How to Get into Canada: The Immigration Sweater

How to Get into Canada: The Immigration Sweater

How to Get into Canada: The Immigration Sweater

After the US elections on November 8th, the Canadian immigration website crashed due to high traffic. CBC reports that about 200,000 jumped online to figure out a way into the North. Google Trends shows the same: there was approximately 300% more interest in the search term “express entry into Canada.”

Google Canada Immigration

At Shelfies, we don’t mind. Shipping all over the world, borders blur for us sometimes too. But we’d thought we’d help those interested in changing passports. Given that Canada’s immigration services are moving away from paper into accepting PDF submissions, we made an immigration sweater with all the information needed to join the land of Justin Bieber and Drake.

Canada Immigration Sweater

People have flocked like geese to it. They’ve gone loonie aboot it too. We’ve gone viral on Imgur and Facebook with it. Perhaps it’s because like the paper form itself, we offer express delivery.

This isn’t the first time we’ve dipped into politics. We’ve had Justin Trudeau sign his own face on our Dreamy Trudeau Sweater and we felt the Bern by keeping warm in this jumpsuit.

So, try our Canadian Immigration Form Sweater. It’ll keep you warm in this cold, open land.