I submitted the documents for my eTA application but I haven’t heard anything yet. Can I still travel to Canada?
No. eTA is a mandatory entry requirement. You should not travel to Canada until a decision is made on your application.
If you are leaving for Canada soon, you may want to reschedule your flight.
If you decide to travel to Canada while your application is still being assessed, you will be prevented from boarding your flight to Canada.
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