How the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is affecting immigration, refugees, citizenship and passport services
COVID-19 border measures have ended
On October 1, 2022, all COVID-19 border requirements, including vaccination, mandatory use of ArriveCAN, and any testing and quarantine or isolation requirements, ended for all travellers entering Canada by land, air or sea.
We’re working to update the information on this page. Learn more about the
changes to travel restrictions.
Ongoing disruptions due to COVID-19 may affect immigration, refugees, citizenship and passport applications.
Information for your situation
What to do if you’re eligible to come to Canada, what to do if your status is already expired or is expiring soon
Making a refugee claim in Canada, information for sponsors and refugees overseas waiting to be resettled
If you’re applying or already applied for permanent residence, if we approved your application, withdrawing your application
If you applied for citizenship, need proof of citizenship, travel and work abroad, adopted a child from abroad, or take part in citizenship celebrations
If you just immigrated to Canada or you’re already a permanent resident and need to travel urgently
Find out about urgent passport or travel document services and how to apply inside or outside Canada
How to safely deliver services to newcomer clients during the COVID-19 outbreak
Financial help for Canadians, newcomers, permanent and temporary residents, and refugees facing hardship because of COVID-19
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