A benefit a lot of Canadian PR holders don’t know about their residence card is that it can provide you visa-free access to a lot of countries! You would still need to carry your passport but the visa-free access is not only going to save you time but money as well!
Here is a list of countries you can travel to visa-free if you have a Canadian PR Card! As I mentioned before, just make sure to carry your passport alongside the PR card while traveling 🙂
- All Dutch Caribbean territories (90 days)
- Anguilla (maximum 3 months)
- Bahamas (maximum 3 months)
- Bermuda (maximum 6 months)
- British Virgin Islands (maximum 6 months)
- Cayman Islands (maximum 2 months)
- Costa Rica (maximum 1 month, PR card must be valid for more than six months)
- Cuba (maximum 1 month, PR card and a current and valid passport required)
- Dominican Republic (maximum 2 months)
- El Salvador (does not apply to all nationalities)
- Georgia (maximum 6 months)
- Guatemala (does not apply to all nationalities)
- Honduras (does not apply to all nationalities)
- Jamaica (maximum 6 months)
- Mexico (maximum 6 months)
- Nicaragua (maximum 6 months, does not apply to all nationalities)
- Panama (1 month or 6 months)
- Philippines (maximum 1 month)
- Qatar (maximum 1 month)
- South Korea (maximum 1 month when in transit, does not apply to all nationalities)
- Taiwan (maximum 1 month, online registration mandatory, does not apply to all nationalities)
- Turks and Caicos Islands (maximum 3 months)
Please note that this list is not comprehensive and is subject to change! If you are not sure if you can travel visa-free to a country using your Canadian PR card, you should check with the country’s immigration website on what is possible.
2 thoughts on “Which Countries Can You Travel To On Your Canadian PR Card?”
Hello, I’m planning to go to Germany for a visit but I’m not sure if I can travel with Canadian pr and Pakistani passport. If you have any information please advise.
I think you will need a visa.