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FT-1010.1900-900 Temporary Work Permits Programs that provide assistance for foreign citizens who want to apply for a temporary permit to work in Canada. To obtain a temporary work permit, a person must have an offer of employment as well as a confirmation of the validity of the job offer and its necessity within the labour market as determined by Employment and Social Development Canada. Applicants may then apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for a work permit. Holders of temporary work permits are not permanent residents. There are additional categories of employment that do not require a work permit but may still require a temporary resident visa depending on the country of origin. These categories include business visitors; foreign representatives and their family members; military personnel; on-campus personnel; performing artists; sports performers (including athletes, coaches, judges and referees); journalists, convention organizers and public speakers, clergy; certain inspectors and examiners; and crew members. Exemptions may also be available for categories covered under the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA). = CUSMA Immigration Exemptions NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 04/29/22
TB-0700.2200-900 USDA Rural Community Facilities Funding Programs USDA Rural Community Facilities Funding Programs offer direct loans, loan guarantees and grants to develop or improve essential public services and facilities in communities across rural America. These amenities help increase the competitiveness of rural communities in attracting and retaining businesses that provide employment and services for their residents. Public bodies, non-profit organizations and federally recognized American Indian Tribes can use the funds to construct, expand or improve facilities that provide health care, education, public safety, and public services. Projects include fire and rescue stations, village and town halls, health care clinics, hospitals, adult and child care centers, assisted living facilities, rehabilitation centers, public buildings, schools, libraries, and many other community-based initiatives. Financing may also cover the costs for land acquisition, professional fees and purchase of equipment. The facilities not only improve the basic quality of life but assist in the development and sustainability of rural America. See also Rural Area Public Transit Services (BT-4500.7000), Rural Economic Development (TB-8200.7500), Rural Housing Development (TB-3000.7000) NOTE: U.S. only. NEW 04/29/22
FT-1010.1900-020 Authorizations for Emergency Travel to Canada Programs that provide support for people who want to seek temporary safe harbour in Canada while a war, insurrection or other upheaval in their home country is underway until it is safe to return. An AET is a special accelerated temporary residence pathway available to citizens of a designated country under exceptional circumstances, that helps applicants come to Canada as quickly as possible, and gives those already in Canada the option to extend their stay while their home country continues to be unsafe for its residents. Included are programs operating under the auspices of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada that determine the requirements and steps involved in the acquisition of the authorization, and those that provide assistance for people who need legal advice about the application process. = AET = Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel = CUAET NOTE: Canadian only. NEW 04/29/22
FF-1500.3300 Immigration Detention Centers Canadian English Definition Change: Facilities that are used to detain individuals entering Canada who either fail to establish identity, are deemed a danger to the public or are considered unlikely to appear for future immigration proceedings or removal. The detention is intended for a limited time until a hearing can be arranged. The facilities are under the control of the Canada Border Services Agency under the provisions of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 04/29/22
LN-9300 Walk In Medical Clinics Programs that provide treatment services for people who have minor illnesses or injuries that do not require a visit to a hospital emergency department or an urgent care facility. These programs are generally specialized practices set up by groups of physicians operating within the provincial/territorial health system who are available for patients that do not have family physicians or who need medical treatment and/or diagnosis at times when their family physician is not available. In some areas, a walk-in clinic may rotate between the clinics of different physicians. Some programs, mainly in major metropolitan areas, may operate on a 24-hour basis but all tend to be open for some or all evenings and weekends. While walk-in medical clinics are initially intended to provide a same-day healthcare option without any appointment necessary, some clinics may require patients to book their visit in advance in order to spread out arrival times and reduce waiting times. = After Hours Medical Clinics = Non-Urgent Care Medical Clinics = Retail Medical Clinics NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 04/12/22
NL-1000.7300 Resettlement Assistance Program A program administered by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) that provides income support and a range of other services for government-assisted refugees (GARs) who arrive in Canada following an overseas identification and selection process. Benefits are available for up to 12 months in most situations and up to 24 months for GARs with special needs. Income support amounts are set in line with provincial social assistance rates. The Resettlement Assistance Program (RAP) also provides funding to a variety of service provider organizations (SPOs) who, on behalf of IRCC, provide a range of settlement and orientation services including an initial reception at the airport or other port of entry, temporary accommodation if needed, help in finding permanent accommodation, basic household items, financial orientation and ongoing access to support, as needed. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 04/07/22
FT-1010.1900-850 Temporary Resident Visas Programs that assist in filing applications by foreign citizens who want to visit Canada for tourism or to visit family members. Depending on the country of origin, some individuals will require visas in order to enter Canada. Visa applications must generally be made to the nearest Canadian embassy or consulate. Successful applicants will be allowed to stay in Canada for the time stipulated in their visa. While in Canada, it is possible to apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for an extension to the visa. The countries whose citizens require visas are subject to change. Citizens of countries that do not require a temporary resident visa, still require a valid passport (or in the case of citizens of the United States, valid photo identification) and may enter Canada through a port of entry. At this stage, they will be granted entry for a time determined by an immigration official. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 04/07/22
FT-1010.1900-820 Temporary Resident Application Adjudication Programs operating under the auspices of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada that determine the requirements and steps involved in the acquisition of temporary visas and adjudicate applications. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 04/07/22
FT-1010.1900 Canadian Temporary Resident Status Programs Programs that provide support for people who want to enter and/or reside in Canada on a temporary basis. Included are programs operating under the auspices of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada that determine the requirements and steps involved in the acquisition of visas, including student visa and temporary work permits/visas, and those that provide assistance for people who need legal advice about the visa application process. These programs also address the conditions under which foreign nationals can visit Canada (for example, as tourists or to visit family/friends) and the length of time they can visit. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 04/07/22
FT-1010.1700-700 Quebec Immigration Programs Programs that assist in filing applications by individuals who want to immigrate to Quebec. Under the Canada-Quebec Accord on Immigration, Quebec has established its own immigration requirements and selection criteria system aimed at attracting immigrants who best meet the province's distinct immigration and employment needs. Applications must be made directly to the Government of Quebec. If a candidate has been approved by Quebec, a separate application is still required to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for permanent residence. Applications to other federal programs (e.g. Family Class Sponsorship) often involve the completion of separate forms if the applicants intend to live in Quebec. NOTE: Canadian only. CHANGE 04/07/22

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