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The latest Canada Immigration news covering the CIC, permanent residency, Express Entry draws, provincial nominee programs, family sponsorship, temporary work visas, investor visas and citizenship. Stay up to date on Canadian Immigration Latest News here! For more information about the Canadian immigration process and requirements, please visit our main page on Canadian Immigration.

Canada Border Services Agency cracking down on marriage fraud for immigration

November 2, 2011 / /

New documents show that from 2008 to 2010, the Canada Border Services Agency has opened 39 different investigations into marriage fraud for immigration purposes according to this article in the Winnipeg Free Press. While 39 cases doesn’t seem like a lot, many fraudulent marriage cases have similarities or often involve the same people who help […]

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New E-2 Visa Procedures in Vancouver- 2014

October 11, 2011 /

E-2 Visa Filing changes in Vancouver The US Consulate in Vancouver has begun a new E-2 visa application process. All the supporting documentation for an E-2 application is no longer needed to be sent ahead of the interview for adjudication. Officers are now looking at the supporting documentation or the “meat of the application” for […]

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New 10 Year Multiple Entry Visas

July 1, 2011 / /

According to Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney, a new, easier way to travel to Canada is coming soon with the 10-year multiple entry visa. “More applications and higher expectations mean that Citizenship and Immigration Canada needs a more responsive and flexible processing system,” said Minister Kenney. “To achieve that, the department is providing […]

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Canadian immigration application refused on medical grounds: autistic teenager

May 5, 2011 / /

Couple denied permanent residence despite son not immigrating to Canada. Robert and Pauline Crowe of England have been deemed inadmissible to Canada because Robert has an autistic son – a son who he does not have primary custody of and who would never move to Canada anyway. Lewis Crowe, 17, lives with his mother in […]

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Expiring Canadian Permanent Resident Cards or a Canadian PR Card that has expired

March 21, 2011 / /

Every Canada Permanent Resident Card has an expiration date and when your permanent resident card is about to expire you will have to submit an application to renew it. Sometimes many people wait too long renew their PR card and they’re left not knowing what to do. If you are in Canada and you don’t renew […]

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“Group of 5” Sponsorship Application for Canada

March 12, 2011 / /

Hi Mary and Subuhi, Thank you so much for all your hard work and your professional service you provided for my sister Saliha’s Group Sponsorship Case. I reviewed the application and I am very satisfied with your service and I think you guys are excellent. I would not be able to handle this type application all by myself. […]

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Five Questions to Ask Your Immigration Lawyer or Consultant

February 1, 2011 /

Why is Choosing the Right Immigration Lawyer Important? Choosing an immigration lawyer (or immigration attorney as they’re called in the United States) is an important part of your immigration process. Not all immigration lawyers are the same, and choosing the right one can mean the difference between the success of your immigration application and the […]

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5 Ways to Fill Out Your Immigration Application Form Properly

January 27, 2011 /

How to Fill Our Your Immigration Papers Application Form For Success When you submit an immigration application form, it will eventually be reviewed by an immigration officer. Immigration officers have a massive amount of immigration papers / application forms to go through on a daily basis, and you don’t want simple mistakes or omissions to […]

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Toronto Student Deported from Canada

January 7, 2011 / /

Toronto student deported from Canada to Mexico We reported earlier about a Mexican student facing deportation in Toronto. A Toronto student whose refugee claims were denied and paperwork improperly completed has been deported from Canada, despite the community and various non-profit organizations rallying around him in support. Daniel Garcia’s immigration lawyer died between filing his […]

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UAE Raises Visa Fees for Canadian Travelers

December 30, 2010 / /

Canadian Travelers May Have to Pay Up to $1,000 for Visas Canadians traveling to the United Arab Emirates may be facing higher fees as the UAE has changes its fee structure for visas. A 30-day visa now costs $250, a 90-day visa costs $500 and a six-month, multiple-entry visa costs $1,000, which is a very […]

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