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Grandparents and Parents Visiting Canada: Super Visa Income Requirements in 2017

The Super Visa is a special visa available to grandparents and parents who wish to visit family in Canada. Unlike other types of visitor visas, the Super Visa allows for a longer stay, fewer fees and repeat applications, and multiple re-entries. If you qualify for this visa, you can visit Canada for up to two …

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What are the Best Provinces for Immigrants to Find Jobs in Canada in 2018?

Wondering where to move as a new arrival in Canada? While each of Canada’s provinces has much to offer, some of the top destinations include: 1) Ontario. Ontario is one of the most popular destinations for immigrants in Canada. It is home to Toronto, which is the largest city and one of the biggest job …

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Charges Laid in Scam Targeting Immigrants

Peel police have announced that Mississauga resident Sakia Mojadiddi has been charged with fraud following an investigation. Authorities report that Mojadiddi is accused of defrauding Canadian arrivals from the Middle East who were looking to bring their family to Canada. The targets were largely from Afghanistan. The investigation stems from a complaint brought to police in …

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Immigration in Canada Contributes to High Education Numbers, New Research Shows

Canada is considered one of the most-educated nations, with more than half of residents having a college or university degree. The number of people with an undergraduate or graduate degree has grown by more than ten percent in the past ten years. At least one study has found that Canadians are even more educated, with …

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What is the Difference Between a Citizenship Card and Citizenship Certificate?

Before 2012, Canada issued citizenship cards. These wallet-sized cards were issued to naturalized citizens and resembled the birth certificates which were issued by many provinces and which were also wallet-sized and plastic and could be used to prove citizenship. After February 1, 2012, CIC the citizenship card and the commemorative certificate presented to new Canadians …

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