Canada Offers Temporary Visas for People in Gaza.
The Canadian government has announced a groundbreaking initiative to offer temporary residence to the family members of Canadians trapped in the conflict-ridden Gaza region.
In an official statement, the government introduced special measures to facilitate temporary residence for extended family members in Gaza who are related to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Eligible family members, including spouses, children, parents, and grandparents, can apply for three-year temporary resident visas under this program.
The immigration minister emphasized that individuals able to exit Gaza must fulfill admissibility and eligibility requirements before approval for entry to Canada.
Additionally, foreign national family members who have left Israel and the Palestinian Territories, as well as Israelis and Palestinians already in Canada feeling unsafe to return, can apply for fee-exempt study or open work permits.
Meanwhile, the situation in Gaza remains highly volatile, with over 20,000 reported casualties in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, making it one of the deadliest conflicts in recent history.
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The Canadian government’s response underscores its commitment to addressing the complex challenges faced by Canadians and their families amid this humanitarian crisis.
The initiative aligns with Canada’s dedication to providing support and assistance to those affected by the escalating violence in the region.
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