Contact us about ArriveCAN

Before you contact us

Please check the ArriveCAN home page and ArriveCAN help page. Popular help topics include:

Timing: unless you're travelling for an essential reason, you can only submit your information within 72 hours of your scheduled arrival and receive your ArriveCAN receipt.

If you need to change your contact details after arriving in Canada, fill out the form. This type of request can't be handled by phone.

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Hours of operation

7 am to 8 pm ET, 7 days a week.

On statutory holidays, calls are answered between 8 am and 8 pm ET.

Contact information

Services are offered in English and French.

Contact forms

Due to the high number of messages, we may only respond:

We won't respond to questions about travel and border restrictions.

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Technical and registration issues for ArriveCAN

Use this form if you’re:

  • experiencing technical or account and password issues with ArriveCAN
  • receiving notifications from ArriveCAN to quarantine or report symptoms even though you qualified as fully vaccinated at the border

Personal information collection statement

The transmission of this information is not secure. Please do not include sensitive personal information, such as your social insurance number, passport information, vaccine information, personal finance data, and medical or work history. Any such information will be deleted from our reply.

The personal information you provide in relation to technical or registration assistance for ArriveCAN is protected under the Privacy Act and collected pursuant to the Quarantine Act and the Emergency Orders made under, related Quarantine program, section 4 of the Department of Health Act and the Department of Employment and Social Development Act (DESDA).

How your information is used and disclosed

The information you provide may be used and disclosed to address technical or registration issues for ArriveCAN. For these purposes, the personal information may be used by and/or disclosed to employees and/or contractors working for Service Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada, as well as other government institutions. The personal information may also be used for policy analysis, research, program evaluation or quality assurance purposes.

In other limited and specific circumstances, personal information may be used and/or disclosed without consent in accordance with section 7 and subsection 8(2) of the Privacy Act.

Your rights under the Privacy Act

In addition to protecting personal information, there is a right to request access to and request correction of one’s own personal information as provided for under the Privacy Act and to file a complaint with the Privacy Commissioner of Canada concerning the handling of your information.

Technical and registration form

Request a change to your quarantine or isolation location

If you need to request a change to your quarantine/isolation information during the 14 days after entering Canada, follow these instructions.

Questions or issues related to Advance CBSA Declaration

Personal information collection statement

The transmission of this information is not secure. Please do not include sensitive personal information, such as your social insurance number, passport information, vaccine information, personal finance data, and medical or work history. Any such information will be deleted from our reply.

The personal information you provide in relation to technical or registration assistance, or general inquiries for Advance CBSA Declaration is protected under the Privacy Act.

How your information is used and disclosed

The information you provide may be used and disclosed to address technical or registration issues, or general inquiries for Advance CBSA Declaration.For these purposes,the personal information may be used by and/or disclosed to employees and/or contractors working for Service Canada and the Canada Border Services Agency as well as other government institutions. The personal information may also be used for policy analysis, research, program evaluation or quality assurance purposes.

In other limited and specific circumstances, personal information may be used and/or disclosed without consent in accordance with section 7 and subsection 8(2) of the Privacy Act.

Your rights under the Privacy Act

In addition to protecting personal information, there is a right to request access to and request correction of one’s own personal information as provided for under the Privacy Act and to file a complaint with the Privacy Commissioner of Canada concerning the handling of your information.

Advance CBSA Declaration form

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