Canada is continuously adjusting its response to assist those seeking refuge from Russia’s relentless and merciless invasion of Ukraine. Since introducing the Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) in March 2022, more than 166,000 individuals from Ukraine have sought temporary refuge through this program. Currently, we are providing ongoing assistance to individuals who are interested in immigrating to Canada or remaining here permanently with their families.
As Russia continues its brutal invasion of Ukraine, Canada remains committed to adjusting its actions to aid those escaping the violence. The Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) has offered temporary refuge to more than 166,000 Ukrainians since its introduction in March 2022. We now offer continuing assistance to individuals wishing to immigrate to Canada and those wishing to settle here permanently with their families. Learn more about Canada’s new program designed to reunite families and provide support to Ukrainian immigrants.
IRCC provides an updated information on the proportion of Invitations to Apply (ITAs) they plan to distribute. Chiefly to individuals from the six eligible groups