Last August, right after the Taliban rapidly gained control of Afghanistan, Ottawa announced a resettlement program to bring 20,000 Afghans from vulnerable groups into Canada.
On September 27th the Canadian Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino said the government is planning to resettle 40,000 Afghan refugees from high-risk groups because Canada has a “moral imperative” to the people of Afghanistan. He added that Canada has resettled more than 2,500 Afghan refugees through the program already.
Moreover, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has announced that it is prioritising the application of Afghans and their families in 3 categories:
However these applications must meet the requirements to be prioritised.
In addition to that IRCC is implementing special measures like waiving fees and other requirements for these categories of applications for Afghans:
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