Single entry visit visa to Canada

Old Apr 15th 2005, 9:05 am
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Friends,

I apologize for posting this question here but did know where else to post.

I need to find out if somebody on a Single entry Visit visa to Canada can enter US (assuming the person has US visa) and then travel back to Canada?

I'll appreciate your input.

Regards.
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Old Apr 15th 2005, 10:00 am
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Originally Posted by nukeclear
Friends,

I apologize for posting this question here but did know where else to post.

I need to find out if somebody on a Single entry Visit visa to Canada can enter US (assuming the person has US visa) and then travel back to Canada?

I'll appreciate your input.

Regards.
Yes, provided that you do not go somewhere else too.
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Old Apr 15th 2005, 7:35 pm
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Default Re: Single entry visit visa to Canada

Thanks for your response Jim. I may have not been clear in my post ... a person on a single entry visit visa can enter canada, then go to US, and can come back ... am I right?

Thanks.
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Old Apr 15th 2005, 10:49 pm
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Default Re: Single entry visit visa to Canada

Originally Posted by nukeclear
Thanks for your response Jim. I may have not been clear in my post ... a person on a single entry visit visa can enter canada, then go to US, and can come back ... am I right?

Thanks.

YES !!
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Old Apr 16th 2005, 12:32 am
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Default Re: Single entry visit visa to Canada

Originally Posted by nukeclear
Thanks for your response Jim. I may have not been clear in my post ... a person on a single entry visit visa can enter canada, then go to US, and can come back ... am I right?

Thanks.
The Canadian stamp is valid for 6 months unless otherwise indicated. So make sure they have time left on their single entry as well.
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Old Apr 16th 2005, 12:47 am
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Originally Posted by nukeclear
Thanks for your response Jim. I may have not been clear in my post ... a person on a single entry visit visa can enter canada, then go to US, and can come back ... am I right?

Thanks.
Yes but it must be within the original period that you were allowed to remain in Canada - usually 6 months unless the border officer decides to permit a shorter stay instead.
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