All visitors entering Canada must present a valid passport and in certain cases, a visa. Citizens from the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Australia and others do not require a visa to enter Canada.
For a complete listing of countries whose citizens require visas to enter Canada visit, www.cic.gc.ca.
Citizens of countries not required to carry a visa for entry into Canada should contact their Canadian consulate or embassy for information regarding the documentation they are required to be in possession of. Information on international Canadian embassies can be found on the Foreign Affairs website, www.international.gc.ca.
To request an Invitation Letter please download the appropriate form.
The constitutional countries of ISAAME (India, South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East) will complete this form.
All other countries will complete this form.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any questions regarding your ISAAME CONSTITUTIONAL COUNTRIES LION INVITATION LETTER REQUEST FORM – 2014 TORONTO CONVENTION.
Please contact email@example.com if there are any questions regarding your LION INVITATION LETTER REQUEST FORM – 2014 TORONTO CONVENTION.
As a general rule, Canada does not allow persons with DUI's to enter their country, although travellers who require in-depth information regarding the process of applying for a waiver or other admissibility questions can reach the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) during regular business hours, Monday to Friday (08:00 - 16:00 local time, except holidays) by calling either (506)636-5064 or (204)983-3500.
You may also view the following links with CBSA on their waiver process:
• Citizenship & Immigration (for related policies and procedures on waivers): http://www.cic.gc.ca/
• CBSA’s home page: http://cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/menu-eng.html
• CBSA’s Contact page: http://cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/contact/bis-sif-eng.html
• CBSA’s info for non-Canadians: http://cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/noncan-eng.html
A single DUI conviction is not grounds to deny entry into the U.S; however, multiple DUI convictions or a DUI conviction in combination with other misdemeanor offenses can make a person inadmissible and require a waiver prior to entering the United States.