“Immigration is fundamentally about people coming together to build a stronger country, and that is an enduring value that I believe in, that I have faith in Canadians that they believe in, that we will see endure long after COVID-19 is behind us” – federal Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino.
You finally made the decision to make a life changing move to Canada, the beautiful Great White North with its endless possibilities and incredible natural attractions. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit and you were left with the question: what do I do now?
This is what we’re here to tell you today – you can still get the Canada Visa you need.
COVID-19 In Canada – Who is Eligible to Travel?
Now more than ever, Canada needs soon-to-be immigrants such as yourself in order to strengthen the economy and bring everything back to normal. Marco Mendicino, the federal Immigration Minister, recently released Canada’s 3-year plan for immigration, which calls for the admission of 341,000 permanent residents in 2020, 351,000 in 2021 and 361,000 in 2022.
On top of that, all Canadian municipalities, provinces and federal government are currently spending a great amount of money to support citizens, businesses and charities who took a financial hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These generous donations deepened the national debt and created a huge demand for an expanded workforce and the renewal of Canada immigration to help boost back the economy.
This is the list of eligible candidates for Canada immigration during COVID-19:
Temporary foreign workers
Some international students
Immediate family members of a Canadian citizenship
People with medical emergencies
Any person who can provide essential services, such as delivering medical supplies
Any person who poses a national interest, according to the Minister of Immigration: Refugees and Citizenship, Emergency or Foreign Affairs and Public Safety
Due to the restrictions set by the Canadian government, some vital changes have been made to how the Canadian Visa application process is currently done. We recommend using a professional immigration expert who will assess your eligibility for your Canadian Visa and represent you in front of the Canadian government.
The Great North Visa exclusively subcontracts fully authorized Regulated Canadian Immigration specialists. These are consultants of good standing, certified by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Authority (ICCRC).
The team puts an emphasis on your personal needs and ambitions in order to provide you with the best possible service. This service includes: accompanying you throughout the application process, handling the paperwork, providing guidelines and professional advice and representing you in front of the Canadian government.
Contact the Great North Visa today to receive an eligibility assessment for your Canadian Visa and information on the Canadian Visa application process.