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forward from : http://canadavisa.com/These Frequently Asked Questions address many of the issues pertinent to applicants for Canadian permanent resident status. Terms like 'generally' and 'typically' are sometimes used to describe situations that apply in most cases. Exceptions do occur, and should be addressed on a case by case basis. This FAQ is intended to provide general information only, and is not meant to be a substitute for formal legal advice. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Index of Topics and Questions 1. General 1.1 What is a Canadian Immigrant Visa? 1.2 How is an Employment Authorization different from a Canadian Immigrant Visa? 1.3 Can I apply for a permanent resident status and temporary status at the same time? 1.4 Is my legal status in the country from which I am applying relevant? 1.5 I have heard that Canadian Immigration Regulations will be changing. When will that be? How will I be affected? 1.6 Is there a benefit to using an attorney for immigration to Canada? 2. Eligibility and Qualifications 2.1 Who qualifies for a Canadian Immigrant Visa? 2.2 Who can I include in my application for an Immigrant Visa? 2.3 Are there any special procedures for Canada's different provinces? 2.4 Is it harder to qualify for immigration in provinces with distinct criteria? 3. Government Fees 3.1 Does the Canadian government charge a fee for submitting a permanent resident application? 3.2 When do I pay government fees? 3.3 In what currency must I pay these government fees? 3.4 What is the Right of Landing fee? 3.5 If I am already in Canada, do I still have to pay the Right of Landing fee? 3.6 Are there any other fees or costs? 4. The Application Process 4.1 Where do I submit my application for a Canadian Immigrant Visa? 4.2 Can I apply to a Canadian visa office which is not responsible for the area in which I reside? 4.3 What documents should be submitted in support of my application for permanent residence? 4.4 When must I submit the supporting documentation? 4.5 In what language must my supporting documentation be submitted? 4.6 Can I transfer the application to a different visa office after it has been submitted? 4.7 How long does the immigration process take? 4.8 What is a lock-in date? 5. Selection Interviews and Interview Waivers 5.1 Will I be interviewed by an Immigration Officer? 5.2 What is a security interview? 5.3 When is the selection interview held? 5.4 Is there anything I can do to obtain an interview waiver? 6. Medical Examinations 6.1 Will I have to take a medical examination? 6.2 Will my application be rejected if I have a certain disease or disorder? 6.3 If I am pregnant, will I still have to undergo the medical examination? 6.4 Can my dependents undergo the medical examination in another country? 6.5 Will my non-accompanying dependents be required to complete medical examinations? 6.6 Recently I completed medical examinations for my visitor visa/student authorization/employment authorization. Must I complete additional medical exams for my permanent resident application? 7. Security Clearance 7.1 What is a police clearance? 7.2 When must I submit the clearance? 7.3 Can I omit a police clearance from one or more countries? 7.4 What is a Background Clearance? 8. Skilled Worker Applications 8.1 What supporting documents must I submit? 8.2 Am I required to have a certain amount of assets? 8.3 Will my application benefit if I have a close relative in Canada? 8.4 Is work experience a requirement? 8.5 Must the experience have been accumulated on a full-time basis? Must it have been accumulated consecutively? 8.6 How is experience in a previous or current occupation evaluated when that occupation differs from the applicant's intended occupation in Canada? 8.7 Is credit given for experience gained during post-secondary studies? 8.8 Must I have a Canadian offer of employment to qualify as a Skilled Worker? 8.9 Can I apply if I do not yet have the required minimum work experience? 9. Business Class Applications 10. Family Class Applications (Sponsorship)11. Landing as a Permanent Resident 11.1 Do I become a permanent resident of Canada as soon as my landing documents are issued? 11.2 How long can I wait to come to Canada after my Immigrant Visa is issued? 11.3 Can I have the expiration date of my Canadian Immigrant Visa extended? 11.4 Must I land at or near the location I indicated as my intended destination on my application form? 11.5 What should I arrive with when I land in Canada? 11.6 When must my accompanying dependents land? 12. After Landing 12.1 Must I stay in Canada following landing? 12.2 When can Canadian Citizenship be obtained? 12.3 Does Permanent Residence status in Canada permit me to enter/work in the USA? 12.4 What is the job-market like in Canada? 13. Obtaining Citizenship 13.1 Once I obtain Canadian Permanent Resident status, when do I become eligible to apply for Canadian Citizenship? 13.2 Do I have to apply for Canadian Citizenship as soon as I am eligible? 13.3 What are some of the advantages of obtaining Canadian Citizenship? 13.4 Will time spent in Canada prior to becoming a permanent resident be counted towards my Citizenship application? 13.5 Will time spent absent from Canada be counted towards my Citizenship application? 13.6 Will Canadian Citizenship affect my eligibility to work in the USA, Mexico or Chile? 13.7 As a Canadian citizen, am I required to obtain a Returning Resident Permit for absences from Canada?13.8 Can I have dual Citizenship? 13.8 As a Canadian citizen, must I pay Canadian income tax on my worldwide income?

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1.1 What is a Canadian Immigrant Visa? An Immigrant Visa is a document which allows a person to live and work anywhere in Canada, and confers upon that person permanent resident status. It comes with certain responsibilities and can be revoked if the holder is out of the country for too long, or is guilty of some criminal activity. A person who is a Canadian permanent resident may apply for Canadian Citizenship after 3 years. 1.2 How is an Employment Authorization different from an Immigrant Visa?An Employment Authorization permits an eligible visitor to reside and work in Canada for a limited period of time, and restrictions are usually placed on the type of employment which can be pursued. It will not, by itself, lead to Canadian permanent resident status. By contrast, a Canadian Immigrant Visa entitles its holder to live and work anywhere in Canada, enjoy many of the privileges of Canadian Citizenship, apply for Canadian Citizenship after 3 years and sponsor family members for Canadian permanent resident status. 1.3 Can I apply for permanent resident status and temporary status at the same time?You can apply for permanent resident status and temporary status at the same time (dual intent). Doing so will not harm your application for permanent resident status. However, your application for temporary status may be affected because an impression will have been created that you do not intend to leave Canada upon the expiration of your temporary status. Therefore it is better to apply for temporary status before you apply for your permanent resident status.1.4 Is my legal status in the country from which I am applying relevant? Canadian policy has been to ignore an applicant's foreign immigration status. However, there have been some refusals on the grounds of criminal inadmissibility where the applicant admitted to having knowingly violated the immigration laws of a foreign jurisdiction. 1.5 I have heard that Canadian Immigration Regulations have changed. How will I be affected? Immigration laws, regulations, and policies are constantly subject to change. The effect of these changes will vary considerably from one applicant to another, depending on the particular circumstances. While one candidate may benefit from these changes, another may suffer a loss of points, or even automatic inadmissibility. 1.6 Is there a benefit to using an attorney for immigration to Canada? Statistically, your chances of succeeding are increased if you are represented by a qualified attorney. But expert representation is not demanded by the Canadian immigration authorities.

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2.1 Who qualifies for an Immigrant Visa? Immigrant Visas are given to qualified skilled workers, business persons and to close family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. 2.2 Who can I include in my application for an Immigrant Visa?Your spouse and any dependent children may be included in the application. Children must be under the age of 19 years. If they are 19 and older, they must not have had an interruption of more than 12 months in their schooling. Your accompanying dependents will be subject to medical and security clearance requirements. Other family members, such as your parents, generally cannot be included in the application but you may be able to sponsor them as part of the family class after you land in Canada. Common-law spouses and same-sex partners are not considered spouses for immigration purposes. They will be assessed independently. Where the common-law spouse or same-sex partner does not qualify as an independent immigrant, an Immigrant Visa may still be issued on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. 2.3 Are there any special procedures for different provinces in Canada?Certain provinces have been given the authority to select or nominate candidates for immigration destined to their respective provinces.Quebec has exclusive authority to select candidates who intend to reside in that province. These applicants are subject to Quebec's selection criteria, in addition to Federal medical and security clearance requirements. They must also pay an additional fee for processing by a Quebec Delegation. Applicants who qualify under the Federal selection requirements may not necessarily satisfy Quebec's selection requirements, and vice versa.To a lesser degree certain provinces presently each have the authority to nominate immigration candidates for selection by Federal immigration authorities. Even without such nomination you may reside in those provinces by meeting Federal selection criteria. 2.4 Is it harder to qualify for immigration in provinces with distinct criteria?The purpose of distinct selection and nomination systems is to satisfy the specific immigration requirements of the particular regions of Canada. With that in mind, if the province is looking for an immigrant with certain skills and you have those skills, it might be easier for you to immigrate to that province. Otherwise, these provisions may be neutral or detrimental to your eligibility.

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3.1 Does the Canadian government charge a fee for submitting a permanent resident application? Fees are payable to the Canadian government as follows:Category of applicant Currency(CAD$) Skilled Worker/Family Class Principal applicant 550 Entrepreneur, Self-Employed and Investor Principal applicant 1050 Each accompanying dependent 19 and over, Accompanying Spouse 550 Each accompanying dependent under 19 years old 150 * Right of Landing Fee 9753.2 When do I pay government fees?All government processing fees must be submitted concurrently with the submission of the application for permanent residence. By contrast, the Right of Landing fee may be submitted at any time prior to the issuance of landing documents and is refundable if, for any reason, the applicant does not land in Canada. 3.3. In what currency must I pay these government fees?Canadian visa offices will accept the payment of fees in Canadian dollars or in the equivalent local currency. It is recommended to pay fees in Canadian dollars, if it is feasible, because of currency fluctuations. Canadian visa offices set and change exchange rates from time to time and if you have not submitted the exact foreign currency your application will be returned to you causing a delay. At the very least you should consult with an expert in these matters, or seek instructions from the particular Canadian visa office as to the specific amount payable, the name of the payee and the bank upon which the payment may be drawn. 3.4 What is the Right of Landing Fee?All adults immigrating to Canada must pay this fee and can do so any time before landing documents are issued. The Right of Landing fee is fully refundable if for any reason the applicant or accompanying dependents do not land in Canada as permanent residents. 3.5 If I am already in Canada, do I still have to pay the Right of Landing Fee?Yes, all adult immigrants must pay the Right of Landing Fee. 3.6 Are there any other fees or costs?The application process may include other costs such as those related to medical examinations and police clearances; translating documents into French or English; and business and real estate valuations in certain cases.

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4.1 Where do I submit my application for a Canadian Immigrant Visa? You submit your application for a Canadian Immigrant Visa to a Canadian visa office. Every geographic region in the world has a Canadian visa office to which your application forms and supporting documents, along with all applicable fees, can be submitted. Each visa office specializes in the examination of documents from its region.Even if there is no Canadian visa office located in your country of residence, nonetheless your area is the responsibility of a particular Canadian visa office. For example, the Canadian visa office in London, England, is not only responsible for applications from the United Kingdom, but is also responsible for applications from other countries such as Finland and Saudi Arabia.Applicants under the Business Immigration Program must submit their applications to one of nine designated Visa Offices, which specialize in the evaluation of these files. If your destination is the Province of Quebec, you must submit an application for a Canadian Immigrant Visa and an application for a Quebec Certificate of Selection to a Quebec Delegation in your region. This procedure is required because Quebec has exclusive jurisdiction to select immigrants who intend to reside in that Province.4.2 Can I apply to a Canadian visa office which is not responsible for the area in which I reside?As of May 1 2003, applicants are required to submit applications to the visa office responsible for the jurisdiction of their permanent residence, or the region to which they had been legally admitted for a period of at least 1 year. 4.3 What documents should be submitted in support of my application for permanent residence?Supporting documents usually include evidence of employment, education, assets, civil status, and an absence of criminal convictions. Each visa office has specific requirements regarding the submission of supporting documentation. It is advisable to seek expert guidance or instructions from your visa office regarding the submission of supporting documentation. 4.4 When must I submit the supporting documentation?Each visa office has specific timing requirements, but usually, supporting documents are submitted at the same time as your completed application forms and processing fees. Some Visa Offices insist that the entire file be submitted at once, and may even return incomplete files without acknowledging receipt. 4.5 In what language must my supporting documentation be submitted?All supporting documentation in a language other than English or French must be accompanied by an English or French translation, as translated by a certified translator. 4.6 Can I transfer my application to a different visa office after it has been submitted? Immigration officials are required to transfer applications only in those cases in which doing so would enhance Program integrity. Visa offices can refuse to transfer a case otherwise. 4.7 How long does the immigration process take? The average processing time of all world-wide visa offices is approximately 12-18 months for applications where a selection interview is required. Depending on the circumstances of the case, and the office at which the application is submitted, processing time may be as short as 6 months or as long as 42 months. 4.8 What is a lock in date? A lock-in date is the date on which a visa office receives a completed application form, with full payment of the processing fees. The Canadian Courts have deemed the lock-in date to be the date on which factors such as age must be assessed. Thus, no points will be lost if the applicant's age changes during the processing of the application.

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5.1 Will I be interviewed by an immigration officer? Skilled Worker applicants for permanent resident status may be required to attend a selection interview with an immigration officer. Such interviews are held to ensure the information in the application is accurate, to verify documentation, to test language ability, and to help applicants relocate to Canada.Visa offices may grant certain Skilled Worker and Family Class candidates an interview waiver, depending on the qualifications of the applicant, the quality of the supporting documentation, and the overall credibility of the applicant. The likelihood of an interview waiver varies from one visa office to another. Almost all applicants under the Business Immigration Program will be required to attend a selection interview. 5.2 What is a security interview?In a small percentage of applications, an interview is held to evaluate security issues such as espionage, subversion or terrorism. These interviews are usually held after a selection interview, and may also be held in cases where a selection interview is waived. 5.3 When is the selection interview held?Depending on how many applications are before yours at the visa office and which visa office has your file, it might take as little as four months to get an interview, or it might take as long as 30 months. Usually, though, the selection interview takes place about two-thirds of the way into the application process. 5.4 Is there anything I can do to obtain an interview waiver?Applications which are complete in every detail increase the chances of an interview waiver. However, interview waivers are granted at the discretion of the immigration officials. It is not possible to apply specifically for a waiver. Even if an interview is waived, you may still be called to an interview, generally for quality assurance purposes.

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6.1 Will I have to take a medical exam? All prospective immigrants to Canada are required to undergo medical examinations. These examinations are intended to detect any conditions which may affect the health of the Canadian public, or which may result in excessive demands being placed upon the Canadian health care system.The medical examination includes a standard physical examination, blood tests, urine tests, and X-Rays. 6.2 Will my application be rejected if I have a certain disease or disorder?Each medical case is analyzed individually, taking into account your full medical history. If the disease or disorder poses health risks to Canadians or places excessive demands on the Canadian health care system, it may result in medical inadmissibility . 6.3 If I am pregnant, will I still have to undergo the medical examination?For the safety of the fetus, X-rays are not taken of pregnant applicants until after delivery of the baby. After the birth, the mother and infant will undergo medical examinations. 6.4 Can my dependents undergo the medical examination in another country?The examination is given around the world by designated medical practitioners. Regardless of the visa office to which the application was submitted, the services of any such practitioner may be used. 6.5 Will my non-accompanying dependents be required to complete medical examinations?Non-accompanying dependents are required to undergo medical examinations, as are accompanying dependents. If a non-accompanying dependent is unwilling to undergo a medical examination, it may be possible to have the individual exempted. However, such non-accompanying dependents will not be eligible for subsequent sponsorship as members of the Family Class. 6.6 Recently I completed medical examinations for my Canadian visitor visa/student authorization/employment authorization. Must I complete additional medical exams for my permanent resident application?If medical examinations were taken less than one year before you applied for permanent residence and you were positively assessed as M1 or M2, additional medical examinations may not be required.

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7.1 What is a police clearance? All adult applicants for immigration to Canada must submit a police clearance, a document which certifies that you have no criminal record. A clearance must come from each country you have lived in for 6 months or more since the age of 18 years. If police in a particular country refuse to issue a clearance, it would be helpful if they provided a written statement confirming that they refused to issue the clearance. 7.2 When must I submit the police clearance?Some Visa Offices may require that these documents be submitted at the same time as the application forms, applicable fees, and supporting documents. Other Visa Offices may allow these documents to be submitted later on in the process. For accurate information, you should seek expert advice or get instructions from the Visa Office where you will submit your application. 7.3 Can I omit a police clearance from one or more countries?If a police clearance is not forthcoming from a particular country, a written statement from the police officials of the country confirming their refusal to issue the clearance may be required. An immigration official may even waive this requirement altogether if a clear obstacle can be demonstrated. Applicants should assume that clearances must be obtained. 7.4 What is a background clearance?A background clearance detects applicants who "are, or have been, involved in espionage, subversion, or terrorism." It is separate from and in addition to a police clearance. The background clearance is conducted by the Canadian government without the participation of the applicant.

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8.1 What supporting documents must I submit? Supporting documentation generally encompasses evidence of employment, education, assets, civil status, and an absence of criminal convictions.Each visa office has its own specific requirements for supporting documentation. It is advisable to seek expert guidance or get instructions from the particular visa office which will process your application. 8.2 Am I required to have a certain amount of assets?Skilled Worker applicants will generally be required to prove that they have settlement funds sufficient for themselves and any accompanying dependents. They are expected to be able to support the landed family (the principal applicant and all accompanying dependents) until employment is obtained. 8.3 Will my application benefit if I have a close relative in Canada?Skilled Worker applicants will be awarded bonus points if the close relative is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and over the age of 19 years. The applicant is then referred to as an "assisted relative". To qualify as a close relative, the Canadian citizen or permanent resident must be the applicant's uncle, aunt, brother, sister, parent, nephew or niece. 8.4 Is work experience a requirement?Work experience is a critical requirement for a Skilled Worker immigrant. Applicants must be able to demonstrate at least one year's work experience in an occupation appearing on the General Occupations List. Applicants destined to the Province of Quebec need only demonstrate several months of relevant work experience. Applicants with arranged employment in Canada are exempt from the work experience requirement. 8.5 Must the experience have been accumulated on a full-time basis? Must it have been accumulated continuously?Part-time work experience is acceptable. It is assessed in proportion to a standard full-time working week. For example, a two-year part-time position requiring approximately 20 hours of work each week, will be counted as one year of full-time experience.Non-consecutive work experience in positions involving the same duties may also be counted, if the total work experience meets the minimum experience requirements. 8.6 How is experience in a previous or current occupation evaluated when that occupation differs from the applicant's education? Under the present selection criteria, such experience is fully counted towards the assessment of the applicant's work experience. 8.7 Is credit given for experience gained during post-secondary studies?Yes, as long as the experience gained at that time is consistent with the definition of an occupation appearing on the General Occupations List, it can be counted in the assessment of work experience. 8.8 Must I have a Canadian offer of employment to qualify as a Skilled Worker?You are not required to obtain an offer of an employment to qualify as a Skilled Worker. 8.9 Can I apply if I do not yet have the required minimum work experience?Applicants without one year of work experience in an "open" occupation (6 months for applicants destined to Quebec or Manitoba) are required to demonstrate arranged employment.

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11.1 Do I become a permanent resident of Canada as soon as my landing documents are issued?No. You will only become a permanent resident when you cross a Canadian port-of-entry with your valid passport and your valid Canadian Immigrant Visa. 11.2 How long can I wait to come to Canada after my Immigrant Visa is issued? You must arrive in Canada before the expiry date which appears on your Immigrant Visa. Usually, it is one year from the time medical examinations were completed. As this is not always the case, be sure to verify the expiry date as soon as you receive your Immigrant Visa. 11.3 Can the expiry date on my Canadian Immigrant Visa be extended?As a general rule, the expiry date on your Canadian Immigrant Visa will not be extended. Failure to land in Canada before the expiry date may result in the necessity of re-application. 11.4 Must I land at or near the location I indicated as my intended destination on my application form?Generally, the holder of a Canadian Immigrant Visa may land at any port of entry in Canada without difficulty.This is not the case, however, in the Province of Quebec, due to its exclusive right to select immigrants. If, in your application for permanent residence, you declared an intended destination in Canada outside Quebec, then landing in Quebec may be problematic. Likewise, you may be asked to land in Quebec if your intended destination in Canada had been indicated as Quebec. 11.5 What should I arrive with when I land in Canada?You must have your valid passport and your valid Canadian Immigrant Visa. It will be helpful to have an inventory of all belongings that you intend to bring in after landing. It's also a good idea to have evidence of your settlement funds. 11.6 When must my accompanying dependents land?Accompanying dependents cannot land before the principal applicant has landed. The accompanying dependents should land with the principal applicant or after the principal applicant, but in either case prior to the expiry date indicated on their Canadian Immigrant Visas.

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12.1 Must I stay in Canada following landing? Permanent residents are not obliged to remain in Canada, and are in no way restricted from departure at any time. However, the longer a permanent resident is absent from Canada after landing, the greater the risk that permanent resident status may be jeopardized. If you know in advance that you will be absent from Canada for more than 183 days in any 12 month period, you may want to apply for a Returning Resident Permit. 12.2 When can Canadian Citizenship be obtained? Canadian Citizenship can generally be obtained after three years of permanent residence in Canada. 12.3 Does Permanent Residence status in Canada permit me to enter/work in the USA?Permanent resident status in Canada does not affect US immigration requirements for eligibility to legal employment. The North American Free Trade Agreement, which applies to citizens of Canada, does facilitate US employment in certain cases. 12.4 What is the job-market like in Canada?The Canadian labour market has been quite strong in the past few years. A monthly summary of economic progress is published in the Canada Immigration Newsletter.

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13.1 Once I obtain Canadian Permanent Resident status, how soon do I become eligible to apply for Canadian Citizenship? You are allowed to apply for Canadian Citizenship after you have been physically resident in Canada for three years (1095 days) out of the four years immediately preceding your application. Where exceptional circumstances exist, however, you may be allowed to apply even if you have not been physically resident in Canada for the required 1095 days. 13.2 Do I have to apply for Canadian Citizenship as soon as I am eligible? No. There is no obligation to apply for Canadian Citizenship at any time. 13.3 What are some of the advantages of obtaining Canadian Citizenship?Unlike permanent residents, Canadian citizens are allowed to be absent from Canada for extended periods of time without any risk of losing their status. Except in rare cases, Canadian citizens cannot be deported from Canada.Canadian citizens also receive Canadian passports and are entitled to vote in federal elections. 13.4 Will time spent in Canada prior to becoming a permanent resident be counted towards my Citizenship application?Time spent legally in Canada prior to becoming a permanent resident may be counted towards the calculation of the 1095 days required to qualify for Canadian Citizenship. Within the four years prior to applying for Canadian Citizenship, each day spent in Canada as a non-permanent resident (i.e. as a visitor) is counted as half a day, up to a maximum total credit of one year. Each day spent in Canada as a permanent resident is counted as one whole day. 13.5 Will time spent absent from Canada be counted towards my Citizenship application?Unless there are exceptional circumstances, time spent outside of Canada (other than for short vacations) will not be counted towards the calculation of the 1095 days required to qualify for Canadian Citizenship. 13.6 Will Canadian Citizenship make me eligible to work in the USA, Mexico, or Chile?Under the provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement, qualified Canadian citizens can benefit from facilitated admission into the USA, Mexico and Chile for business and work-related purposes. 13.7 As a Canadian citizen, am I required to obtain a Returning Resident Permit for absences from Canada?No. Citizens of Canada are not required to obtain Returning Resident Permits for any absence from Canada. Canadian Citizenship cannot be lost as a result of a long or permanent absence from Canada. 13.8 Can I have dual Citizenship?Since 1977, Canada has permitted its citizens to hold dual or multi Citizenship. As a result, Canadian citizens will not lose their Canadian Citizenship if they retain their former nationality or become citizens of another country. If you intend to become a Canadian citizen, you are advised to verify whether the country of your current nationality permits dual citizenship. 13.9 As a Canadian citizen, must I pay Canadian income tax on my worldwide income?Not in all cases. As a general rule you are only required to pay Canadian income tax on worldwide income if you reside in Canada. It is always best to consult with a specialist in Canadian taxation for specific advice regarding any and all Canadian taxation matters.

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Wah,Sah!All in English,I coudn't stand to read it.When all the people in the earth must learn Mandarin?

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june28, thanks a lot. i am terrible sorry i have missed a long time to promote English forum.i have noticed that a few people showed great interesting as a active player. It's good news for all of us.Keep going on! Guys, i am back up you and i am here.

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TO:小熊笨笨Your icon is lovely and active. I used to be an English teacher.I 'd like to support this English corner and also it's my pleasure to practise English with the people here.

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why not start a new topic as "helping each other in english learning". people can ask quesitons. other people can answer them. (smile).

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加拿大留学移民-加拿大

请教境内配偶担保问题

华人网请问现在递交境内配偶担保是完全网申不用邮寄吗? 在小红书上看到今年5,6月的还是邮寄 评论 可以的 . 评论 境内担保的材料, 一般比较多。 评论 现在可以网上申请了,但也可以继 ...

加拿大留学移民-加拿大

递交两个EE可行吗?

华人网第一个申请等的太久了,估计是分到一个傻逼移民官手里了。能不能递交一个同样的申请,期待分到一个正常一点的office或者移民官手里呢? 评论 完全相同类别的,不建议重复递交,其 ...

加拿大留学移民-加拿大

求助大神们,调档问题

华人网大神,调档回复邮件显示部分信息被遮盖,因为16 2 (c)的原因 目前状态是这个,请问这样就是要被暗调了吗?本人及配偶均没有it背景,主审之前就职国有企业,等待更高级的officer处 ...

加拿大留学移民-加拿大

关于 Restoration of status

华人网上传表格imm5708时 一直说我填写的过期时间不符 怎么改都不对 怎么办啊 政府给我发了封信说我的temporary resident status 在2021年十一月十三号过期 但是5708表格不能写小于当前日期的时间 ...

加拿大留学移民-加拿大

入籍Citizenship timeline

华人网求问下大伙,这我的情况: - 去年12月10日,邮寄的application 材料 - 今年(2021)三月收到的confirmation letter 4月之后没有任何update,一般入籍申请提交之后,多久可以拿到入籍。谢谢大家 ...