How to assist client in understanding & applying Travel Exemptions or a Request for expedited processing during COVID-19 pandemic
Program presentation date: May 28, 2021 - Video valid for CPD credits until August 28, 2021
To limit the further spread of coronavirus in Canada, travel restrictions are in place across all ports of entry.
There are new rules and procedures in-place to accommodate foreign nationals and Canadian Citizens if there is an urgent need of travel. The rules are different for Canadians and foreign nationals.
The most common situations where a written authorization is not necessary.
Assessing and assisting clients based on status:
• A Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident returning to Canada
• an immediate family member of a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or a person registered under Canada’s Indian Act
• an immediate family member of a temporary resident travelling from the United States
• If already having a Public Health Agency of Canada letter for a compassionate travel and already hold valid visitor visa or eTA or do not require one
How do I make sure I sent a complete request?
Can my family member in Canada send the request on my behalf?
The main grounds to apply Travel Exemptions or a Request for Expedited Processing.
Information & Documents to include in such request.
What happens once a complete request is sent, should I send another email to follow-up on my request?
Q & A
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