Red Seal Notary Visa Application Delivery Service

July 11th, 2013

When you plan on visiting another country and before you book your flight, the first thing you need to do is determine whether or not you require a visa to gain entry.

It is important to note that the visa-application process differs from country to country, as do the conditions applied to each visa, such as the territory the visa covers, the period you’re allowed to stay in the country, and whether or not the visa is valid for more than one visit.

Furthermore, the length of time to obtain a visa also varies, and in most cases, the wait time is extended if the required documents are mailed rather than delivered in person to the embassy or consulate.

If you would like to expedite the process and are unable to visit the embassy or consulate yourself, Red Seal Notary can help.

Red Seal Notary’s representatives interact with many consulates and embassies on a regular basis, and we will be happy to personally deliver your visa application to the embassy in Ottawa or the consulate in Toronto on your behalf. All you have to do is check with the embassy or consulate of the country you wish to visit to determine whether or not they will accept the delivery of your visa application by a third party. If so, simply courier your completed visa application and supporting documents to our Head Office in Toronto and we will do the rest.

By taking advantage of Red Seal Notary’s visa application delivery service, you will avoid costly travel expenses, long line-ups, unnecessary wait times, and disappointing cancellations of travel plans.

Visa Delivery Service Fees

  • Student & Travel Visas: $149 to $199 + a $50 runner fee + applicable taxes
  • Business Visas: $249 to $299 + a $50 runner fee + applicable taxes

Please contact us at 1-888-922-7325 or send an email to [email protected] for more information.

We look forward to assisting you.

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