Covid 19 Travel Update

Traveling Into Canada

Status Updates Regarding Immigration Concerns Involving Covid19 Restrictions

Status Updates Regarding Immigration Concerns Involving Covid19 Restrictions

What Restrictions Are Currently In Force That Affect Immigration and Travel to Canada?

With Covid19 Restrictions Changing Almost Daily It Is Difficult to Keep Updated on Immigration Process and Travel Access Into Canada. The Professionals At Affordable Immigration and Paralegal Support Can Help!

A Helpful Resource For How to Keep Updated Regarding the Immigration and Travel Restrictions Arising Due to Covid19
Travel restrictions and immigration status affect many immigrants who need to enter Canada. Changing policy and rules must be made clear for you to know what to do. The consultants at Affordable Immigration and Paralegal Support have the knowledge you need to navigate the restrictions and rules and enter Canada with minimal challenges. Contact Affordable Immigration and Paralegal Support for the latest updates regarding the information and details you need to make coming to Canada as easy and timely as possible.

Further Details:

Restriction Information

Get current information from the Immigration and Citizenship website regarding who can currently travel into Canada including information relevant to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, foreign nationals, and refugees.

Update Notices

Get notice updates and stay informed regarding the reopening of entry into Canada, reopening of support centres, quarantine requirements, conditions and restrictions, among other relevant notices, as relating to the impact of Covid19.

While COVID-19 has caused havoc on the world and travel restrictions prevent some clients from returning home, it is important that foreign nationals in Canada on a Temporary Resident Permit or as a Visitor comply with the conditions of their permit as outlined in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) s. 183.

Noncompliance with conditions could lead to removal actions and future applications being denied.

A temporary resident must apply to extend their period of authorized stay before it ends. If they have done so, their period of authorized stay as a temporary resident is extended by law until a decision is made [R183(5)]. Such a person is considered to have implied status as a temporary resident during that period.

If a temporary resident applies for renewal of their work or study permit and their permit expires before a decision is made, paragraph 186(u) and s. 189 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) (the right to continue working or studying under the same conditions pending a determination of their application for renewal) apply only as long as the person remains in Canada.

Clients who’s conditions have expired can apply for Restoration of the Temporary resident status within ninety (90) days of the present permit expiring as outlined in the Immigration and Refugee protection Regulations, IRPR s. 182.

Contact us at [email protected] or by phone at: (289) 389-0922 to assess your situation and determine if an extension is required. We look forward to assisting you.

At the time of this writing, it has been two (2) weeks since the Government of Canada shut our borders and implemented travel restrictions to stem the spread of COVID-19.

Cancellations of scheduled in-person permanent resident landings, medical and biometric collection and citizenship ceremonies are slowly being rescheduled. Extensions of ninety (90) day’s have been given.

Clients are expected to comply with any requests given to them by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship IRCC within that time. Clients that are unable to complete these requests due to country conditions are expected to notify IRCC in writing and request an extension of time to comply. Any persons presently in Canada must maintain a legal status.

The centralized network is still up and running, the call center is accepting calls but is operating with reduced staff. Therefore waiting times have been extended. All inquires can be made through the Case Specific Inquiry
Removals by The Canada Border Service Agency, CBSA are on pause until further notice and Flag polling is discouraged.

For more information to find our if you are exempt from travel restrictions please visit the following link:

Who Can Travel to Canada- Citizens, Permanent Residents, Foreign Nationals and Refugees