Breaking News: Canada Opens Its Doors to Nigerians with Visa-Free Travel!
What Canada’s New Visa-Free Policy Means for Nigerians
In today’s age of global connections, Canada is breaking boundaries with its extended visa-free air travel policy and Can+ Visa Program, welcoming citizens from Caribbean countries with Citizenship-by-Investment (CBI) options.
Opening Canada’s Doors Wider
Canada is inviting more people to come and see its beautiful places, fun cities, and different cultures.
For people in business, this means new opportunities to make money and do more business. Both countries benefit from this.
“People from Nigeria have always liked coming to Canada for school, work, or just for fun.
Now, it’s easier for them, especially if they use certain programs from countries like Antigua, St Kitts, St Lucia, Dominica, and Grenada,” said Zuberu Kadiri of RIF Trust Nigeria.
He also mentioned, “And there’s a special visa for people from Dominica and Grenada. With this, they can get a Canadian visitor visa more quickly.
Breaking News: CAN+ Canada Visa-Free Travel Open for Nigerians
Nigerian travelers can now enjoy visa-free travel to Canada under the CAN+ program. This new initiative is designed to make it easier and more convenient for Nigerians to visit Canada for tourism, business, and family purposes.
To be eligible for visa-free travel under the CAN+ program, Nigerians must meet the following criteria:
- Be a citizen of Nigeria
- Have a valid Nigerian passport
- Have no criminal record
- Meet the basic requirements for entry to Canada, such as having sufficient funds and a return ticket
Nigerians who meet these criteria can apply for a CAN+ visa exemption online. The application process is quick and easy, and applicants will typically receive a decision within 14 days.
Once approved, CAN+ visa exemption holders can travel to Canada without a visa for up to 180 days per visit. Multiple-entry CAN+ visa exemptions are valid for up to 10 years.
The CAN+ program is a major win for Nigeria-Canada relations. It will help to boost tourism and business between the two countries, and it will make it easier for Nigerian families to visit their loved ones in Canada.
I can imagine the excitement of Nigerians everywhere as they learn of the new CAN+ program. This is a dream come true for many Nigerians who have long aspired to visit Canada.
I can see Nigerian families planning their long-awaited vacations to Canada. I can see Nigerian business people making new connections and expanding their markets. I can see Nigerian students pursuing their academic dreams at Canadian universities.
The CAN+ program is a gift to Nigeria. It is a symbol of the strong ties between our two countries and our shared commitment to building a better future for all.
More and more, Nigerians are looking at Citizenship-by-Investment and Residency-by-Investment as their backup plans.
RIF Trust, a big name in global investment advice, has helped over 6,000 families get worldwide reach through these programs.
RIF Trust works hard to give its clients chances to grow their money, get the best education, top healthcare, and feel safe outside Nigeria.
For RIF Trust, Canada’s new visa-free and Can+ visa rules for Caribbean countries make the world even bigger for Nigerians.
Faster Visa Times
Canada has shared some good news for Dominica and Grenada passport holders too. They can now get into the Can+ Visa program.
This means getting a visitor visa for Canada is much faster – in just five days! But, there’s a small catch. In the last 10 years, you should’ve had a Canadian visa or you should have a current US visa.
Now, Nigerians with a passport from Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Kitts and Nevis, or St Lucia can fly to Canada without a visa.
But, like the other rule, in the past 10 years, they should’ve had a Canadian visa or they need a current US visa.
RIF Trust’s Global Steps
RIF Trust is teaming up with countries around the world. Their goal? To set up more ways for people to get a second passport in places like Antigua and Barbuda, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, Dominica, and Grenada.
To sum up, Canada’s doors are opening wider, giving Nigerians more ways to connect, grow, and explore.