Travel in Canada

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asked Mar 27 in Camping/RV by Fricher5 (130 points)
Hi all. Just got back from a trip to Canada a month ago. The country inspires me to do new things. And since I'm an artist it's essential for me. I want to go back there permanently. Help me how to do that.


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answered Mar 28 by sayinghitoyou (4,080 points)
I would also love to travel to Canada but it can be harder now due to the Covid-19 restrictions.

However you still can enter Canada but you have to go through some hoops.

According to the rules about traveling to Canada.

Foreign nationals without a valid negative pre-entry COVID-19 test result, proof of a previous positive molecular test result, or who have symptoms of COVID-19, will be denied entry into Canada.

All travelers arriving in Canada are required by Canadian law to respond truthfully to all questions.

Travel to Canada: Requirements for COVID-19 vaccinated travellers.

Starting April 1, 2022, pre-entry tests will no longer be required for fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada by land, air or water.

Until then, follow the pre-entry test requirements. You must still use ArriveCAN before and after April 1.

Air passengers traveling to the US are required to present a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery.

Airlines must confirm the negative test result or documentation of recovery for all passengers before boarding.
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answered Mar 28 by Jidyer (2,630 points)

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answered Mar 28 by KarlospH (140 points)

I'll tell you my story. It is very similar to your question. I myself lived in New York for 20 years. I worked for a logistics company and in my spare time I traveled a lot. One of my last countries was Canada. I really liked it there. I went skiing a lot. Because I like sports. I didn't want to leave. And I've been living in Canada for two years now. My friends and acquaintances helped me with immigration. I also consulted with an immigration consultant. Now I have been living in Canada permanently for about half a year. I found a good specialized job. I am happy with everything. If you have any questions. Ask me, I will be glad to help and answer. I hope I helped you somehow. Good luck.

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answered May 24 by Kroverl (780 points)

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