Traveling to Canada? Make sure to get an eTA before you go!
Visa-exempt foreign nationals who are flying to or transit need to apply for an eTA.
Please check and confirm our service contents, funds, refund policies before using our service.NOTICE: CANADA eTA Application Service does not confirm your entry to Canada. CANADA eTA Application Service apply for an eTA on your behalf by cost of $69USD per application.
An eTA is required for any visa-exempt foreign nationals who are travelling to Canada by air. Although you can apply for an eTA anytime, The Government of Canada suggests tourists to apply as soon as you have decide to visit Canada. You must have your eTA approved before the entry to Canada. Otherwise your entry will be rejected. If your entry to Canada is by sea or road (Car, Bus, or Walk), eTA is NOT needed. Once your eTA has been confirmed by Canadian government, your eTA will be valid for 5 years. However, since the eTA and your passport is linked by the Canadian government's system, if your passport expires within the 5years, your eTA will as well be expired. An eTA system has started in August 2015 and been mandatory for the tourist in March 2016. You can simply apply for an eTA online.
- Any visa-exempt foreign nationals who is entering Canada. Entry includes immigration, re-immigration, and Transit.
-Any visa-exempt foreign nationals who is flying to Canada.
-Any visa-exempt foreign nationals (excluding US Nationality) needs to get an eTA.
These are people who do NOT need an eTA:
- Who has Permanent Residence Card of Canada.
- Who has US Nationality Citizenship.
- Who will not use air to enter Canada. (Car, Bus, Ship, Cruise, and etc.)
- Who holds Visa approved AFTER 1st of August, 2015. (Students Visa, Working Holidays, etc)
*If your visa satisfies remission conditions, you need to get an eTA.
Applying for an eTA can be easily done online. You will need to have followings: Your Passport, Credit Card, and your E-mail address. Your passport needs to be valid 1 day after the day you leave from Canada. In order to use our services, you need to agree on our protocols. And all items required should be truthful information. If your information happens to be a false information, your eTA will definitely be rejected by Canadian government. Once you have a confirmed eTA, your eTA information will be linked to your passport information. The immigration officers at Canadian airport have the final authority for your immigration and we do not hold any responsibility at all.
Frequently Asked Questions
We strongly suggest that you apply for an eTA as soon as possible. The exact arriving/leaving dates are not mandatory for application.See More
If there is an information error between your passport and eTA, the entry to Canada will be rejected. In that case, you will need to apply from the start with the truthful information. Please be careful and make sure you apply with a right information.See More
We send an email to your address with your personal eTA number. We strongly suggest that you keep the number. The copy of email is not necessary in the immigration process. However in some unforeseen cases, your eTA numbers may be needed. If your eTA has not approved, you will need to apply for Canadian Visa.See More
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