- May 27, 2015

Don’t take chances with letters of invitation

Non-Canadians are sometimes required to gain permission from the Canadian government in order to visit Canada, depending on their country of citizenship. This permission is granted in the form of a Visitor’s Visa.

One of the requirements for obtaining a visitor’s visa is an Invitation Letter from a resident of Canada. So, for example, if your cousin lives in India and he wants to visit Canada for a few weeks, you will need to provide him with a letter of invitation that he will submit to the Canadian Government along with his Visitor’s Visa application.

Over the years we have notarized hundreds of letters of invitation and we have noticed that many of them are badly written. Consequently, clients sometimes return to our office to have the letters notarized again or for us to write the letter for them.

It’s not enough to simply state you wish to invite your friend or family member to Canada. The Canadian government is looking for a list of very specific information and wording regarding the responsibilities you are willing to assume, information about your employment and banking details, as well as information about the person you are inviting.

If you are not sure about what to put in the letter or how to write it, take advantage of our drafting services. For only $89.99 we will write you a letter that contains all of the information that the Canadian government generally looks for. Although we cannot guarantee that your family or friend will be able to obtain a visitor’s visa due to the fact that the visa application depends on numerous factors, we can guarantee that your letter will be well written and properly notarized. Why take chances? Contact us today!

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