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Canadian Citizenship

Citizenship Ceremonies for Saturday October 13, 2012

This week is citizenship week for Canada and the government encourages you to participate in the celebration whether you’re a new citizen or have been around for a while.   For Newfoundland and Labrador the celebration will occur in Cupids at 2 p.m. Cupids Legacy Centre 368 Seaforest Drive Cupids, NL A0A 2B0 In Ontario, […]

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Citizenship Requirements: New Rules for Language Requirement

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has recently tightened restrictions involving the Canadian citizenship test. Prospective citizens will now have to provide objective proof of their competency in one of the national languages of Canada. This new rule will go into effect for all citizenship applications received as of November 1 of this year, 2012. Previously one’s

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Get to Know Canada

On your journey towards Canadian citizenship you’ll have to become familiar with the country. Here in this blog we’ll occasionally examine some of the things that you will need to know to become a fully integrated member of Canadian society. The questions below are taken from Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s Discover Canada e-book, the document

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Immigration and Sponsorship Consultations

In effort to correct the current seven year back log of the Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP),Citizen and Immigration Canada (CIC) has put out a call for consultations to survey opinions for redesign of the program. The purpose of the consultations is to receive input on (1) how to limit the intake of applications; and

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Fingerprinting Services

Information for Citizenship Applicants on Fingerprinting Services Permanent residents of Canada who have resided in Canada for at least three of the last four years and who meet other eligibility requirements can apply for Canadian citizenship. Applying for Canadian citizenship includes submitting a citizenship application along with the government fees and supporting documents. After processing

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