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  1. rizmayo

    Wht papers I need for applying citizenship?

    Why do you even come to a forum created for people to ask other people questions, if you are critical of the questions asked? There is not a single piece of information on this forum provided by any member that could not be found if someone spends time to search for it on google.
  2. rizmayo

    Looking for a place in Moncton, NB

    Generally it is cheaper to buy in New Brunswick vs renting. However as you are landing for the first time, I would advice you not to buy immediately, rather see if you are able to make it your permanent home first, because it is really difficult to sell when you need to.
  3. rizmayo

    Looking for a place in Moncton, NB

    This is the most well known property management group in Moncton: https://killamreit.com/apartments?region=Moncton If your kids speak french, then Dieppe might be a better area for you to focus on, if not avoid it.
  4. rizmayo

    Looking for a place in Moncton, NB

    I would suggest you stay in the old west end, schooling really matters and Hillcrest School is the best. http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/schools/hillcrest/Pages/default.aspx
  5. rizmayo

    Pros and Cons of buying a Condo Town House

    Pros: Cheaper to buy, in most cases professionally maintained, shared amenities in better condition. Cons: Will not appreciate in price as much as freehold townhouse when you want to sell, Condo fee on top of your mortgage, Condo rules may not fit your needs (e.g. some have a no pets policy)
  6. rizmayo

    Anyone doing/done mortgage with Ijara Canada (Ijara loans)

    Try http://iffco.ca/IFFCO/Home.html ... I have not used them, but a friend of mine with extensive research on the subject was of the opinion they were more compliant then the rest. Please talk to Dr. Iqbal Masood (contact on the website) and please satisfy yourself before making a decision
  7. rizmayo

    Will C-6 (positively) affect applications already being processed?

    As NewUser2018 suggested, it might not be a bad idea to withdraw your application and reapply immediately. The worst case scenario anyway is for you to re-file your application, as this is only a honest mistake
  8. rizmayo

    Passport copy vs Biographical pages

    You will definitely need a new passport to send with your application. The form does give the option to explain why you cannot provide previous passports. However, even though I have no personal experience with this, I have heard stories of how lost passports create complications in the...
  9. rizmayo

    Passport copy vs Biographical pages

    Yes. They need it to verify with CBSA that you did not leave the country other than the times you have mentioned on your application.
  10. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    The new law of 3 year out of 5 and Pre-PR credit has not been implemented yet. It will come into effect sometime in Fall (Sept - Oct) 2017. The actual IRCC calculator will be updated after that. What you are using above is only a demo by the lawyers that own this website, so don't worry about...
  11. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    I am sorry if I have offended you. I was only trying to say that I was sharing actual experiences of friends that became citizens, and I am not making guesses. They (there were more than one friend who did this) submitted 1 year diplomas from Canadian Career College as proof of Language and it...
  12. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    I swear to god I am not trolling you, but I am having difficulty understanding your friend's story that you are trying to share. Can you please break it into steps so it is easier to follow.
  13. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    I think your diploma should be fine. But it is better to call the IRCC helpline and confirm with them before filing. Try to call them first thing in the morning, otherwise the waiting time can get long.
  14. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    Yes only the 5 years prior to application will be counted. You can apply for the minor kids with your application, but your wife has to complete her time independently.
  15. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    Where did you study before. I am assuming since you are applying for citizenship, you would have lived in Canada for at least 3 years
  16. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=573&top=5 Please see link above. High School is acceptable
  17. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    The certificate is not the problem and will be acceptable as your schooling is in Canada. You need to have studied in this high-school for at least 3 years.
  18. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    Photocopy.
  19. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    I know people who have submitted 1 year diplomas from Canadian Career colleges and they have been accepted. However I am not sure what you mean by a 12 month certificate? If you mean you have not completed the course, then they will not accept it.
  20. rizmayo

    Bill C-6: Senate stage

    Thanks that is what I ended up doing in the end.