At the APMA, we stand with the people of Ukraine. We work with Canadian automotive companies that are ready and willing to hire hundreds of Ukrainian refugees fleeing the invasion of their country by Russia through the APMA’s EDI Fund.
For More Information
Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) – Information about how to apply. When you apply for the visitor visa under the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET) measures, you may be eligible to apply for an open work permit at the same time. This work permit lets you work for most employers in Canada.
Canada’s Refugee System – Information about the structure of Canada’s refugee system. From Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
WelcomeOntario.ca – This is a refugee assistance information website created to bring together trustworthy information for those helping refugees settle in Ontario.
Immigration and Refugee Board – An independent tribunal that is responsible for hearing refugee claims and appeals.
The Asylum System in Canada – A visual summary of how the asylum system works in Canada. From the UNHCR.
RefugeeClaim.ca – A multilingual resource that provides information on what you can do to prepare for your hearing. From Kinbrace Community Society.
Your Refugee Hearing – This website has practical information to help you prepare for a hearing at the Immigration and Refugee Board. It also offers an online tour of a hearing room. From CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario).
If you have a permit to legally work in Canada, please complete this intake form as it is the first step to begin the process to have access to the APMA’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Fund.
For additional information on How to Apply, please contact:
Manager, EDI Fund
All information entered in the form will be considered confidential and will only be made available within the APMA.