FAQ Visa and Immigration Program Other applications and services General Questions Do I still need to have a Canadian visa stamp on my passport if I have a PR card?
Do I still need to have a Canadian visa stamp on my passport if I have a PR card?
Most travelers need a visitor visa or an eTA to travel to, or transit through, Canada. For those who need a visitor visa, if your PR is approved from outside Canada, you still need to get the visa stamp on your passport. However, for those who just need an eTA to travel or transit through Canada, you do not need a visa stamp on your passport.
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