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The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, or JCDC for short, is focused on organizing arts based community competitions and programs within Jamaica to foster the development and promotion of Jamaican culinary, performing, visual and literary arts. One of its primary responsibilities is the yearly "Jamaica Festival", an annual event celebrating Jamaican Independence and the unique cul...

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All literature I see is travel TO Peru; I have the opposite case. I want a Peruvian woman to visit me in Canada. What does she need to do/get to leave Peru for a visit to Canada for a few days or weeks?
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She needs to go to the Canadian Embassy with her passport and proof of identity papers. She may need an appointment before she goes and they may only see people for visas on certain days/times so tell her to check before she goes on a wild goose chase! Also, you can call the Canadian Immigrations folks and ask them what she needs. There may be something online at the Canadian Government website as well. Chances are good she is going to need a visa to enter Canada if she is a Peruvian citizen.

Note in advance if she has ever had a run-in with the law the chances are good she is not getting into Canada. A DUI or DWI is enough for Canadian Border authorities to refuse her entry. US citizens trying to enter Canada are refused for the same reasons and we don't need a visa to enter their country! A passport is required if you are flying, entering by ship, train or bus. If you are driving across the US/Canadian border you can get a driving card for that purpose but if you get stuck in Canada because you smashed up your car or you get sick or injured and can't drive back, you will have the added problem of needing a passport to go back to the US by any means other than driving. I highly recommend having a US Passport so that you have all your bases covered and don't complicate your travels in the event things don't go exactly as you had planned!
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