Every year, millions of foreigners flock to Canada as tourists and long-term, temporary residents. In 2011, Toronto alone welcomed 10 million visitors. This is unsurprising since there are plenty of cultural, historical, and tourist attractions to be seen in the country. Most foreign tourists arrive in Canada on a Tourist Visa, which permits stays of up to a maximum of six months. However, since 2011, parents and grandparents have been able to visit Canada on a Super Visa which allows for much longer stays than normal visas. Given the requirements involved in qualifying for a this type of travel visa – the most difficult being the Super Visa insurance – parents and grandparents may as well take advantage of their longer stay to see more of Canada.
As is the case when visiting any country, foreigners will always fare better if they behave in a respectful manner at all times. …Read More