If you are planning to go to Canada now you must have a quarantine plan, here’s what to do before you go to Canada.
Monitor your health.
Canada is denying entry to any new immigrants showing symptoms of COVID-19, such as cough and fever. The only people who may enter Canada if they have COVID-19 or any symptoms of COVID-19 are:
• Persons with status under the Indian Act
• Permanent residents
So don’t travel if you are sick, even if you think your symptoms are not related to COVID-19. If you’re traveling by air, you may be asked a few health-related questions before you can board your flight. Your health will also be screened once you have arrived in Canada.
All persons entering Canada, by air, sea or land, whether or not they have signs and symptoms of COVID 19, are required to confirm their 14-day mandatory quarantine.
You must have a plan to quarantine when you arrive in Canada, including:
– A place to stay
– How you’ll get to your destination and get your groceries
– Access essential services and medical care
You will be asked about your quarantine plans when you arrive.
Your place of quarantine can be, your own home, hotel, airbnb, motel, friends or Family.
Check your eligibility for healthcare
Depending on the province, you may not be able to access healthcare right away.
Research temporary health insurance options before you arrive.
Although it is not a mandatory quarantine item, our recommendation is that you come with a cash reserve with enough money to maintain you and your family for the first few months because you could have a hard time finding work during the pandemic.
If you are already in Canada as a student or worker and need to travel outside Canada besides the quarantine plan you will also need to demonstrate ties to Canada, in order to do that you need to present rental agreement, job offer, a letter from your employer confirming that you are expected to return to work as soon as you finish your quarantine also any other documents that support your case such as bills, car ownership documents, ids and any other document that proves you have a life in Canada.
E-Visa Immigration has put together a preparation plan in case you need help to get all the right documentation together for your re entry in Canada.
To know more about the preparation plan, contact us now: firstname.lastname@example.org