I have an Indian passport that expires in 14 months. If I apply for a multiple-entry Canadian visitor visa, would I be granted a visa for just the 14 months as opposed to 10 years?

And once I renew my passport, would I have to reapply for a new visa ?


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Canada won’t give you a visa with an expiration date that exceeds that of the passport it’s in. So you’ll only get a 14month visa.

Whether it’s more affordable for you to get a new passport before you get the visa, or a new visa before you get the new passport is up to you.

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