes 24 hours for your application to be processed. As for the price, it costs just USD $41.99. It is as cheap as it gets.

    • Rush processing time – while one business day is not long, you will be able to select this process and have your document ready within 12 hours. However, the price will go a bit higher to USD $72.49.

    • Super Rush processing time – your ETA will be completed in 6 hours. You will have to pay the cost of USD $109.49. Even so, it is an excellent option for Israeli who you have an emergency and you need to be on the next plane out.

  2. Moving on to the next step, you will have to pay and proofread the information of your form. Corrections are possible only in a small window of time given the fact that the processing lasts maximum one day. It is impossible to change anything once the application is processed, this applies to all including Israeli. Double-check every piece of information you provide, and you should be at ease.

  3. The last step consists of a few personal background questions and document upload. The last part is not the same for everyone because it depends on individual circumstances, but you will be notified of everything you need to provide. After that, you just hit submit, and your ETA will arrive in the timeframe you selected.

The Canada visa for Israeli documents will expire 5 years after issued or until passport expires, and it will allow you to stay in Canada for a maximum of 180 days Per Entry. You have Multiple Entry included so you can go in and out as you choose. Don't forget to get a copy of your ETA.

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Yixi (Sophia) Li is the co-author of this article. She is a licensed immigration consultant (RCIC) who has been working with an immigration law firm since 2016. She is also a licensed paralegal in Ontario and a notary public. She has a Masters of Law. In 2018, she founded Mainstay Immigration Law Firm and Yixi Li Legal Firm.

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