Currently I am in the US and want to Visit Canada. Should I apply from US or from India. Can u let me know the exact procedure. Will my L1 status have any implication on this.
Contact your nearest Canadian consulate by phone or through its website. All the application instructions are clearly laid out there. They grant visitor visas to Hindiis, but you have to prove your valid status in the US first and convince them you'll depart CDN after temporary vist. A round trip Arline ticket with a date certain reservation will go a long way.. And so will the advance booking and pre-payment of a decent hotel there..
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If you are in the U.S. in valid L-1A status you should contact the Canadian Consulate closest to you that handles visa applications. This application will not affect your L-1A status, but your L-1A status should help in your visa application for Canada.
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