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Canada does not stop the special immigration pathway for Afghan nationals

The Government of Canada is denying rumours that it is abruptly terminating a special pathway that allows Afghans to flee the Taliban to Canada. According to Emilie Simard, director of issues management and parliamentary affairs at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), there is no discussion to stop the pathway for Afghan nationals. Canada aimed to bring at least 40,000 vulnerable Afghans to Canada under one of the largest immigration programs around the world. So far, only 16,645 Afghans have been welcomed to Canada under this pathway.

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