Invitation Letters and Consent Letters
In Canada, an invitation letter is when a permanent resident or Canadian citizen invites a person who lives outside Canada to visit the country. An invitation letter does not guarantee that the Canadian government will issue a visa. The officers will assess and decide whether the invited person meets the terms of Canada’s immigration law.
A consent letter is a letter that aims to request permission from something for a person or a group of people. The information available in the letter must be accurate and can only be used for the purpose the letter proposes. If you have other needs, you will have to create another consent letter.
Both the invitation and the consent letter need to have precise information regarding the name of the parties involved, rules agreement, and duration of participation, such as the start date of the trip and expected date of return.
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