A visitor visa is a document that allows a person to enter the country he wants to visit for a temporary stay. This type of visa is also known as a temporary resident visa (TRV).
To apply for a visitor visa to Canada, you must follow the application process outlined by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The process typically involves submitting an application online or in person at a Visa Application Center (VAC), paying a processing fee, providing supporting documents such as your passport, proof of financial support, and travel itinerary, and attending an interview if requested by the visa officer.
The eligibility criteria for a visitor visa to Canada include having a valid travel document (such as a passport), being in good health, having no criminal or immigration-related convictions, having enough money to support your stay in Canada, and demonstrating that you will leave Canada at the end of your authorized stay.