I have a friend from India who will be on a cruise to Alaska that will stop in Victoria, BC for only 6 hours. (It departs from Seattle). Not much help from the recording with Canadian Consulate. She has a US visa, but not a Canadian one. Doesn't really seem worth it to go to the trouble to get a visa for the short stop in Victoria. Will this really be required from a cruise ship passenger? The cruise line couldn't give us much info. Thanks.
Canadian Visa for 6 hours in Victoria on ship?
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