Canadian Immigration: 7 Reasons to Be Hopeful Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

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Canadian Immigration: 7 Reasons to Be Hopeful Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

It’s been four months since the COVID-19 started and took the whole world by storm. As the number of cases continues to rise across the globe, it’s hard to be hopeful. Even so, there will always be silver linings amidst the dark clouds.

Canada is an excellent example of a resilient country amid this challenging time. Despite the rising numbers of those afflicted, there are good reasons to be hopeful. For one, Canadian immigration has continued to welcome individuals from other countries with open arms—but with strict measures this time.

In this article, we’ll share the seven reasons for being optimistic about Canadian immigration in the face of a global pandemic. Read below to learn more before you consider hiring an immigration consultant and make a final decision.

1. The prompt response of frontline workers

What’s great about the country is that its frontline workers continue to deliver their services, going above and beyond. Health care responders, border officials, and many others take time and effort to provide vital services, whether medical, safety, or sustenance needs. These people deserve to be commended for their noble acts.

2. Solid and strict measures

Another good reason to be hopeful about the country is how it has strictly imposed strong measures to flatten the curve. Canada has seriously implemented restricted travel, quarantining, and social distancing. The country does what it can to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus.

3. Implementation of best practices

Canada can be commended for its best practices. The government and health workers do what it takes to educate the public on proper hygiene and safety measures. The public continues to cooperate and comply with the government mandates for their own protection.

4. Essential services provide basic needs

Despite the shutdown of most businesses, those providing essential services for the public’s basic needs continue to operate. These include food suppliers, health services, pharmacies, and many others. Yet strict guidelines are implemented in the delivery of vital services.

5. The power of social media

We cannot deny the power of social media in disseminating information, educating the public, and engaging with those in need. The government authorities are using social media to their advantage, and individuals heavily rely on what these channels have to offer.

6. Global collaboration

Canada also collaborates with other key personnel from different countries. They conduct research and testing to come up with vaccines and other measures to combat the novel coronavirus.

7. Continuous immigration process

The immigration process continues as well, albeit some adjustments made. Many agencies have transitioned to modernization and the use of technology to serve people’s needs. If you’re in the process of immigrating, it’s best to work with an immigration agency to get proper guidance on how to proceed.

Conclusion

At this point, we can only be hopeful and optimistic that this global crisis will soon end. For now, we can rely on what Canada is doing as far as immigration is concerned. 

With the prompt response of frontline workers, solid and strict measures, implementation of best practices, essential services providing basic needs, power of social media, global collaboration, and continuous immigration processes, we can expect Canada to continue to serve and welcome people from different parts of the world.

We have a team of immigration consultants in Toronto. If you’re looking for professional help from a trusted firm, please contact us at info@brightimmigration.com or call 1-888-404-8472.

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