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In addition to a study permit, students from most countries will need a visa to enter Canada. This document is known as a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV). The difference between a study permit and a Temporary Resident Visa is distinct: a TRV allows you to enter Canada and a study permit allows you to remain in Canada.
TRVs are usually valid for the duration of your study permit.
There are 2 types of TRVs: single-entry and multiple-entry TRVs.
Depending on your citizenship, you may exempt from the TRV requirement. The citizens of the following countries are exempt from the requirement to first obtain a temporary resident visa to enter Canada:
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of those treaties - peace, respect and friendship.
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