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Important information for recognized refugees, protected persons, and permanent residents of Canada

Important information for recognized refugees, protected persons, and permanent residents of Canada By Me Mitchell Goldberg October 2018 The information provided is not intended to be legal advice. Please book a consultation if you want legal advice that applies to your situation. If you are a recognized refugee or protected person, please note the following conditions and/or restrictions: • You may not travel to your country of origin until you become a citizen of Canada. • Do not apply for a passport from your country of origin, unless Citizenship and Immigration Canada obliges you to do so. In that case, make sure that you obtain a written request and retain this for future reference. • If you have a current…
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Immigration of skilled workers: an introduction

Immigration of skilled workers: an introduction By Me David Berger March 27, 2018 The information in this article is current as of the posting date. Please note that policies and procedures frequently change. The information provided in this article is not intended to be legal advice. Please book a consultation if you want legal advice that applies to your situation. In general terms, there are two ways for skilled workers to immigrate to Quebec and Canada.One is to apply at the outset for permanent residence; the other is to enter Canada as a temporary resident, such as a student or temporary foreign worker, and after graduation or one or two years of work, apply for a Quebec Certificate of Selection…
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