one way flight, holiday visa?
Replies: 2 - Last Post: Apr 23, 2012 1:40 PM Last Post By: morton1983
Apr 21, 2012 6:00 AM
one way flight, holiday visa?I am travelling to toronto in june, I have booked a one way flight but not a return as I am unsure when i will be returning or what city i will be returning from, I have an address in St johns where i can stay for as long as i like and I also have plenty of funds in bank account to last for 3-4 months. The question is will this be enough to allow me enter canada, i have irish passport. If not what is the most flexible return flight to get, Also would a return from a city like New York be enough or must it be a return from a canadian city.
Apr 23, 2012 1:33 PM
1It states on the website that you must have a return ticket or funds to pay for one onto of your minimum required cash ($2500). I'm planning on flying out to Canada for a year and I'm getting a 1way flight. Just going to make sure I have plenty more tgxn the minimum.
Hope this helps. Have a good time :)
Apr 23, 2012 1:40 PM
2I must apologise for the spelling and general grammar of my last post. I was on the move. I meant money ontop of your $2500.
As for the staff at toronto being rude, a very good friend of mine travelled to Toronto and was shocked by how rude the staff were to him. He was on a holiday visa. They treated him with no respect. I'm not looking forward to that part of my trip
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