The Canadian government has launched the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET) program for Ukrainian nationals.
Additional Information: Canadian authorities waived most application fees under the CUAET program, including visa application fees, biometric collection fees, permit fees, visitor extension fees and renewal fees. Applications submitted under the CUAET program will be prioritized for processing and individuals should expect to receive their visa within 14 days in normal cases. More information regarding the CUAET program is available here.
BAL Analysis: The Canadian government continues to consider other immigration concessions for Ukrainian nationals and their family members. Additional details are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Employers and employees are reminded that actions taken as a result of the invasion of Ukraine may change with little or no notice.
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