If you receive a PDF copy of your eVisa or eTA, we recommend that you print two copies to bring with you while traveling. While not always required, it can be helpful if there are issues with any of the airport or airline systems. While rare, there have been cases where airport technology issues prevented people without a printed eVisa from boarding their flight.

As an important note, the below documents never need to be printed, as they are entirely electronic and tied to your passport. In these cases, there is no actual document to print!

  • Australian eTA
  • Canadian eTA
  • New Zealand eTA
  • Sri Lankan eTA
  • United States ESTA