Travel, visa unaffected for international students in Canada

Travel, visa unaffected for international students in Canada

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Travel, visa unaffected for international students in Canada

Travel, visa unaffected for international students in Canada

International students in Canada will still be ready to enter the country with a legitimate visa, despite the extension of its border closure until July 21. Exemptions are still granted to Canadian citizens or permanent residents and their relations, also as working papers holders and certain international students. The extended border restriction will exclude all other non-essential travelers from other countries during the COVID-19 pandemic, even its neighbor, the US.

Though Canada is not any longer processing study permit applications for the autumn 2021 semester, international students in Canada who submitted their application by May 15 will receive approval (or otherwise) by August 6. you ought to receive the ultimate word on your student visa before making arrangements to fly there.

International students in Canada who are studying at a delegated Learning Institution (DLI) with a COVID-19 readiness plan are welcome back to the country since fall 2020. As per the newest rules, they need to undergo testing upon arrival and await the end in quarantine. This openness could well increase the number of international students in Canada as many have chosen to modify their study abroad destination over the past year to the North American country.

International students in Canada to be vaccinated — but when?

Although there’s no existing vaccination mandate for international students in Canada, more DLIs may soon require students to be vaccinated to access certain on-campus privileges. for instance, students at Western University, Trent University, and Fanshawe College must receive a minimum of one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to be admitted into residence halls.

 

The same applies to students at the University of Toronto; though they need 14 days from the time of arrival to urge their shot. this provides them an opportunity to access free vaccines in Canada if they were unable to try to do so back home. “This requirement, which is endorsed by our local public health authorities, will enable us to offer our students the residence experience that they expect – which is so important to their growth and development – without compromising on their health and safety,” said Sandy Welsh, vice-provost of scholars at the University of Toronto. International Students in Canada

Canada recognizes four vaccines right now: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Johnson and Johnson. consistent with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, there are two phases for travelers to prove vaccination status in Canada. the primary phase involves uploading vaccination documents to the ArriveCAN app, while the second will eventually are available in the shape of national certification status — one which will be recognized anywhere within the world.

Bill Blair, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness of Canada said the govt will soon announce further measures for fully-vaccinated Canadians and other exempt travelers, including international students in Canada. More updates to return.

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