I am a permanent resident of Canada. Can I apply for an eTA?
No. By law, Canadian permanent residents, cannot apply for an eTA.
Canadian permanent residents are required to present a valid Canadian permanent resident card or a permanent resident travel document when travelling to Canada. Canadian permanent residents should also carry a valid passport with them when travelling internationally, including when returning to Canada.
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