Per the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, citizens from particular countries applying for a temporary resident must provide a letter of invitation as their host in Canada. Once this letter has been made, it must be sent to the party you are trying to invite to Canada. From there, they must send the letter to the Canadian Embassy or the consulate outside Canada when they apply for a temporary resident visa.
Having it professionally prepared and notarized ensures that parties involved act in good faith, are truthful regarding the letter’s contents, and keep the promises made. This, therefore, aids in combating fraud. Additionally, we will be able to ensure that all the necessary information is provided and presented in a manner that can better ensure visa approval.
However, even with a properly executed letter of invitation, there is no guarantee that a visa will be issued. Visa officers will assess you to decide whether the terms of Canada’s immigration laws have been met. Additionally, you are not legally responsible for the visitor once they arrive in Canada.