Immigrants with approvals can now travel to Canada.

Holders of a valid confirmation of Permanent Residency (COPRs) can now travel to Canada and start the life they have been longing for to start their new life as of June 21st, 2021. Fully vaccinated applicants will be exempt from the 14 days quarantine requirement. Applicants must have a plan to settle permanently in Canada and not only for landing.

Anyone who has received a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPRs) letter after March 18, 2020, provided that the letter is still valid, can travel to Canada and live permanently, and upon arrival will have to quarantine for 14 days if they are not a holder of a vaccination certificate. Applicants with an expired permanent residence letter issued after March 18, 2020, will have to wait for the Canadian federal government to reissue a new permanent residence letter. Reach Immigration will be constantly monitoring Citizenship and Immigration Canada (IRCC) to check the requirements for issuing a new permanent residence letter, meanwhile, Reach Immigration advises our valued clients with an expired confirmation of permanent residence not to make any plans to travel to Canada or make any flight reservations.


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