Can I apply for an eTA with a Refugee Travel Document?
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.
- If you are a lawful permanent resident of the U.S. and don’t have a passport, you can apply for an eTA with a valid U.S. Refugee Travel Document (I-571).
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