‘We’re shattered’: Separated family’s immigration application in jeopardy after cuts at embassy in Cuba

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‘Trenzado and Canadian Laura Silver got married last year. Over the course of their relationship, she and their eight-year-old would regularly fly from Alberta to Cuba to visit him, as they were unsuccessful in getting him a visitor’s visa to Canada. In the fall, they submitted an application for permanent residency under the spousal sponsorship… Read more »

Happy Mother’s Day!

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To all of the Super-Moms out there getting ready or working as RCICs, enjoy your special day! Happy

Here is the story of a family who were advised on immigration matters by an unauthorized person who was trying to sell them a property with the promise of immigration.

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Here is the story of a family who were advised on immigration matters by an unauthorized person who was trying to sell them a property with the promise of immigration. ‘They say a local man, Frank Eckhardt and his company F.E. Property Sales, facilitated the property purchase and promised easy immigration to Canada.’ ‘But he… Read more »

cracking down on unethical immigration consultants

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‘The federal government today revealed details of its plan to crack down on unethical immigration consultants — a plan that includes the creation of a professional college putting consultants on the same regulatory footing as doctors and lawyers.’ https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/ahmed-hussen-college-immigration-consultants-1.5124601

Would a merit-based plan work in the U.S.?

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‘Trump wants an immigration system ‘like they have in Canada.’ Would a merit-based plan work in the U.S.?’ https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/trump-immigration-system-canada-merit-based-points-1.5115475

The power of localized immigration!

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The power of localized immigration! ‘A report to Saint John Common Council on Monday suggests Saint John’s population is once again on the upswing and outlying communities are growing as well.’ ‘Recent data from Statistics Canada indicate 68,808 people call the port city home in 2018, an increase of more than 400 since 2017.’ ‘Monday’s… Read more »