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Top 7 Signs You Are Getting a Residence Questionnaire

This article covers: The Top 7 Signs You May Get a Residence Questionnaire What is an IMM 5511 Questionnaire: Determination of Permanent Resident Status?

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Top 4 Signs You Are Getting a Residence Questionnaire After You Have Submitted Your PR Card Application

Top 4 Signs Your Application Will Receive the Questionnaire What is a Residence Questionnaire 2 More Tips on Avoiding or Dealing with the Questionnaire

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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…

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Just because you were born in Canada doesn’t mean you are a citizen

This article will discuss Cases of Canadians who discovered they were not citizens How you can determine if you are a citizen or not Everyone born in Canada assumes they are a citizen, and for the vast majority of us, that assumption is correct. But a number of recent news stories have thrown that certainty…

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Entering Canada Illegally Has Consequences

Yesterday, two Mexican citizens, Pablo Daniel Gonzalez and Miguel Aguilar Gonzalez, were sentenced to two years for entering Canada illegally.

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What Happens if You Fail the Citizenship Test?

So what happens if you fail the test?

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Don’t let your citizenship application be abandoned

Citizenship and Immigration Canada is abandoning certain citizenship applications The bad news: as of September 2013, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is closing – abandoning – so-called “dormant” citizenship applications. For the purposes citizenship applications, “dormant” means that you  have missed your citizenship test of interview with a citizenship judge and have not responded…

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Acquiring Dual Citizenship in Canada

Many people living in Canada are eligible to become dual citizens – citizens of two countries – because Canada officially allows dual citizenship. Dual citizenship has many advantages. Read the article for examples.

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What’s the difference between a Green Card and a PR card?

Frequently the terms “green card” and “PR card” are used interchangeably. While the two documents are similar, they are not exactly the same thing.

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Top 10 Other Places to Move to in Canada

Every immigrant knows about Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. But where else can you go turn if you want a slower pace of life, quicker access to greenery, and maybe a little less competition for jobs and space? Here are some other suggestions: 1. Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome, Calgary [Public Domain] Yeah, that’s right, Cowtown. Its population…

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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…

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Iranian Immigration to Canada

Blogger Farshid Motahari reported in March, 2011, “there is almost no time when people get together in Tehran that migration to Canada is not discussed.”

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