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I am permanent resident of US with Indian citizenship, plan travelling from US to India and back by Air Canada: do i need transit visa and how do i apply for it. Not leaving Airport at Toronto

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Permanent residents of the United States do not require a visa to visit or transit through Canada. You will require eTA, however:

Who needs an eTA to travel to Canada?

There are four types of travellers:

  1. Travellers who need an eTA:

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    • Lawful permanent residents of the U.S. need an eTA to fly to or transit through a Canadian airport. They must present a valid Green Card and a valid passport at check-in.

(Source: Find out about Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA))

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As US permanent resident you do not need a visa to visit Canada, and if you do not need a visa to visit Canada you do not need a visa to transit through Canada. You do need an ETA.

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  • Which is correct? Don't need anything, or need an eTA? – CGCampbell Jan 23 at 18:30
  • You do not need a visa. You do need an ETA. An ETA is not a visa. – DJClayworth Jan 23 at 19:03

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