which countries doesn need visa

Old Oct 4th 2003, 6:58 am
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Old Oct 4th 2003, 9:23 am
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Can you be more clear with your question?

If you are asking nationals of what countries need a visa to become a
Canadian PR the answer is all of them - everyone must qualify for, apply
for, granted a PR visa and land in Canada to become a PR.

If you are asking what countries don't require visa from person who is a
Canadian PR then the answer is - none based on that fact alone, as having a
Canadian PR status doesn't give you any privilege anywhere outside Canada.
So, if you are required to obtain a visa to any country while you are not a
Canadian PR then you still need the same even after becoming Canadian PR.

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Old Oct 4th 2003, 9:54 am
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Default Re: which countries doesn need visa

..... except Switzerland....
You don't need a visa to enter Switzerland if you're a Canadian PR.


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Originally posted by Andrew Miller
Can you be more clear with your question?

If you are asking nationals of what countries need a visa to become a
Canadian PR the answer is all of them - everyone must qualify for, apply
for, granted a PR visa and land in Canada to become a PR.

If you are asking what countries don't require visa from person who is a
Canadian PR then the answer is - none based on that fact alone, as having a
Canadian PR status doesn't give you any privilege anywhere outside Canada.
So, if you are required to obtain a visa to any country while you are not a
Canadian PR then you still need the same even after becoming Canadian PR.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
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Old Oct 4th 2003, 3:58 pm
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[what countries don't require a visitor visa from a person who is a
Canadian PR]

You can check the entry rules for individual countries (as known
to the airlines that take you there) at this web site:

http://www.delta.com/travel/trav_ser...atic/index.jsp

Make sure to correctly select your citizenship, and your status
as an "alien resident of" Canada.

In article <[email protected]>,
ms1234567 <member@british_expats.com> wrote:
    >.... except Switzerland....
    >You don't need a visa to enter Switzerland if you're a Canadian PR.

Besides Switzerland, the Bahamas and a few jurisdictions in the
Caribbean also waive the entry visa requirements for Canadian and US
permanent residents.

Mexico used to be like this too, but not anymore. Currently,
country-specific rules apply; you will find specific rules at an
official Mexican embassy/consulate web site. Citizens of some
countries who would normally be required to obtain a visitor visa or a
tourist card stamped by a Mexican consulate, don't need either if they
are permanent residents in Canada or USA. Citizens of all other
countries who would normally need a Mexican tourist visa are only
required to obtain a tourist card stamped at a consulate if they are
Canadian or US PRs. (Now, the difference between going to a Mexican
consulate to get a stamp in a passport [visa] or a stamp on a tourist
card is not that great -- but the latter is free and, perhaps, takes
less time). The Timatic web site apparently contradicts the consular
pages: it says "visa and tourist card", where, according to the
consulates -- whom I am more likely to trust in this case -- "visa OR
tourist card" is required.

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