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What happens when you die undocumented in Canada?
Not leaving a will can complicate matters for your offspring when you die, but what happens if you are an undocumented person, working in the underground economy for example, and you die in Canada, without possessing any official documents?
How To Fix Mistakes on a PR Card
If, when you receive your first PR card, there is a mistake that needs to be fixed, then the process for doing so is not the same as applying for a replacement card. In the case of a mistake on your first PR card, you must apply for a Request to Reissue a Permanent Resident…
Canada vs the USA: Where should I go?
Canada compared to the United States, Toronto compared to New York City The United States and Canada have long been two of the most popular destinations for migrants seeking a better life. The question is, where should you settle? So, what’s it going to be? Moose or Bald Eagles? Hockey or Football? This article highlights…
The Top 8 Worst Ways to Immigrate to Canada
There are numerous ways to come to Canada as both a temporary and permanent resident, and so there are numerous ways to achieve that great goal, Canadian Citizenship. But not all ways are made equal, and one thing we have learned in our experience is that the most popular ways people think of immigrating to…
Open Sesame! Or How Your Canadian Passport is a Key to Many Doors
Along with many other advantages, the Canadian passport will allow you to travel freely to developed countries all over the world. According to the Henley Visa Restrictions Index 2013, Canadians can visit 170 countries and territories without a visa, or obtain one upon arrival.
Notice to Prepare for Your Citizenship Exam
If you have applied for Canadian Citizenship and have received, completed and submitted a Residence Questionnaire, alongside supporting documentation, you will be receiving a Notice to prepare for your citizenship exam. What is it and what do you need to do with it? Find out here.
The Worst Countries to Immigrate To
Everybody knows that anyone who can avoid it is not going to live in Haiti, North Korea, Somalia, or South Sudan. Obviously the worst countries to live in are not going to attract a lot of immigrants. Just for fun, here is the list of the 10 worst countries to live in for 2013, by…
Top 8 Canadian Immigration Law Schools
8. Queens’ University – Kingston, Ontario Kingston by Doug Kerr / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0 Along with Western, Queen’s is one of the twin Ontario-elite havens to the east and west of Toronto. Both have strongly competitive and reputable law schools, but at Queen’s it’s not all Bay Street strivers: Kingston’s school by the…
The History of Canadian Passports
With the recent changes to the Canadian passport, we thought you might want to know how we got here. Presenting A History Of The Canadian Passport History Regular Passports Frequent Traveler Passports Temporary Passports Special Passports Diplomatic Passports The modern form of passport in Canada came into being during the United States’ Civil War. The…