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Current Canada travel requirements after the pandemic disruptions. COVID-19 affected  both the immigration process and citizenship/passport applications.

As of December 1st, 2022 Canada has registered 4,408,276 Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases.

For all travelers entering Canada by air, land or marine mode after October 1, 2022:


If you’re flying into Toronto Pearson, Vancouver or Montréal-Trudeau international airports, you can still use ArriveCAN to complete your Advance CBSA Declaration to save time upon arrival.



The Canadian Border Services Agency encourages all residents returning to Canada to have a smooth border crossing and decrease wait times, keep this checklist handy to help make sure you are prepared.

  • Plan ahead and check border wait times.

  • Avoid crossing during peak travel times like weekend evenings.

  • Residents can estimate duty and taxes to check in advance what you might have to pay on specific purchases such as electronics.

  • Make sure your purchases or items coming into Canada are not on a list of prohibited goods.

  • Pay attention to organic products among your goods. Declare any foods, plants, animals or other products to the border services officer.

  • If traveling with pets, know that dogs and cats that are three months of age or older need valid signed and dated certificates from a veterinarian verifying vaccinations against rabies.

  • Ensure that you have proper identification for you and your family readily available.

  • Declare all purchases and have your receipts readily available.

  • Declare all money or currency equal to or over CAN$10,000. It is not illegal to bring such amounts into Canada, but you must declare it on arrival.


For more details go to:

Click here to fill out the Canada Immigration Assessment form.

How to proceed?

  1. Email ( information on whether You would like to sponsor or to be sponsored;

  2. We will review your request and appoint a consultant/lawyer to contact you with the brief assessment;

  3. You decide whether to proceed


All our cases are handled by experienced lawyers and RCIC immigration professionals.

We adhere to the highest standards of client relationship and service.

Click here to fill out the Immigration Assessment Form



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