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    Police clearances / children turning 18 during application

    Does anyone know, does IRCC request police clearance certificates for children (dependents) that turn 18 during the process? That is, when application was submitted, children were not 18 and no police clearance required; they then turn 18 during the process (before PPR). Will a PCC then be...
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    Covid-19 - Travel Restrictions

    There are several threads here asking about the travel restrictions and exemptions - so starting one thread to summarise with key points. This is what I know so far; if I'm mistaken anywhere here, please correct me. I hope this helps, but I am not saying this is definitive. Main point: detailed...
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    Tracker analysis: processing time to PPR

    I'm providing this for info for others as I looked at the tracker data for 2019. I was thinking of doing some more complicated data analysis but after looking at the data there, decided against it (described below why). I hope it's helpful. All I took for this was month of submission and number...
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    Study permit: existing visa / switch institutions

    Hello, I have a few questions on student permits/visas: My stepson has an existing visitor's visa (valid for several years) and has been accepted to a Canadian university program. 1) I understand he still needs to apply for the study permit and we'll do this in due course. Does the existing...
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    PR application and university / student visa

    I don't know whether to ask here or in the foreign student section, but I think this is more about PR application (spousal with kids). Note that I may be thinking of this far too early but don't know. The short form of my question is: how to handle visa requirements for a student with pending...
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    Child born abroad

    I suppose here I'm just confirming what I expect to be the case (from reading in various places). I've recently had a child born abroad and would, of course, like to get citizenship for the wee one. My situation: I was born abroad, but family was/is all Canadian (for well over a hundred...