Month: April 2020
Coronavirus: Latest update on Canada’s special immigration measures
A summary of major Canadian immigration developments over the past three weeks The Canadian government has made sweeping changes affecting travel and immigration services during the coronavirus pandemic. Canada has….
Canada still processing visa, eTA, study, and immigration applications
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) says it will continue to process visa and electronic travel authorization (eTA) applications for those who are exempt from travel restrictions, with a particular….
Canada is sending the right immigration signals to the world
After coronavirus, Canada will be viewed in a positive light globally for the efforts it is taking to accommodate immigrants. Canada may be the most open country on the planet….
Canada allocates $50 million for temporary foreign workers to complete self-isolation period
Funding will help Canadian employers to implement the mandatory 14-day isolation period required of all travellers arriving from abroad Canada is providing funding so that employers who have hired foreign….
Coronavirus: While U.S. bans immigrants, Canada welcomes them
Trump’s new Executive Order temporarily suspending immigration highlights fundamental differences between Canada and U.S. America’s temporary ban on immigration is set to come into effect now that President Donald Trump….
After coronavirus: Immigrants will be key to Canada’s economic recovery
Just days before it announced travel restrictions to help contain the spread of COVID-19, Canada said it would welcome over 1 million immigrants between 2020-2022, mainly to help grow its….