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Month: January 2013

Canada Immigration 2013

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has been rolling out some great new programs for 2013 to help you immigrate, get Permanent Residency and succeed! The Minister of Immigration and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney, has been avidly pursuing the creation of immigration classes that help build and sustain the economy of Canada, and they will all start accepting …

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How Fast Can One Get Canadian Citizenship?

Getting Canadian citizenship is significantly easier than getting a Permanent Resident Card, so the amount of time it takes to get a citizenship certificate is much shorter than getting a PR Card. The catch, of course, is that you can’t just skip straight to the Canadian citizenship application. Immigrants who apply for citizenship are required …

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CIC News Update: New Award for Excellence in Holocaust Education

Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s Minister, Jason Kenney, announced a new award for excellence in Holocaust education, schools that win the award are given $5,000. The CIC is not solely limited to the paperwork and processing of immigration issues, nor is it so myopic to only concern itself with citizenship oaths, but is also tasked with …

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Citizenship and Immigration Canada Website

Citizenship and Immigration Canada, otherwise known as the CIC, is the department of the Canadian government responsible for immigration matters of every stripe. Immigration Direct can help you get your Permanent Resident Card or apply for citizenship, but you might just be curious about the governmental immigration body in Canada. There are many gems of …

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Canada Immigration and the H&C

Canada provides a special immigration route to Permanent Residency for some on what are called Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds (H&C). This program is granted in a very limited number of cases and is generally not favored compared to the many other ways that people can immigrate to Canada. Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds refers to a …

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