Immigration

After you become a permanent resident of Canada, it is important to know how to retain this permanent status until you can apply for citizenship. The three main reasons why a person may lose his or her permanent resident status is by being convicted of criminal offences(s), by not living in Canada long enough after […]

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Under the current immigration law, not everyone has the right to appeal an immigration decision.  In addition, not every decision made by Canadian immigration authorities can be appealed.  Generally, only permanent residents of Canada have the right to appeal an immigration decision and only in certain situations, such as the refusal of sponsorship applications , […]

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Canada’s immigration legislation includes different categories such as family class, skilled worker and investor under which prospective immigrants can apply for Canadian permanent resident status. Under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), examples of individuals who can be sponsored under the family class, include a spouse, common-law or conjugal partner, parents, grandparents and dependent […]

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