Canadian Immigration Website Crashes as Donald Trump Wins US Presidential Elections
Donald Trump is elected as the next US President today after taking a massive lead over Hillary Clinton during the United States vote count.
The Canadian Immigration website has crashed as US citizen seek to leave the United States in the immediate response of Donald Trump’s elected as the new president of the US. The official website ‘Citizen and Immigration Canada’ has stopped responding, apparently due to the sheer number of US citizens looking to migrate from US towards Canada.
Canadian Immigration website would usually offer alternate ways of applying either to live in the country or become citizen of the country. But all of those annoyed by Trump’s win are actually able to see a prolong loading page with no access to put forward their immigration application to the website.
Moving to live in Canada requires to put forward an application to get permanent residency as a citizen in the country. There are different types of citizenship’s offered, most of which derive that people either come for work or live with their family.
Donald Trump’s victory is expected to boost anxiety among his opponents and people with dual nationalities, particularly Muslims, Mexican, African-American and others.
Canada has been an active participant among the globe in taking in refugees from a range of countries in recent months. The Canadian government has run a welcome campaign for the people affected and fleeing from war in Syria, for instance, and has been acknowledged for being a warm host in welcoming and greeting Syrian and other refugees belonging from many countries across the world.