New Travel Regulations in Canada: eTA

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is introducing new traveling regulations for visa-exempt foreign nationals.

Starting on March 15, 2016, individuals who do not require a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) will need to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) in order to board a flight to Canada. Having an eTA will be mandatory for any air travel, including transiting through the country. This will give government a chance to examine individuals for admissibility prior to their arrival to a Canadian port of entry.

Check out the infographic below to find out more about the changes in Canadian traveling regulations!

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  1. […] The eTA costs CAD $7 and is valid for 5 years (or until the passport expires). Individuals need to fill a simple form with their name, passport number, email address and a few simple questions. Most eTAs are approved within minutes of application. For more information about the eTAs, please see the eTA infographic. […]

  2. […] valid for a duration of 5 years. Most applications are approved minutes within applying. Check out our infographic for more information about the eTA requirements and […]

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