Travellers making their way crossing borders, overseas, on day-long flights, trekking up Everest on a donkey while wrestling chickens for space on its back have one thing in common. They get tired, want to get through customs quickly, and honestly, need a break where they can get it.
For anyone who is a missionary, world explorer, wanting to stop and visit Canada, will want to get a fast pass or ETA Kanada Authorisation. This special authorisation is legitimate and promises to make connecting flights less of a potential minefield to your travel plans. Here’s how and why.
When traveling internationally, you need a passport. That comes from your home country. Your home country might have good relationships with its allies and friends. In the case of the ETA Kanada programme, you will benefit because your country’s friendliness with Canada, will allow you to get a pre-authorisation that cuts the painful endurance sport of customs out of the equation.
Electronic Travel Authorisation Eases Canada Entry
The ETA is a special visa process that will ease the travel among Canada, the United States, countries in the European Union, New Zealand, and Australia. The idea is that Canada wants to make travel pleasant, and avoid taking anyone into the nation who may pose a threat (and cost taxpayer money). Canada would rather avoid sending someone back or have to deal with issues in the first place.
ETA is the same idea but just asks that Americans get a pre-authorisation before arriving. Think of it like an RSVP. It is not like a traditional visa, per se but rather a less lengthy and less involved process, thankfully.
The deal will involve other countries that Canada extends the ETA to, and will only require fingerprints and an official record. So, travelers could be called upon to submit fingerprints along with a birth certificate or passport to obtain the visa.
Go to the Citizenship and Immigration fast site to start the process. Print and give the information to ETA’s officials. The Canadian ETA officials will make a determination whether to issue the ETA from that information. They could deny it. Though, again, as any world travelers know, trying is half the battle.
If you are from Australia, Europea, New Zealand, and the U.S, you should try to go the ETA route, as you will probably qualify. Canada has fortunately found a smart way to make travels easier on everyone.…