After you have applied for a Canada ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) as a Danish citizen, the application goes through a processing period. Here's what generally happens during and after the application process:
- Apply for a Canada ETA from Denmark: After you submit your ETA application online, you will receive a confirmation email acknowledging receipt of your application. This email will typically contain an application number or reference code.
- Processing Time: An ETA application's processing time might vary. The application is typically handled within 5 hours. However, it may take longer in rare situations. The official processing time is typically 3 days.
- Application Status: During the processing period, you can check the status of your ETA application. Visit the Canada Immigration Services and locate the section to check your application status. You typically need your application number or reference code to access the information.
- Approval or Denial: When the procedure is finished, you will receive an email informing you of the outcome of your ETA application. If your ETA is approved, you will get an email confirming that your travel authorization has been granted. If your ETA is refused, you will receive an email with the rationale for the refusal.
- Validity Period: If your ETA is accepted, it will be connected to your passport online. The ETA is typically good for numerous entries within a five-year period or until your passport expires, whichever comes first. Each travel to Canada is limited to a maximum of six months.
- Traveling to Canada from Denmark with ETA: When traveling to Canada, present your valid passport to the airline or immigration officers. They will verify your ETA status electronically and allow you to proceed with your travel arrangements.