Thursday, May 7, 2020

Applications For Immigration In Alberta, Canada Are Being Processed Despite The Coronavirus





The world has seemed to have come to a halt because of the pandemic brought about by the virus known as the coronavirus. However, countries are trying their very best to make sure that the virus is vanquished as soon as possible and they are also doing their very best to make sure that things go as normally as possible. And that is why Alberta in Canada has been making sure that applications for immigration to the province continue on.

Since April 29, the province of Alberta has started to continue on with their operations. To make sure that all people involved in this are kept safe, special measures have been put in place. This would ensure that the process continues on and that applications are attended to. This province of Canada has announced that they will continue to receive applications and they will process them. With the new safety measures in place, these things can continuously be done without having to sacrifice the safety of the people working on them.

Accepting applications

Via the immigration programs that Alberta has, people from around the world who are interested in becoming an immigrant in Canada can continue to send in their applications. Of course, it is important that all of the requirements and documents needed of them would be submitted. As per the province, they will be accepting applications including all of the document requirements as well as forms that have been signed. To confirm the authenticity of all of the signatures as well as the documents that have been submitted, applicants may be getting a phone call or an email.

The exceptions

Individuals can also send in incomplete applications granted that they meet some requirements which include the following:
  • They sent in their applications on April 30 onwards.
  • An explanation written by the applicant which discusses why they have submitted an incomplete application.
  • Include proof that the document has already been requested.
  • Include proof that the party that issues the needed document has stopped operations because of the coronavirus.


Applications who may have sent in their applications on April 29 or before that and could not send in complete documents should do these:
  • Include an explanation written by the application which discusses why they could not send the needed documents.
  • Include proof that the document has already been requested.
  • Include proof that the party that issues the needed document has stopped operations because of the coronavirus.


Applications that are incomplete would be held by Alberta for a total of 60 days starting from the date that the application was sent. When the application has been held for 45 days, the province will decide if the hold will be given an extension which would another 60 days. The maximum period that an application can be held would be six months.



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2 comments:

  1. sir I am interested to work in canada kindly help m in this process

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