Immigration measures and support for Ukrainians and their families
Our commitment to support those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians and their loved ones to Canada.
We’ll continue our efforts to provide a pathway to a safe temporary home for those who were forced to flee theirs.
July 15, 2023, was the last day to apply for a visitor visa under the Canada‑Ukraine authorization for emergency travel
The deadline to apply for a visa under the CUAET measures has passed. We’re no longer accepting applications. If you submitted an application on or before July 15, 2023, we’ll process it.
Applying for a visitor visa after July 15, 2023
If you’re Ukrainian or the family member of a Ukrainian and want to apply for a visitor visa after July 15, you can apply through the regular process.
We continue to explore other ways we can help those affected and will update this page as information becomes available.
Services and information
You’re in Canada as a temporary resident under the CUAET.
What would you like to do?
You’re in Canada but not under the CUAET.
We’re no longer accepting new applications under the CUAET measures.
However, under the post-CUAET measures for Ukrainian nationals and their family members, you may be able to apply for
You’re outside of Canada and you already applied under the CUAET.
If you submitted a complete application under the CUAET on or before July 15, 2023, we’ll continue to process it.
See after you apply to find out what happens next and what you need to do.
If you no longer want to come to Canada, you can withdraw your application.
Travel to Canada by March 31, 2024, to be eligible for in-Canada measures under the CUAET
To be eligible for the various supports and exemptions under the CUAET measures, you must enter Canada by March 31, 2024.
If you enter Canada after March 31, 2024, you
- need to meet the general requirements to enter Canada
- will not be eligible for the supports and exemptions under the CUAET measures.
You’re outside of Canada and you did not apply under the CUAET.
If you’re outside Canada and you didn’t submit an application, you can apply for a visitor visa through the regular process. You must meet all of the applicable eligibility and admissibility requirements and pay all required fees.
Once you’re in Canada, under the post-CUAET measures, you and your family members can apply for an open work permit, for a study permit or to extend your stay for up to 3 years.
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