• by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    On June 6, 2023, the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced the addition of 13 countries to the electronic travel authorization (eTA) program. Travellers from these countries who have either held a Canadian visa in the last 10 years or who currently hold a valid United States non-immigrant visa can now apply for an eTA instead of a visa when travelling to Canada by air. Effective today, eligible travellers from these countries can benefit from the program.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Canada is a destination of choice for people looking to visit, do business or reunite with family and friends. That’s why we are committed to improving our immigration programs and services by making them more efficient and equitable for people around the world.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will visit Winnipeg for an immigration announcement and a special citizenship ceremony.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    With employers eagerly seeking to fill countless vacant positions across the country, immigration emerges as a vital piece to solving this puzzle. Recognizing this reality, the Government of Canada is building an immigration system that acts as a catalyst for growth, empowering businesses, helping address their labour needs and strengthening French communities. When combined, these efforts will ensure Canadians benefit from economic and social prosperity for years to come.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Every year, Citizenship Week is a chance to celebrate new citizens and all that it means to be Canadian.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Vancouver—Families are meant to be together, especially during life’s big moments like moving to a new country. That is why Canada is working to help families reunite more quickly and easily, and support themselves once in Canada.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Strong humanitarian partnerships to navigate complex geopolitical realities are crucial in bringing Afghans to safety in Canada. The Government of Canada continues to work with like-minded countries, partners in the region and non-governmental organizations to facilitate the safe movement of Afghans destined for Canada.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The expansion of lululemon’s global headquarters in its hometown of Vancouver promises to significantly boost British Columbia’s prosperity. lululemon has committed to grow in Vancouver over the next five years and invest in creating over 2,600 local jobs, which has already begun to stimulate British Columbia’s workforce and economy.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will announce measures to deliver on the minister’s mandate letter commitment to strengthen family reunification. Minister Fraser will be joined by the Honourable Hedy Fry, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Centre, British Columbia.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will make an announcement regarding significant employment and economic growth for BC and all of Canada.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    To celebrate Citizenship Week, the honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will welcome 10 of Canada’s newest citizens. The ceremony will be presided by Citizenship Judge Joan Mahoney
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Government of Canada is committed to strengthening ties with South Korea, a key partner for Canada in the Indo-Pacific, as we mark the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between our two countries this year.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Becoming a Canadian citizen is a momentous occasion that marks the final step in the immigration journey. Every year, we celebrate Citizenship Week, a chance to celebrate new citizens and all that it means to be Canadian—our diversity, our history and our culture.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Government of Canada continues to create new opportunities abroad for Canadian youth to experience other cultures and form lasting relationships. The Government of Canada also seeks to provide international youth with meaningful work and life experiences in Canada.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    “This week, Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, the Honourable Sean Fraser, and Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, Dr. Alfred Mutua, held a productive bilateral meeting."
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Pre-arrival settlement services are key to setting newcomers up for success in Canada. They provide newcomers with the information and support they need to make informed decisions about their new lives in Canada before they arrive, which helps them successfully transition into their communities and find work faster.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Minister of International Development, on behalf of the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will make announce support for pre-arrival settlement services for newcomers.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Settlement services are key to setting up newcomers for success in Canada. They provide newcomers with the information and support they need to make informed decisions about their new lives in Canada before and after they arrive, which helps them successfully transition into their communities and find work faster.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Marie-France Lalonde, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, on behalf of the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will make an announcement regarding investments in vital settlement services for newcomers.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Canadian passport is one of the most powerful and respected travel documents in the world. For some, it is used to reconnect with loved ones, to explore, and have an adventure. For others, it marks the final step in their immigration journey, becoming Canadian citizens and joining a diverse and inclusive society that values democracy, freedom, and human rights.

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