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The Government of Canada announced that as of November 21st, 2020, travellers whose final destination is Canada will be required to submit their information upon and after entry into the country through the app ArriveCAN. This includes travel and contact information, quarantine plans (unless exempted under conditions set out in the Mandatory Isolation Order), and […]

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The Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship announced yesterday, October 27th, that French-speaking and bilingual candidates will receive additional points under the Express Entry system. According to the minister Marco Mendicino, the decision will help deliver the government’s commitment to reach the target of 4.4% French-speaking immigrant admissions outside Quebec by 2023. Last year, the percentage of […]

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Since the beginning of the pandemic (COVID-19), the Government of Canada has established several travel restrictions that directly impacted foreigners who planned to come to the country. In order to assist international students outside of Canada, the government announced yesterday, October 20th, the list of Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) with COVID-19 readiness plans approved by […]

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The Government of Canada announced today, in addition to the travel restrictions already implemented since the beginning of the pandemic (COVID‑19), new border measures to support families that have been distanced while protecting the public health of the country. In order to enhance quarantine monitoring, the government is increasing the use of digital forms and […]

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The biometrics collection is no longer required for Canadian Permanent Residence applicants that previously provided their biometrics within the 10-year period before the date on which they submitted their current permanent residence application.  This was announced on September 22nd, 2020 and is valid for pending and new permanent residence applications. According to the Government of […]

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The Canadian government announced last Wednesday, September 2, a new measure that requires all documents used for visa/immigration and citizenship applications to be accompanied by a certified translation into one of the country’s official languages: English or French. Before this announcement, the visa applicants from some countries – including Brazil – were exempt from providing […]

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