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Proof of Visit?

hazepas

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Feb 5, 2020
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Hello! Please advise. As per the description of the " proof of visit", we could present either of the following:


-Flight ticket departing Canada
-Travel itinerary
-Proof of Medical Appointment

At this point, I can only provide a travel itinerary because I don't want to purchase a ticket yet. What is an example of a travel itinerary? Should I present this like a schedule-type of itinerary or should I just write in MS Word the places I plan to visit?


Also, I will be applying with a family member. Where can I provide the travel history of my family member? Should I include this in the travel history file I will upload as a primary applicant? Or should I upload the family member's travel history in the "Client Information" under the Family Member section?

Thank you in advance.
 

kat3onah

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May 13, 2019
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Hello! Please advise. As per the description of the " proof of visit", we could present either of the following:
-Flight ticket departing Canada
-Travel itinerary
-Proof of Medical Appointment

At this point, I can only provide a travel itinerary because I don't want to purchase a ticket yet.
You don't need to purchase a ticket for now. You can get a flight itinerary from Expedia or Google flights (or other sites) or you could screen shot from an airline of your choice. You just need to show the planned dates of your travel.
What is an example of a travel itinerary? Should I present this like a schedule-type of itinerary or should I just write in MS Word the places I plan to visit?
You can use Word. You just need to indicate the planned activities and places to visit. Example
Day 1 Arrive at Canada
Day 2 - 3 Sleep/ Recover from jet lag
Day 4 - 7 Visit Niagara Falls
Day 8 Rest
Day 9 Go Downtown

Also, I will be applying with a family member. Where can I provide the travel history of my family member? Should I include this in the travel history file I will upload as a primary applicant? Or should I upload the family member's travel history in the "Client Information" under the Family Member section?
I'm not quite sure about this part as I've never applied with my family members. Anyone from this forum can answer.
 

Dr.Shreeram

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Oct 27, 2015
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Hi,
I am applying Visitor Visa for my parents. I still don't know exactly when they will be coming. Moreover, they will be staying with me. So, what documents can i provide for Section Purpose of Travel?

Please advise

Thank you
 

hazepas

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Feb 5, 2020
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You don't need to purchase a ticket for now. You can get a flight itinerary from Expedia or Google flights (or other sites) or you could screen shot from an airline of your choice. You just need to show the planned dates of your travel.

You can use Word. You just need to indicate the planned activities and places to visit. Example
Day 1 Arrive at Canada
Day 2 - 3 Sleep/ Recover from jet lag
Day 4 - 7 Visit Niagara Falls
Day 8 Rest
Day 9 Go Downtown


I'm not quite sure about this part as I've never applied with my family members. Anyone from this forum can answer.

Thank you so much. You have been very helpful also with my previous post. Just another question. How do I make the electronic signature at the end of the form? I am actually inquiring on behalf of my senior parents and I need to explain this to them clearly. :) Thanks again!
 

kat3onah

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May 13, 2019
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Thank you so much. You have been very helpful also with my previous post. Just another question. How do I make the electronic signature at the end of the form? I am actually inquiring on behalf of my senior parents and I need to explain this to them clearly. :) Thanks again!
No need to print, sign and scan the forms. Just fill it up (do validation if needed) and upload it. When you submit the entire application, another window will pop up. You just need to type your name and that is how you key in your digital signature.
 

hazepas

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Feb 5, 2020
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No need to print, sign and scan the forms. Just fill it up (do validation if needed) and upload it. When you submit the entire application, another window will pop up. You just need to type your name and that is how you key in your digital signature.
Thank you again for your reply!