Separate names with a comma.
That sucks. Are they going to waive international tuition?
Is your step-son here as a visitor? Have you tried enrolling him in school? Many schools make exceptions for children here as visitors with PR...
Your husband's status/paying taxes/PR card/blah blah is irrelevant. There is nothing hardhearted about it. They certainly do make exceptions based...
It is stated in the guide and checklist that a person in Canada can apply outland.
The native language of the named person. She doesn't have to translate your name in her own language.
Yes, the sense of entitlement from some can be a bit much.
Nowhere has it actually been stated that the parents were visitors, so you should dial it down a bit. They could have been living here as workers...
If they meet the requirements for health coverage, they can use it.
Eligibility varies from province to province, hence why I said "tends to". Your best option is to just contact OHIP.
You don't need to wait for the 5 year mark. You need to have enough time left in the 5 years to be able to meet the RO.
Don't expect a price...
This is Canada. Don't assume everyone is a sir. I'm not.
Most people do the app themselves. How are you going to be able to support yourselves in Canada?
You don't need to declare your step-mother' IRCC only asks for information on your actual parents. However, you do need to declare your...
If you have to ask, it's fake.
No one can give you chances.
IRCC doesn't care.
They are just asking for the city, so just put X.
Send a Webform and ask for reconsideration.
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