Immigration lawyer says application process is ‘dysfunctional’ and ‘teetering on being broken’
After 19 long months, Canadians will soon be able to drive across the border, as long as they’re fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The news raises all sorts of possibilities, and questions about how it’s all going to work. We get into the details about what you need to know before you go ,and before you come back home from Windsor immigration lawyer Eddie Kadri.
Canada is ready to welcome a historic number of new immigrants to our country. Among them will be entrepreneurs and investors from around the globe who are ready, willing, and able to make investments in our economy.
While every Canadian can agree that we need to open up our country and our borders in order to return to some sense of normalcy, not every Canadian agrees with the concept of a vaccine passport.