Over the last few weeks, those Canadian who is approved under the CUAET and their family are able to acquire chartered flights to Canada.
Those Candidates who got the visa to visit Canada under CUAET. They will receive an Email through the IRCC in which the process of register for a flight is provided
The following flights from Poland will be available to approved CUAET holders on a first-come, first-served basis:
- 23 May to Winnipeg, Manitoba
- 29 May to Montreal, Quebec
- 2 June to Halifax, Nova Scotia
On arrival in Canada, for those people who do not already have suitable accommodation place to live, The Canadian government will provide them temporary accommodation for two weeks.
Ukraine Candidates who wish to travel to Canada through CUAET and receive their visas are eligible to access commercial flights, subsidized by a special fund. The travel fund of Ukraine2Canada collaborates with Miles4Migrants, Shapiro Foundation, and Air Canada which will provide help at least 10,000 free flights to help the people of Ukraine and their families.
The government of Canada introduces CUAET for the people of Ukraine in the last week of March through which Ukrainians and their families are eligible to stay in Canada for up to three years as temporary residents.
They are also eligible to apply for an open work permit or study permit through which they can secure their employment with every occupation in Canada or they can enroll in any Canadian educational program.
For people of Ukraine who are arriving through CUAET, the government of Canada provides them with temporary settlement assistance till 31 March 2023 to help settle in their new communities. Provided support will include language training and information that will help them to access the services of the labor market such as mentoring, networking, training, and skill development.
Canadian provinces have announced several initiatives to assist newly arrived Ukrainians with their local Ukrainian-Canadian organizations, settlement areas, community groups, and other non-governmental organizations which is included orientation services, food, access to health services, temporary housing, and financial assistance.