IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Canadian government has waived immigration fees for family members of Canadian nationals and residents who fled Sudan.
Additional Information: Individuals who were evacuated by Canada or its partners must provide proof of eligibility. Those who left on their own must prove that they are an immediate family member of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, and provide proof of their location in Sudan together before April 15, 2023.
BAL Analysis: Canadian authorities plan to provide more information on how to apply for these special immigration measures from inside of Canada in the coming weeks and may provide additional support to Sudanese nationals if determined necessary.
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