Visiting Canada

Every year, Canada welcomes thousands of foreign nationals who have come to Canada for tourism, trade and cultural interaction. Parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents also come to visit their family members in Canada.

Persons travelling on Nigerian passports will require visas before entering Canada. If you plan to visit, you must demonstrate that you have a legitimate purpose in Canada and that you have enough money for your stay. You may provide a letter of invitation to support your visa application. This letter should show information about you and the person extending the invitation to you.

Generally, visitors are admitted to Canada for up to six months in the first instance. If you wish to remain beyond this time, you may apply to extend your stay. If you have a parents or grandparent super visa, you may remain in Canada for up to two years at a time.

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