visitors visa

Canada Immigration Forum (discussion group)


 
visaplace.com            
Subject: visitors visa
  Hi everyone can you pls enlighten me on this topic pls.

My mom has been granted a visitor´s visa, she entered canada last Sept 21, 2007, is she allowed to stay for 6 mos from the time of arrival?
Is the expiry date indicated on the sticker in her passport means she´s allowed to enter canada within those specific date or is that the expiry of her visa to stay in canada?
Your answers will be highly appreciated.

[17-10-2007,03:50]
[**.86.105.154]
angel
(in reply to: visitors visa)
PP stamping date means the time frame upto which she can enter.

How long can she stay will be determined at the port of entry.

2 things are different.

[17-10-2007,23:44]
[**.154.164.167]
Departed_Canadian
(in reply to: visitors visa)
Thanks so much for the info. ,now I clearly understood everything.I´m happy that I don´t have to go through the hassle of extending her visa. Thanks again. God bless!
[18-10-2007,02:08]
[**.86.105.154]
angel
(in reply to: visitors visa)
Angel,

Carefully try to see the ´Duration of Stay" in her passport supposed to be written by the immigration officer at the port of enrty (not the Visa validity date). If she plans to stay longer then she´ll need to apply.

[18-10-2007,09:53]
[***.254.208.242]
Departed_Canadian
visitors visa (in reply to: visitors visa)
Hello Departed_Canadian,
the immigration officer did not write any date below the stamp on her passport when she entered Canada.On her passport it showed something like this
*****Canada customs******
* 588 *
* Sept 21 2007 *
* V.I.A/A.I.V *
* 821 *
*************************
I also read in CIC site that if there´s no date written that means she is allowed to stay the maximum w/c is 6 mos.
Have I understood it right? Thanks for your help.

[19-10-2007,01:04]
[**.86.105.154]
angel
Reply to the visitors visa posting
Submission Code (SX13017) Copy The Code From The Left found in the brackets
Name
Email
Reply Subject
Reply Message


Canada Immigration Forum at Canadian Cities Website. Imigrants helping imigrants! Follow Oliver Lepki on Google+!
Web Site Design - Abacus.ca