Visas for IM 2010 in Toronto, Canada
Visa Information (For Non-US Passport Holders)
Important: A visa may be required for non-US passport holders when entering Canada and re-entering the U.S.A!
ACP has partnered with Citizenship and Immigration Canada to assist visitors in obtaining the documents necessary for travel.
Non-US citizens visiting Canada may also require a visa (TRV) except citizens of countries where an exception has been granted. Visas may also be required for non-US passport holders to re-enter the USA.
International Medical Graduates (IMGs) currently in the US should contact the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) at http://www.ecfmg.org for information regarding visas.
- Who Needs a Visa to Visit Canada?
- How to Apply for a Visa
- How Long Will it Take to Process My Visa?
- How Do I Obtain Information/Documents to Re-Enter the U.S.A.?
If you need a visa support letter, please contact the ACP International Office by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For important safety and security information please read the US Department of State’s Country Specific Information on Canada.
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