The Government of Canada, through its Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), will take further steps to support Ukrainians, persons residing in Ukraine, and to facilitate and expedite the repatriation of Canadian citizens, permanent residents and immediate family members. .
This was pointed out in his speech Government of Canada website“Ukrainians in Canada can extend their stay or stay longer, giving priority to renewing work and study permits, and expanding the policy of allowing people to apply for work permits from Canada,” he explained.
Extension of stay for Ukrainians in Canada
Ukrainian citizens in Canada on a temporary basis may apply to extend their status as observer, student or worker. Since January 19, the IRCC has approved nearly 2,000 applications for various projects from Ukrainians and people living in Ukraine, the press release said.
According to the report, this policy will allow temporary residents, Getting a jobStay in Canada and start working, they are waiting for the work permit application to be processed.
The IRCC issues open work permits to Ukrainian visitors, workers and students in Canada and those who cannot return home, so they can stay longer if they wish.
In addition, Canada will waive fees for certain travel and immigration documents from February 22, 2022:
- Canadian Passports
- Travel documents for permanent residents
- Proof of citizenship
- Visitor Visas
- Work and study permit
Special operations for Ukrainians in Canada
The IRCC has also decided to prioritize applications for new and alternative travel documents for Canadian citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family members.
According to the page, a month ago they took steps to prioritize applications for granting adoption citizenship. As well as applications for permanent and temporary residence for persons of primary residence in Ukraine, to join family or to travel, study, work or start a new life in Canada.
In support of the Government of Canada’s approach to the situation in Ukraine, the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) has issued an Administrative Removal (ADR) for Ukraine.
ADR is a temporary measure that can usually delay a removal order requiring someone to leave Canada immediately. Once the situation in their country or region stabilizes, the expulsion of these people will begin again. (I)
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