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you stay
in Canada

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Are you in Canada
in one of the
following
situations?

Expiring visa/permit

Expiring visa/permit

Temporary residents in Canada who have an expiring visa/permit
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Expiried visa

Expiried visa

Temporary residents in Canada who have an expired visa/permit
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Unemployed

Unemployed

International workers who lost their jobs
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Students left without housing

Students left without housing

International students who do not have a place to live
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COVID-19 emergency action plan

One Immigration
can help you
right now

You are entitled to
the first free service
with us, without obligation.

Free Resources

One Immigration compiled below a list of FREE resources to support the community at this time
  • EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT
  • LEGAL SUPPORT
  • CANADIAN BENEFITS
  • HOUSING SUPPORT
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT
  • HEALTH INSURANCE SUPPORT
How to apply for unemployment insurance

Guide with essential information for applying for insurance in Canada

Partner companies that are currently hiring

See the companies that are partners of One Immigration and are currently hiring

Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)

Communiqué on $ 2,000 monthly financial support to be offered until October 3, 2020 for people not eligible for Canadian unemployment insurance

Emergency Financial Care and Support

Communiqué on $ 5 billion financial support to be offered to those affected by Covid-19

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

See if your business is eligible to apply for the Federal Emergency Wage Subsidy

Social Insurance Number(SIN)

See how to apply for the Social Insurance Number(SIN)

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

See if your business is eligible to apply for the Federal Emergency Wage Subsidy

How to renew the MSP

Important information on how to renew the MSP, process is different between provinces

Updates to International Students

Learn about the main changes to International Students due to Covid-19

Updates to Immigration Rules due to Covid-19

Learn about the main changes in Canada’s immigration laws

Border rules updates due to Covid-19

Find out what are the major changes at Canadian land and air borders

Benefits for Children

Information related to federal government benefits for parents of children under 18

Student Loan

Information related to federal government benefits for student financing

Changes to the Income Tax Declaration

All details about the date changes made by the Canadian federal government

Canadian Passport

Find out how to change your Canadian passport during Covid-19

Support for residents in Ontario

Information related to the benefits offered by the province of Ontario.

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

See if your business is eligible to apply for the Federal Emergency Wage Subsidy, that would provide a 75-per-cent wage subsidy to eligible employers for up to 12 weeks, retroactive to March 15, 2020.

Financial support for British Columbia residents

Information related to the benefit offered by the province of British Columbia.

Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA)

Find out how this program can lower rent by 75% for small businesses.

British Columbia Provincial rental and eviction rules

British Columbia government change rental and eviction rules due to COVID-19

Mortgage assistance plan

The Federal Government Announces $ 50 Billion Plan to Help Mortgages

Ontario Provincial rental and eviction rules

Ontario government change rental and eviction rules due to COVID-19

BC Temporary Rental Supplement (BC-TRS) Program

The BC Temporary Rental Supplement Program gives tenants and landlords temporary support towards rent payments for renters impacted by COVID-19.

Counseling and Assistance to Vulnerable Immigrants

Get immediate online support and advice, recommendations and tools to face this moment of crisis that we are all going through with COVID-19.

Reduced cost counselling

Guide with essential information to find psychological support in Canada

British Columbia Provincial Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your MSP in British Columbia

Alberta Provincial Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your AHCIP in Alberta

Manitoba Provincial Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your Manitoba Province Health Insurance Plan

Ontario Provincial Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your OHIP in Ontario

Yukon Provincial Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your Yukon Province Health Insurance Plan

Quebec Provincial Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your Quebec Health Insurance Plan

Nova Scotia Provincial Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your Nova Scotia Health Insurance Plan

Saskatchewan Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your Saskatchewan Health Insurance Plan

Newfoundland & Labrador Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your Newfoundland & Labrador Health Insurance Plan

Prince Edward Island Health Insurance Plan

Important information on how to apply or renew your Prince Edward Island Health Insurance Plan

COVID-19 in Canada
by numbers

+ 200 thousand
Number of Foreigner Workers in Canada (2013)
Source: Library of Parliament
+ 300 thousand
Study Permit Holders in Canada (2018)

Source: Canada Government

+ 0 million
People that applied for EI in 7 days due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Source: Canada Government
+ 0 billion
Dollars in aid for families and businesses
Source: Global News Canada

Our Promisse

As of March 20, this is our action plan that we will implement here at One Immigration. We count on the help of all of you!

  1. Visa extension service with a reduced price and flexible payment for urgent cases.
  2. We are selecting serious, non-profit organizations to receive part of One Immigration services as monetary donations, that will benefit our most affected community.
  3. We provide this website where we will publish constant updates, and inform of the assistance services that the Canadian government is currently offering. Also, on this website, we provide a support request form for urgent cases.
  4. Hire and remotely train qualified labour that can help us in this critical moment.

HOW WE ARE HELPING
THE INTERNATIONAL
COMMUNITY IN CANADA

  • REDUCING OUR PRICESReducing prices and easing payments in urgent cases related to visas and immigration
  • DIRECT DONATIONSMaking donations to non-profit organizations
  • RELEVANT AND HONEST INFORMATIONProviding information and content on how to access Canadian Government benefits
  • MEDIATIONSMediating with the Canadian Federal and Provincial Government
  • EMERGENCY COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL UNITCreating an Emergency Counselling and Psychological Unit to Assist Vulnerable Immigrants Free of Charge
  • SUPPORT TO CONSULATES AND EMBASSIESActing together with the Consulates and the International Community
  • ONLINE COURSESOffering Free Online English Course (IELTS Prep.)
  • BUSINESS COACHING AND CONSULTINGSupporting entrepreneurs offering Free Mentoring and Consulting
  • FREE ACCOMMODATIONArticulating and Providing Furnished Properties for Health Professionals to Stay Free of Near Hospitals in Vancouver and around Canada
  • LINE OF CREDIT AND INVESTMENTSArticulating with Private Lenders to assist helpless entrepreneurs with Investments and/or line of credit
  • FREE PROFESSIONAL GUIDANCEFree Guidance for the Vulnerable Immigrants on their rights and responsibilities in the event of non-payment of rent