Cindy Sutch-Whitelaw has provided immigration services for many A list tours from around the world, Casinos, Festivals and Corporate Clients for over 10 years. Her team understands entering Canada with a large tour can be extremely stressful with the extensive paperwork required. We get it!  We aim to make your crossing into Canada less stressful and will be there with you every step of the way. Ensuring tour managers, artists and venues have peace of mind is our company philosophy.

Working with the best tour managers in the industry is one of the most rewarding experiences for us.  Our efficiency and wide array of border crossing knowledge will help put your mind at ease while entering Canada.

We compile a list of everyone in your tour entering Canada and submit it to the CBSA Office one week prior to your planned entry into Canada. Submitting the Advanced Border documents to the intended port of entry will help save time and potential confusion if arrival is unannounced. In order to compile your notification documents, we require the following tour information: Group names, tour dates, venue information, name of Artist, Surnames, Given names, Date of birth, Citizenships, position in group, contact info and phone number.

Any foreign individual can be turned away at the Canadian Border if they have a prior conviction. We recommend applying for approval, to enter Canada, prior to your arrival. Canada Border Crossing will assist you every step of the way.  We understand the application process can be extremely stressful. Once the application is complete it will be submitted to the Canadian Government Visa office for processing.  The approval process can take up to 4-6 months.