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Third Country Nationals
Most visitors to Canada will need an appointment to apply for a visa at the U.S. Consular sections in Canada. The only exceptions are as follows:
-Landed immigrants to Canada.
-Persons who have authorization to study or work in Canada or are the dependent spouse or child of someone who has authorization to study or work in Canada.
There are no other exceptions. An appointment does not guarantee issuance of a visa.
*Note: Appointments are required for ALL visa applicants residing in the Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal consular districts.
In general, visitors who wish to travel to the U.S. should apply at the U.S. Embassy in their home country before departure where they are better able to demonstrate their ties to a foreign residence as required under U.S. immigration law.
If you are visiting, living, working or studying in the U.S. and plan to apply for a new non-immigrant visa in one of the Canadian Consulates (Halifax, Montréal, Québec City, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver) you must have an appointment in advance.
If you are currently residing in the United States out-of-status, you may not apply for a visa at a Canadian or Mexican border post. You must apply for the visa in your country of nationality. If you have any questions about your status, you must consult the local Immigration and Naturalization Service office for clarification.
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