A person who travels to Canada on business but does not intend to stay and work there is referred to as a business visitor.
Visitors who are here on business must display the following:
They have a valid travel document, such as a passport, sufficient funds for their stay and to return home, want to depart Canada at the conclusion of their visit, and they are not a criminal, therefore they meet Canada's fundamental entry requirements. They do not intend to enter the Canadian labour market, they intend to stay in Canada for no more than six months, and their main place of business, source of revenue, and source of profits are all located outside of Canada.
Reasons for visiting as a business visitor:
attending meetings, conferences, conventions, and other events for business;
purchasing products or services in Canada on behalf of a foreign organisation;
ordering products or services;
providing after-sales support, excluding practical assistance in the building trades;
receiving training from a Canadian parent firm for employment outside of Canada; and providing training to staff members of a foreign company's Canadian subsidiary.
Visitors coming to Canada for business may need to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization or a Temporary Resident Visa .
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