Government Says Borders Are Open for Immigration to Canada

The Canadian government will again allow people approved for permanent residency to come to Canada as pandemic restrictions are easing. Any foreign national with a valid Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) will be allowed across the border. COPRs are legal for one year and those with expiring or expired COPRs will be given more information on how to apply for a new one. 

Canadian Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino acknowledged the safety and security of the country remains a top priority as they support the safe arrival of new permanent residents to Canada over the next twelve months. The new permanent residents will be able to begin a new life in Canada and the country will benefit from their talents during the post-pandemic economic recovery.

If you are interested in relocating to Canada for better opportunities, contact Canadian Visa Professionals. Their experienced team understands the challenges of immigration to Canada and will walk you through the process. Your questions will be answered along the way.

COPR holders coming to Canada will need to comply with quarantine and testing requirements. This new report is a part of the more widespread easing of travel restrictions. Travelers who are able to come to Canada under the current rules and are fully vaccinated will not have to self-isolate for two weeks, take a test on the eighth day, or stay in a quarantine hotel when they arrive. Contact Canadian Visa Professionals today and begin the application process for the required visa to live and work in Canada.

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