Canada’s immigration website crashes as Trump wins the elections

USA and CanadaAmericans are seeking for a way out from the US after Trump wins the elections: Canada’s immigration website crashed on Tuesday evening, as Donald Trump got closer to the election victory. The official website began experiencing a series of outages early on Tuesday night probably due to a excessive quantity of site visitors.

People who tried to access the ‘Citizenship and Immigration Canada’ page reported seeing long loading pages or no access to the website at all, with messages of internal server errors. Hours later, the immigration website was still down.

Canada’s website usually offers information about ways of applying either to live in or become a citizen of the country.  There are a range of different types of citizenship, most of which stipulate that people come for work or live there with their family.

The site already crashed earlier this year  when US presidential candidate Donald Trump declared victory on Super Tuesday. The search trend “how can I move to Canada” spiked that day, just as it is doing at the moment, according to Google statistics.

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