IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Canadian government has extended the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel pathway for Ukrainian nationals.
Additional Information: Canadian authorities waived most application fees under the CUAET program, including visa fees. Settlement services will remain available to Ukrainians and their family members after they arrive so that they can fully participate in Canadian communities while they are here. Ukrainians and their family members will also continue to benefit from the one-time transitional financial support, as well as from access to emergency accommodations for up to two weeks upon arrival in Canada. More information regarding the CUAET program is available here.
BAL Analysis: The Canadian government extended the CUAET program as the war in Ukraine continues. 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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