I am applying for the visitor visa to Canada and doing it online. The info button says:

You must provide information on your valid visa from the United States as well as previous travel history. This can include copies of

  • your previous passports and/or visas (used within the last 10 years to travel outside your country)
  • entry and exit stamps
  • study and/or work permits that indicate your duration outside of your country
  • expired or valid visas
  • boarding passes

If you hold a valid visa from the United States, provide a clear, scanned copy of your visa. If you are living outside your country of citizenship, please submit a copy of your immigration status document for the country where you currently reside. This could be a work permit, study permit, visa, or any other document that authorizes you to be in the country where you are living.

I never travelled to USA or Canada, have no stamps on my passport yet, no international boarding pass used before and never studied or worked internationally.

It is a required document, so I am not sure what to do.

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    what visa are you applying for and where do you see this text? I can only presume you have accidentally clicked into a visa category for people in transit through Canada to the US or something – nkjt Nov 5 '18 at 23:07
  • @nkjt visitor visa, on application forms there is "Application for Visitor Visa", so I think it is right, this one I am speaking about in the post is in Supporting Documents section – Vitor Falcão Nov 5 '18 at 23:11

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