We'll help you with a summary of Canadian immigration processes and how they apply to those in different positions at UBC. It's your responsibility, however, to stay up to date with immigration information for your specific situation.

Self-isolation resources for newcomers to Canada during COVID-19

June 16, 2020

UBC's Housing and Relocation Services has developed a self-isolation resource package in response to the Government of Canada requiring newcomers to Canada entering Canada by air, sea or land to self-isolate for 14 days whether or not they have symptoms of COVID-19.

The document provides helpful instructions when planning on travelling to Canada, with links to resources such as temporary accommodation, travel options from point of entry to place of self-isolation, grocery delivery and concierge services.

Self-Isolation Resource Package

If you have any questions, please contact Siobhan Murphy, director, by email or phone 604-822-2089.

Requirements and work permits

Details of what's required for you and accompanying family members to enter Canada will depend on two things: the type of appointment you've been offered, and your citizenship.


Complete the consultation form and include any questions you have about immigration. From there a regulated immigration consultant from our team will contact you to answer your questions.

Consultation form

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