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Read blogs about Canada, Immigration Canada, and how to come to Canada.

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Corona Virus (Coviud-19) Travel Restrictions to Canada

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Corona Virus (Coviud-19) Travel Restrictions to Canada

Canada Response to COVID-19

On March 17 2020, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that Canada will be closing its border to foreign nationals to help cease the spread of the Coronavirus. This recent pandemic has led the federal government to make the difficult decision to impose travel restrictions on the country. If you were a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident looking to travel outside of the country, continue reading this blog to get more information on how

Travel Restrictions

The government has imposed a few travel restrictions and limitations for Canadian citizens and foreign nationals trying to enter Canada. For the time being, most foreign nationals looking to visit Canada for reason such as leisure, tourism, recreation or entertainment, cannot travel to Canada even though they may obtain a valid visitor visa or eTA (electronic travel authorization).

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30-Day Ontario License for Internationally Trained Physicians to fight Covid-19

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COVID-19 UPDATES & IMPACT ON IMMIGRATION TO CANADA

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) has commenced the issuance of a Supervised Short Duration Certificate, whereby some internationally-trained physicians and medical school graduates may obtain a 30-day medical license in Ontario to help fight COVID-19.

This will enable said physicians and graduates to render medical care and attention under supervision at various hospitals, psychiatric institutions and Crown agencies. In Ontario, one out of 10 COVID-19 cases are health-care providers; therefore, there is an increasing demand for physicians to help manage the deluge and influx of cases.  Accordingly, immigration Canada is now carving a small exception and thereby allowing entry of physicians or graduates, whom are internationally-trained to practice supervised medicine for a temporary period of time – 30 days to be exact. However, candidates may apply for an extension of an additional 30 days.

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IELTS AND CELPIP TESTS AVAILABLE NOW

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IELTS AND CELPIP DURING COVID-19

Due to COVID-19 pandemic immigration Canada had to close many of its test centers to reduce the spread of corona virus.

Unfortunately, this has caused delays for applicants that are looking to apply for permanent residence as most PR applications require an IELTS and CELPIP to submit an application.

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