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Canadian Immigration Update: Canada Extend Travel Restriction Between The Borders
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Canada Border Service Agency (“CBSA”) recently announced the continuation
of nonessential travel restrictions between Canada and USA through May
21st, 2020. Any traveler planning to cross the border for tourism,
recreation and entertainment are not allowed.
Canada continues to allow essential travel into Canada which include
individuals with study permit issued on or before March 18th, 2020 or with
a valid work permit or a port of entry letter of introduction showing
approval of work permit. The supply chain between the two countries are
considered “essential” to ensure food, fuel and life-saving medicine to
flow uninterrupted between the countries.
Upon crossing the border, all travelers must have quarantine or an
isolation plan in place except for “essential” workers that include truck
driver and health care workers. We will continue to keep our readers
informed with any further updates.
About The Author<br/>
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<b>Nachman, Phulwani, Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, P.C.</b> At NPZ Law Group, we are business immigration lawyers who understand that success in today’s global marketplace requires a skilled and mobile workforce. We provide our business clients with the legal assistance they require in immigration matters to help them meet their business goals while complying with applicable immigration laws and regulations. We invite you to visit us on the web at www.visaserve.com or to email us at email@example.com or to call us at 201.670.0006 for a consultation.
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