Which countries I can travel with Canadian refugee travel document without visa?

January 17, 2021 Off By idswater

Which countries I can travel with Canadian refugee travel document without visa?

These countries DO NOT require visas for the visitors with the Refugee Travel Document (blue) issued under the 1951 UN Convention:

  • Armenia.
  • Austria.
  • Croatia.
  • Finland.
  • Germany.
  • Hungary.
  • Ireland.
  • Italy.

Can I travel to Canada with UK refugee travel document?

UK Emergency Travel Documents (ETDs) are accepted for entry, airside transit and exit from Canada. You can apply for an Electronic Travel Authorisation using an ETD.

Can I travel to Europe with Canadian travel document?

Schengen Visa Requirements and Application Guidelines for Canadian Citizens and Residents. Canadian citizens using Canadian passports can travel within the Schengen Area of countries in Europe for tourism or business stays under ninety (90) days.

How much is a travel document Canada?

Pay a $45 fee for each page you need a copy of….Your fees.

Fees CAN$
Adult refugee travel document (age 16 or over) 120
Child refugee travel document (0 to 15 years of age) 57
Adult certificate of identity (age 16 or over) 260
Child certificate of identity (0 to 15 years of age) 141

Can refugees in Canada visit their home country?

Canada offers protection to refugees because they have shown that they are in danger in their home country. However, Canada has the right to remove someone’s refugee status if they believe that they accepted the protection of their home country (known as “re-availment”) after obtaining their refugee status in Canada.

Do you need a visitor visa to travel to Canada as a refugee?

Most people using a Refugee Travel Document to travel to Canada will need a visitor visa. If you have a valid Canadian Refugee Travel document, you are exempt from both the visa and eTA requirements.

Is the 1951 Refugee Convention a travel document?

The convention Travel Document is now regularly issued by States parties to the 1951 Convention or to the 1967 Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees and is also widely recognized by States which are not parties to these instruments.

What kind of travel documents are issued to refugees in Canada?

1. Refugee Travel Document (light blue) (United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, 1951 and its Protocol of 1967): issued to persons in Canada with protected person status, including Convention refugees and persons in need of protection 2.

Can a 1951 travel document be used as a travel document?

If you are a refugee, you may hold a 1951 Convention Travel Document. If you are stateless, you may hold a 1954 Convention Travel Document. In some cases, you may have been issued a different travel document, eg by a national government. What country issued you with your 1951 travel document?

1. Refugee Travel Document (light blue) (United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, 1951 and its Protocol of 1967): issued to persons in Canada with protected person status, including Convention refugees and persons in need of protection 2.

Do you have a right to travel to Canada as a refugee?

• As a Convention Refugee or a Protected Person in Canada we do have a right to travel. • In order to be able to travel internationally, we must have a valid Travel Document.

If you are a refugee, you may hold a 1951 Convention Travel Document. If you are stateless, you may hold a 1954 Convention Travel Document. In some cases, you may have been issued a different travel document, eg by a national government. What country issued you with your 1951 travel document?

What kind of visa do you need if you are a refugee?

If you are a refugee, you may hold a 1951 Convention Travel Document. If you are stateless, you may hold a 1954 Convention Travel Document. In some cases, you may have been issued a different travel document, eg by a national government. What country issued you with your 1951 travel document? If you have questions, contact us.