Travel Questions & Resources

It is mandatory that if you have traveled internationally, including to the U.S. that you must present upon entry a self isolation plan for 14 days. Those unable to provide a suitable plan to self-isolate for 14 days will be placed in a federal quarantine facility

U.S. - Canada joint initiative: Temporary restriction of travelers crossing the U.S.-Canada border for non-essential purposes

 

 

Financial Assistance for Canadians outside Canada

 

 

Returning Canadians

Either me or my family member is outside of Canada and is affected by travel bans. What should we do?

 

  • Canadians travelling outside of Canada in need of emergency consular assistance can contact Global Affairs Canada’s 24/7 Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa at +1 613 996 8885 or email sos@international.gc.ca.

 

Visitors to Canada

  • https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/travel-voyage/ivc-rnc-eng.html 

  • Travel for the purpose of obtaining immigration services is non-essential. If you are in Canada, and are seeking to travel to the border in order to make an application for a work permit, study permit or permanent residence, you are asked to consider federal and provincial guidelines for self-isolation and social distancing. Do not travel to the border for these services until further notice. If you are currently in Canada as a visitor, student or worker, you can apply online to IRCC to extend your temporary resident status. By doing so, you can continue to stay, study or work in Canada while your application is being processed. This is referred to as implied status, and as long as you apply before your current document expires, your current immigration authorizations and conditions remain unchanged.  In-Canada services are available through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

 

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