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Canadian temporary resident status

What is Canadian temporary resident status?

Explore Canada! – Canada’s vision of a free, safe and prosperous country draws migrants from all corners of the world. What is Canadian temporary resident status? Foreigners who have Canadian temporary resident status are allowed to visit, work or study in Canada for a limited amount of time. To obtain and maintain Canadian temporary resident status, foreigners[…]

Canadian permanent resident status

What is Canadian permanent resident status?

Your Forever Home Canada! – Canada’s vision of a free, safe and prosperous country draws immigrants from all corners of the world. On October 31th, 2016, the Government of Canada introduced its bold immigration policy by increasing the target from 250,000 to 300,000 immigrants in 2017 – primarily, through economic immigration and family reunification to[…]

Canadian citizenship

How to obtain Canadian citizenship?

Canadian citizenship is granted to foreigners (naturalization), after they fulfill the requirements established by the Citizenship Act. Grant If an adult wants to apply for a grant of citizenship, they must have permanent resident status in Canada. Further, adults must have been physically present in Canada for at least 1095 days (three years) out of the last five years.[…]

appeal immigration decisions

How to Appeal Immigration Decisions?

The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) is an independent administrative tribunal and makes decisions on immigration and refugee matters in Canada. Generally, only Canadian permanent residents have the right to appeal immigration decisions. Hearings: Admissibility / Detention Review The Immigration Division holds admissibility and detention review hearings. Appeals: Sponsorship / Removal Order /[…]

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