It would be nice to not have to apply for a visa every time for your visit to Canada. Fortunately, there is a way for you to gain access to Canada that will allow you to come here anytime for travel, study, or work.
The Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) will allow you to do all of that. All applications for the TRV are now being considered for multiple entries.
What Is a Multiple Entry Temporary Resident Visa?
The TRV is for foreign nationals who want to visit Canada for a limited period and leave at the end of their stay. The TRV is also referred to as a Visitor Visa. Multiple entry TRVs are for the foreign nationals who need to visit Canada multiple times within a period of 10 years for limited stays of up to 6 months.
What Are the Benefits of a Multiple Entry Temporary Resident Visa?
A multiple entry TRV will allow you to visit Canada anytime within the period of 10 years for a visit or a vacation. You may also conduct business or enroll in a study program that lasts less than 6 months if you are authorized to do so under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). That way, you won’t have to reapply for a Canadian Visa for every visit.