I PASSED!!!! Had a time getting everything together. I don’t know if you remember that I lost my first passport that had my landed papers in it.. so i had to go to the police department and file a report. Then because my passport has never been stamped when I left to go to the US on holidays, I had to get letters from my employers stating that I worked in the country and only leave during scheduled holidays.
To top it all off, I had to have all this back to the Canadian immigration office by 3p.m. the same day for them to process my citizenship test…. But I got it all done. I just have to wait on the swearing in ceremony to have my Canadian citizenship.
Please tell Michael that a friend of mine is coming to see him in Hamilton and he needs a good Immigration lawyer. I gave him your law firm’s name and told him that I was very pleased with the way you handled things for me and that he would not be disappointed.
Thanks again for all your hard work.
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