Mandatory Isolation Support for Temporary Foreign Workers Program: Step 4. After you apply
Step 4. After you apply
1. AAFC will send you a Contribution Agreement
Successful applicants will be asked to enter into a Contribution Agreement with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. The agreement will outline the maximum funding that you can receive. You will also receive a document providing step-by-step instructions on how to complete a claim for reimbursement.
2. Submit your claim documentation after the mandatory 14-day isolation period is completed
You may submit more than one claim if you have temporary foreign workers arriving on different dates throughout the season, or you may choose to wait until all of your workers have arrived and submit one claim for all.
You will be required to include the Unique Client Identifier (UCI) for every temporary foreign worker. The UCI is assigned by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada to each temporary foreign worker and should be available on the worker's work permit.
To be eligible for reimbursement for the 2021 program year, the temporary foreign worker's date of arrival shall be no earlier than January 1, 2021, and no later than April 21, 2021 or the date that the Order under the Quarantine Act expires or is repealed (currently set to expire April 21, 2021).
You will receive a cheque by mail once the claim documentation is received and processed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. The program will issue one payment per claim.
AAFC's goal is to:
- respond to general inquiries made to our phone number or email address before the end of the next business day
- acknowledge receipt of your application within three business days
- process your application within 45 business days
- process your payment within 30 business days upon receipt of a completed claim form and signed Contribution Agreement
Report on the Mandatory Isolation Support for Temporary Foreign Workers Program
As of April 1, 2021 the distribution of funding for the program is summarized in the table below.
|Province||Funding allocated in
|Newfoundland and Labrador||$0.17|
|Prince Edward Island||$1.42|
The figures above are rounded and subject to minor variation as financial claims are processed.
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