I'm heading to Canada in January, flying from London to Kelowna, via a 6 hour stopover in Toronto.

I'm doing the IEC working holiday visa.

Does anyone know if it's possible to sort out all the paperwork during my time between flights, or do I have to do it at the final destination? Ideally, I'd like to use the stopover time productively so I can get out of the airport quicker at the end.

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    The vote to close this question as "opinion based" is puzzling. The answer is a matter of fact, even if it neither "yes, it is possible" nor "no, it is not possible" but "in fact, it is required." – phoog Sep 20 at 20:19

You do not have a choice. You will have to do all your immigration formalities in Toronto. The flight from Toronto to Kelowna is a domestic flight, so you'll have to pass through immigration control before you get to the gate to board that flight.

  • Excellent, that makes it easy, Thanks very much – Alex Carney Sep 20 at 20:10

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