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Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada

Visa Requirements - Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada

Citizens of Canada traveling to the United States do not require a nonimmigrant visa, except for the travel purposes described below....

Canadians require nonimmigrant visas for temporary travel to the United States for these purposes:

  • Foreign government officials (A); officials and employees of international organizations (G); and NATO officials, representatives, and employees assigned to the United States (NATO)
  • Treaty traders (E-1)
  • Treaty investors (E-2)
  • Spouse or Child of an Australian Treaty Alien coming to the United States Solely to Perform Services in a Specialty Occupation (E-3D)
  • Fiancé(e)s (K-1)
  • Children of fiancé(e)s (K-2)
  • Spouse of a U.S. citizen traveling to the United States to complete the immigration process (K-3)
  • Children of a foreign citizen spouse (K-4) described above
  • Informant supplying critical information relating to a criminal organization (S-5)
  • Informant supplying critical information relating to terrorism (S-6)
  • Qualified family member (S-7) of an S-5 or S-6 visa holder described above

 

Permanent residents (landed immigrants) of Canada must have a nonimmigrant visa unless the permanent resident is a national of a country that participates in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), meets the VWP requirements, and is seeking to enter the United States for 90 days or less under that program.

 

 

Requisitos para visas - Ciudadanos y Residentes Permanentes de Canadá

 

Los ciudadanos de Canadá que viajan a los Estados Unidos con motivos de turismo o transito no necesitan una visa de no inmigrante.

 

Los residentes permanentes de Canadá deben tener una visa de no inmigrante a menos que el residente sea ciudadano de un país que califica para el programa ESTA y quiere entrar a los EE UU por 90 días o menos.  El Salvador no tiene ESTA.