Dependents of E-visa holders and employees of previously registered companies can schedule their appointments in Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, and Vancouver, in addition to Toronto.
Appointment availability is prioritized for Canadian citizens and Canadian permanent residents/landed immigrants who are citizens of treaty-trader countries. Citizens of the UK must demonstrate that they are residents of a UK territory in Europe and maintain domicile there. Limited appointments are available for applicants who are not Canadian citizens or residents; such applicants must choose the “Non-Canada Resident” category when scheduling an appointment.
First-time applicants are required to submit a collection of documents concurrent with the making of the online visa appointment. Please carefully review the relevant tabs for a detailed listing of the required documents. Once you have gathered all documentation pertaining to your E-visa application, you may schedule an appointment online at the U.S. Visa Service website. Before an appointment can be scheduled, you must pay the required, non-refundable visa fees for the principal applicant and any eligible family members.
New cases and renewals must email the supporting documentation listed below to EVisaCanada@state.gov immediately after booking the online appointment, indicating on the subject line the consulate where they intend to interview. The E-visa unit may contact the applicants or their legal representatives to request any additional documents needed to establish qualifications for the E-visa. It is the responsibility of the applicants or their legal representatives to submit required documents in a timely fashion.
The E-visa application processing fee of $205 is paid during the online application process. If the E-visa is issued, a reciprocity fee may be charged, depending on the applicant’s citizenship. Reciprocity fees by country can be found at the State Department website.
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