Applying for your eTA:
You will need to apply for you Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) before your flight. This allows you to land at a Canadian airport as a short-term visitor. It costs $7 CAD, and you can apply for this online. You will not be allowed to board the plane without it, so we encourage you to apply for this as soon as you have been confirmed at a camp.
Applying for your work permit:
Once placed, we’ll get started on organizing your paperwork. Keep an eye on your email inbox during this time in case we need any additional documents from you. We will send copies of all the documents that you will need to download, print and pack in your carry-on luggage which you will then show the border officer when you arrive in Canada.
Arriving into Canada:
You’ll need your passport and copies of your work permit documents that were sent to your Camp Canada account, that's it! Your work permit will be printed and attached to your passport when you land.
Having all your documents organized beforehand makes the whole process go as smoothly as possible.
Your Community Success Representative, along with our Toronto-based Certified Immigration Consultant and work permit support team, will help guide you through every step of the way. It can be overwhelming to take on any immigration process - just remember, by choosing Camp Canada, you’re never alone and you always have someone to ask any questions to!