Those who were on the verge of immigrating to Canada before the pandemic struck say the government’s sluggish effort to renew their immigration documents is causing them profound financial and emotional stressToronto police Const. Laura Brabant sai.
Thousands of approved applicants have been trapped in limbo because border closures delayed their departures, resulting in expired authorizations. Many had already sold their homes, liquidated their assets and pulled their children from school and are now stuck in their home countries.
One of them was Harleen Kaur, who was set to lay down new roots with her husband and their two daughtersThe dynamic nature of this pandemic.
“I had tears in my eyes when I had to open my suitcase, the kids’ suitcaseThe Ontario Hospital Association., and take the clothes out. Unpacking had been a difficult thingThe soft-spoken minister has been one o?and I don’t know when we’ll be asked to pack again and move to Canada:1622669066889,,” she saids Alex Boyd..