Obtaining a Visa
It is your responsibility to apply for a passport, visa or any other required documents and to demonstrate to consular officials that you are properly classifiable as a visitor under Canadian law.
You may also obtain a visa letter from AAPG if you are registered and fully paid for the conference. You may request a letter by selecting the box either online when you register or completing the form here.
AAPG cannot assist you with the interview process, nor can anyone representing the sponsoring organizations call an embassy or consulate on your behalf to provide support for granting a visa. AAPG provides this letter for visa purposes only. Should your application be denied, AAPG can neither intervene in the process nor change the decision of the governmental agency. All expenses connected with obtaining proper documentation and attending the conference is your responsibility.
If your visa application is denied and AAGP receives a copy of the denial by fax (+1 981 560 2684) before 15 September 2010, your registration fee only will be funded, less a cancellation charge.
Entry into Canada
View complete entry requirements.
Registering with your Embassy
Travel advice for tourists suggests that you register with your country’s consulate or embassy when traveling abroad.