Travellers must use ArriveCAN to enter Canada
Starting from November 21, 2020, all air travellers must use ArriveCAN to enter Canada. Of course, it is in your best interest to use this tool even if you are travelling by sea or land.
- What is ArriveCAN?
- How to use ArriveCAN
- What if I do not use it?
- Using ArriveCAN after arrival
- Where to download ArriveCAN
- Let us assist you!
ArriveCAN is an app available on the following platforms:
As a traveller, you must use ArriveCAN for the following:
- Entering personal information
- Registering travel plans and information
- Preparing the details of a quarantine plan (unless exempt)
- Self-assessment of COVID-19 symptoms
- Reporting your whereabouts in Canada while in quarantine
- Filling out daily assessment reports while in Canada
Of course, IRCC persists ArriveCAN does not use GPS or similar technology to locate you.
Using the app is relatively easy. However, you may download any of the following PDF files:
- Travelling by plane guidelines
- Use of ArriveCAN while entering Canada by land or sea.
- Mandatory travel requirements and ArriveCAN
If you do not use ArriveCAN, then you could face the consequences. Of course, some consequences could include:
- Facing delays at a port of entry
- Verbal warnings
- Fines up to a $1000
However, the use of ArriveCAN for land and sea travellers is not mandatory.
When you arrive in Canada, you must use ArriveCAN for the following activities:
- Reporting you have arrived at your quarantine location within 48 hours of arrival in Canada
- Filling out the daily assessment form about COVID-19 symptoms
Click any of the following icons to download your copy or login to the ArriveCAN website:
If your extended family members are travelling to Canada, you must receive an exemption from IRCC. However, you can contact us to assist you with the process. Fill out the assessment form, and we will contact you as soon as possible.
If you wish to visit or move to Canada, please fill out our free assessment form. We will review it for free, but we will contact you only if we find an opportunity for you. Alternatively, you may book a consultation session. Consultation sessions are not free, but you will receive formal advice from a licenced practitioner.
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