Immigration measures and support for Ukrainians and their families
Extension of immigration measures for those affected by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
We’re extending the Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) and other related temporary measures. This includes extensions to
- apply for CUAET
- travel to Canada under the CUAET program
- access settlement services in Canada
See the new dates for when these measures will end.
We’re also extending the one-time financial assistance provided to eligible Ukrainians and their family members.
Our commitment to Ukraine
Canada is committed to supporting those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
We’re helping Ukrainian families get visitor visas as quickly as possible so that they can find a safe, temporary home in Canada.
We’re also actively working with provinces, territories and settlement organizations across the country to expand the services available to Ukrainians and their family members while in Canada.
Measures put in place include
- priority processing of Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel applications
- increased newcomer services for Ukrainians arriving in Canada
- waiving of fees
- support for flights to Canada
We’ll continue to explore other ways we can help those affected, including through the development of a permanent residence program.
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