Canada Immigration Site Crashed after Election Results Elect Donald Trump as President!

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Canada Immigration Site Crashed after Election Results Elect Donald Trump as President!

It is less than 24 hours since Donald Trump is elected as the president of United States after a rigorous election with Hillary Clinton, but it seems it has already had its consequences. Well, Canada’s immigration website just crashed yesterday as Trump edged closer to victory.

Search engine read “immigrate to Canada” and “move to Canada” on Tuesday night as a result shifted towards the Republican nominee. The website which included Immigration Canada and Citizenship crashed simultaneously. Moreover, this result also had its impact on New Zealand website as it reported that traffic had been increased to its site. Many people took this issue to their Twitter as it was flooded with Tweets on this particular issue.


Apart from Millions of Twitter jokes, anxiety, and desperate escape plans, Canadian website did crash. Searches for “move to Canada” loomed but this trend to move to American’s northern neighbor can be a vigorous process.

A spokesperson for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada said;

“the site became temporarily inaccessible to users as a result of a significant increase in the volume of traffic.”

On Wednesday various media outlets outraged as they offered free advice on moving to Canada.

Canada has already made a commitment to accept 3, 00,000 immigrants in the upcoming year and about 120,000 of spots are those are to refugees and family reunification. Immigration lawyer Lee Cohen told CTV news this week that;

“Immigrating to Canada is a complex, paper-intensive, time-consuming process,”

he added;

“This notion that somebody can just decide to move to Canada and live here is misdirected.”

But for those who will want to migrate to Canada under specific entry program, the processing time takes around six months, and for a fact, privilege is for those who have a high education and are in the age group between 20 and 45 years.