Apply for the official eTA Canada.
Use this form to submit an eTA application for one or multiple travellers at once. You need to fill in your contact and travel information only once. Then fill in the details of each traveller for whom you want to apply for an eTA. If you click on an input field, additional information will appear on the right.For brief explanations with each field, press the -icon.
Below, fill in the information of all travellers, including yourself and traveling children. Don't have all of the information of all travellers ready? It is also possible to submit individual applications per person.
Each traveller needs their own eTA, including children. By adding your fellow travellers to this application form, you do not have to fill in the contact and travel details each time.
Your application can only be processed if you agree with the statement of agreement. With it, you state, among other things, that this form has been filled out in good conscience, as completely and as correctly as possible.
Read the full statement here
If you click on an input field, a comprehensive explanation will appear here.
All of the information filled in by you has been temporarily saved! If you return to this page within 2 weeks, all of your information will be automatically loaded, so that you can submit your eTA-application faster.
Attention: this eTA-application has not been sent yet; the filled out fields have been saved so that your can complete and submit the eTA-application at a later date.
Are you sure you wish to clear and delete the filled in fields on this website? This action cannot be reversed. Yes, I am sure.
Attention: if this field is filled in, it has to be done in English.
The Canadian government requires that all the provided answers and information is correct and has been filled out in good conscience. Untruthfully filling out the form is a crime in the context of article 127 of the 'Immigration and Refugee Protection Act', and can lead to rejection of the application or deportation from Canada. Information and documents submitted in this form are forwarded by e-Visa.ie to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), under the authority of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). The IRCC is authorized to use this information to assess the admissibility to Canada, as well as to forward it to other (non-)Canadian government agencies, including (but not limited to) Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD), Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), provincial and territorial governments, foreign governments, law enforcement institutions and penitentiary authorities with regards to enforcing immigration law.
If biometric features, including fingerprints, are a part of the eTA application, then these features will be shared with the RCMP. These features can also be used and stored by Canadian law enforcement institutions in agreement with article 13.11 of the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR). The features can also be used for establishing the identity of persons and can potentially be shared with other Canadian and foreign governments.
The provided information on this form and documents can be stored in one or several Personal Information Banks (PIB), in agreement with article 10 of the Canadian Privacy Act. More information regarding this can be found on the website http://infosource.gc.ca .