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New Language Requirements for Citizenship Applicants

Canada is changing the way citizenship applicants prove their ability in English or French, which are the country’s two official languages. Beginning November 1, 2012, they will need to submit proof of their language skills at the time of their citizenship application. Until now, applicants between the ages of 18-54 (check here for those below 18 and above 54) had to prove their language … [Read more...]

Migration Window to Canada to Reopen in June

SOURCE: EMIRATES 24/7   Every year around 250,000 people migrate to Canada. The UAE seems to be a popular place of departure to the Far West [and Far North] for the expatriate population in this country. For many, life here is a stopover, and Canada has turned out time and again the number one final destination. However, the window of opportunity may be closing fast for hopefuls as … [Read more...]

Canada To Require Tests In English Or French For Skilled Immigration Class

The Canadian government will be requiring that all applicants applying to immigrate to Canada under the skilled immigrant category should prove their fluency in either English or French, Canada’s two official languages, through a test. Canada’s federal Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration today announced that as of April 10, 2010, applicants whose first language is neither English nor French … [Read more...]

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