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Nanny agencies close as Ottawa effectively cancels live-in caregiver program | Financial Post

Parents scramble, nanny agencies close as Ottawa effectively cancels live-in caregiver program

Statistics obtained by the Association of Caregiver and Nanny Agencies Canada under an access to information request show the federal government has been approving as few as three and as many as 63 foreign caregiver applications each month since December, compared to 700 to 1,000 per […]

BC Provincial Nominee Program application| Indo-Canadian Voice

THE redesigned BC Provincial Nominee Program application are being accepted again effective July 2, 2015.
The BC Provincial Nominee Program application has reopened after a 90-day pause that allowed the PNP to be redesigned so the Province could maximize the impact of its allocation of 5,500 nominees from the federal government for 2015.
The redesign shifts the program’s focus to […]

A successful Canadian Citizenship application – RS Immigration

RS Immigration Corporation has produced another successful Canadian citizenship application.
Congratulations to the young woman and her family on the success of their Canadian citizenship application.

We at RS Immigration are particularly excited about the success of this Canadian citizenship application because of its short time frame for approval. It was submitted in February, 2015 and the client received […]

Graphic – Canada citizenship application – June 2015 – Canada News Centre

Graphic – Canada citizenship application decision-making process

This graphic shows changes to Canada citizenship application decision-making process.

Canada’s previous decision-making model for citizenship applications was a three-step process: an application went from a citizenship officer to a citizenship judge and then went back to a citizenship officer. Under this model, we had a large backlog and more […]

Mexican Canada visa requirement a must | MALCOLM | Columnists | Opinion | Toronto Sun

Justin Trudeau recently announced that if elected prime minister he would allow travellers from Mexico to come to Canada visa free.
Sounds simple enough, doesn’t it? What Justin and his speechwriters may not realize, however, are the significant security implications this would have on our Canada Visa immigration system.

Mexico is in the midst of a […]

Mexican teen turns to YouTube in desperate bid for Canadian immigration

Their deportation, scheduled in December, was suspended after the federal court agreed to review the immigration department’s rejection of their latest humanitarian application.

Armando Lazcano Gonsenheim, 18, (in white tee), with father, Alejandro Lazcano Gutierrez, mother, Karen, and brother, Alejandro, right, use signs to express their desire to stay in Canada.

In April, the court dismissed the […]

Here are the new requirements for Canadian citizenship | rabble.ca

On June 11, new requirements were made mandatory for Canadian citizenship. In many cases it has become more difficult to obtain citizenship.

The new requirements for Canadian Citizenship have been in force since June 11, 2015.
One of the most important changes is the requirement that an individual must now be physically in Canada for 4 years […]

Maria Canella and her husband, Kurtis Lee Boulianne, were convinced nothing was missing from their spousal sponsorship application for her immigration to Canada.

exerts from the star.com, Nicholas Keung Immigration reporter, Published on Tue Jun 23 2015
http://www.thestar.com/news/immigration/2015/06/23/how-much-do-you-love-me-for-immigration-canada-532-pages-of-proof-isnt-enough.html
The Ottawa couple filed 532 pages of emails, photos, cards, love letters and FaceTime logs as part of their spousal sponsorship application.
Then immigration asked them – twice – for more evidence that their union is legitimate.
Maria Canella and her husband, Kurtis Lee […]

Tim Uppal defends bill to ban niqab at Canada citizenship application ceremonies

Canada’s Minister of Multiculturalism, Tim Uppal, is defending his decision to introduce a last-minute bill banning the niqab at Canada citizenship application ceremonies.
The government previously tried to enforce a ban on the niqab at Canada citizenship application ceremonies by regulation, only to be rebuffed by the Federal Court.
posted on CBC news on June 25, 2015: https://ca.news.yahoo.com/tim-uppal-defends-bill-ban-190057716.html
Edmonton […]

Citizenship: Immigrants, lawyers decry Bill C-24

Article by Gilbert Ngabo from the Metronews Newspaper June 24, 2015
http://metronews.ca/news/toronto/1406227/utterly-unfair-and-unfortunate-toronto-immigrants-lawyers-decry-bill-c-24/

The law, which passed last year but started being enforced just this month, requires that immigrants be in Canada as permanent residents for four years before applying for citizenship. That’s up from three.

The legislation also means time spent in the country on a work or […]