The year 2021 was another year full of challenges.
Both on a professional level and for many also on a personal level. We,
therefore, had to look for new opportunities and be flexible in dealing with
complex and challenging situations.
Despite the fact that we faced difficulties, we were able to assist many relations with advice and in obtaining visas, and we are proud of that!
This year has once again highlighted how valuable our
network is. And so, we would like to thank you very much for your trust in our
colleagues and organisation.
The new year is just around the corner. And although
there are still uncertainties, there is also potential for easing restrictions.
We are therefore hopeful that in 2022 there will be more room for new plans and
successful initiatives in Australia and Canada. In that case, we will be
pleased to be of service again with advice and support on the immigration laws
and regulations for Australia and Canada.
We wish you a happy holiday season and a prosperous new year.
period of eased measures for travel to Canada, new restrictions will come into
force in the coming weeks to reduce the number of COVID-19 infections in
Omicron variant also a
reason for concern in Canada
news from Canada in response to the new omicron variant announces that all
vaccinated travellers will be tested for corona on arrival at a Canadian
airport by means of an arrival test. In the past, travellers were selected on a
random basis, but this will now apply to everyone again. Fully vaccinated
travellers will have to remain in quarantine pending the results of their
travellers who fall under an exception to Canada’s travel restrictions will be
required to undergo multiple corona testing in all cases and will also be
subject to a 14-day quarantine period.
on domestic travel and use of public transport
Canada has updated its domestic travel restrictions effective November 30.
Anyone wishing to use public transport or Canadian airports (including flights
departing from Canada to other countries) are required to be fully vaccinated.
Persons with temporary status in Canada (e.g. work, study or tourist status)
who entered Canada as unvaccinated or partially vaccinated persons may leave
the country without being fully vaccinated until February 28, 2022. After that
date, they must be fully vaccinated to board a plane or train in Canada.
Vaccination obligation for
all travellers as of 15 January 2022
January 15, 2022, all travellers to Canada will need to be fully vaccinated.
This includes groups that are currently exempt from these restrictions, such
travelling to reunite with family
athletes and their support staff
with a valid work permit or work permit approval (some exceptions for the food
industry and agricultural sector apply)
essential service providers (including truck drivers, emergency responders and
January 15, 2022, unvaccinated or partially vaccinated agricultural and food
workers, new permanent residents and some children under the age of 18 will
still be allowed to travel to Canada tomorrow and travel within Canada to
settle, but must comply with testing and quarantine measures.
Have any questions? Then get in touch with us.