A new alternative to orderly migration, targeting citizens of Colombia, Haiti and Venezuela, was made public by the Canadian government for those who wish to “enter that country under the auspices of a sponsor.”

Expanding the information, Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Cocuyo Effect, announced that the “specific humanitarian route to provide permanent residence for foreigners is now open for submission of applications.”

To qualify for this route, “the primary applicant must be a child (regardless of age), grandchild, spouse, de facto partner, parent, grandparent or sibling of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who agrees to support the migrant and its members. family as an anchor for a year.”

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On the canada.ca site in the section titled Immigration route for Colombians, Haitians and Venezuelans with family in Canada provide the following information.

The launch of a new humanitarian route will allow 11,000 Colombians, Haitians and Venezuelans to find shelter in Canada.

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Are you eligible to apply?

To apply you must

Do you have the right to be your family member’s “supporter”?

To be the “supporter,” you must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and be 18 years of age or older.

You must live in Canada, outside the province of Quebec. Moreover, according to canada.ca

The support worker is responsible for helping the applicant settle in Canada and supporting them and their family members for one year as they settle and integrate into their new lives.

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How to apply?

To make the request

Application forms are available in English and French.

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People arriving in Canada via the new humanitarian route – as revealed byfecto Cocuyo – will receive services before their arrival, including an assessment of their employment skills and a referral to an organization that offers settlement services in their community.

They are also eligible for temporary financial assistance from the Resettlement Assistance Program.

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