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An easy way to enter Canada is through a sponsorship program if you have relatives willing to vouch for you. There are many types, with different requirements. Recently, the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada or CIC reopened the Parents and Grandparents Program or PGP, from October 13, 2020, to November 3, 2020. This scheme gives citizens or...

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Now that you’re inching closer to becoming a Canadian citizen, the final step involves celebrating the grand occasion and taking the Oath of Citizenship. You’ll likely recite the vows with other equally excited immigrants on the date, time, and location given to you by immigration professionals.  Keep in mind that the invitation is typically sent...

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Canada has always been known to be the home of some of the warmest, most welcoming people. In fact, it is a long-standing international joke that Canadians are too kind in some aspects. While it is true that Canadians are friendly, the government is also quite welcoming and understanding of the situations of people.  The...

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When couples go through the immigration process, they often ask their agent how long one should wait before they can sponsor their spouse. This is a valid and common question that maybe you are interested in knowing the answer to. Over the years, the answer to the question has changed alongside the people in charge...

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The Canadian federal government is now opening its borders to extended family members who may want to visit their loved ones for compassionate reasons. This policy helps immigrants’ families come together in a time of need, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The policy also relaxes previously firm quarantine measures, which disallowed entry for...

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The current pandemic continues to wear the world down, but the Canadian government recognizes the need to reunite families. Last October 8, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced the possibility of applying for travel restrictions. In other words, even extended family members can now cross borders into Canada, with some requirements: The person in...

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The Parents and Grandparents program is open for Canadian citizens from October 13 to November 3, and permanent residents can apply to the program to show interest in becoming a sponsor. After that, the CIC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada) will randomly pick and choose candidates to give them a chance to bring their parents...

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Canada is a vast country that warmly welcomes immigrants. It is the second-largest country in the world, giving immigrants ten provinces and three territories to choose from. People who wish to get permanent residency in this country often think that finding the “easiest” province is the best way to immigrate to Canada. The reality is...

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When immigrating to Canada, the prospect of going on a new journey will sometimes trump the grief of leaving home. With so much paperwork to file and bags to pack, it can be easy to overlook checklist items you should be keeping track of at all times. Before getting lost in the motions of moving,...

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