Inviting Someone to Canada?
Need a Consent Letter?
We Prepare invitation letter to Canada on regular basis and strive to update ourselves on various visa offic requirements in different countries.
At Invitation Letter Canada we have all the answers to the most common questions you may have when you are planning to invite someone to Canada. Whether you are inviting your brother, sister, father, mother, friends, relatives or you are inviting business visitors, the requrement is almost always there: you need an invitation letter.
The other aspect of our business, as explained further below, is preparation and notarization of travel consent letters for minor children traveling with either of the parents in the absence of the other. We acommodate urgent requests and our staff can even come to you should you need for a reasonable fee.
Our business at Invitation Letter Canada is to help our clients in the process of obtaining a visitor visa be it for their family, friends or business affiliates, as the case may be. We draft and notarize Canadian invitation letters depending on the particular service that the client chooses. Canadian High Commissions, consulates or embassies accross the world almost always require an invitation letter as part of the application package for a visitor visa. The requirements for issuance of a visitor visa vary depending on the country from which the person is applying for a visitors visa. Should you choose, we can inform you of all other requirements that the particular Canadian High Commission or embassy has in place for issuing a visitors visa.
We also draft and notarize travel consent letters for parents who are traveling with a minor child (or children) in the absence of their spouse. You can draft the consent letter yourself and have us simply notarie it or request that we both draft and notarize the travel consent letter.
The Canadian law requires parental consent from the non-traveling spouse so as to ensure that the child is traveling with the consent of the absent parent. This requirements gusrads against child abduction when a parent, often in a divorce context, takes the child out of the Canadian Court's jurisdiction without the consent of the other parent.
Please contact us to book an appointment. We will soon open a new location in the Thorncliffe Park area. In our new location, you can simply drop in on a first-come-first served basis. We will announce the openning of our new location soon.
Still have unanswered questions? Contact us at (416) 365-9473 (416) 365-9473 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org