Yes, it's called judicial review . You have to get a lawyer in Canada involved, and it costs $$$$
You can't renew your visa in the United States ? Btw with the current border situation, I highly doubt they'd let enter anyway. It wouldn't be considered essential
I don’t believe CERB is welfare /social assistance. It’s for individuals who’ve lost their employment due to Covid . However it’s based upon income earned in the last 12 months, or 2019
Minimum needed is $5k
If you don’t qualify for either , then you’d need to approach your sponsor and have a talk
Based upon the information you gave. I pulled up the EI information for a postal code in Kitchener On. You require 700 hours
I’d still apply , let the system either auto approve or not
How much money have you made in the last year? Going back 12 months from now, or calendar year 2019 ...
The system has to verify who you are from a previous tax filing.
If you apply thru the automated phone system it’ll require a postal code to match up with the address on file one used when they filed a return , otherwise how would it know where to send a cheque or what bank account to deposit...
You can apply on your own, however one thing to mention is that you’re not migrating to Canada , you’re studying and then returning home . If you apply mentioning you will be staying , very good chance your application will be refused .
There’s many on the market . Turbo tax, Simple Tax. And some are free based upon income, complexity
Most will let you tailor your return to your situation
My return is very complicated, and I’ve had no problems doing mine on my own
Some community centres have volunteers that help new filers...
Yes, you can do your taxes yourself . It’s pretty straightforward especially if you don’t have multiple slips . Usually the system auto fills it in , if you qualify
Foreign income can be included in the $5k benchmark
No for CERB. If you read the eligibility on the government's website you'll see that you cannot be working . Apply for EI. On your ROE it'll say how many insurable you have worked . I believe the hours required for EI range from 412-700 depending where you live in the country.They have a...
Canada & USA have a program for individuals that worked in USA living in Canada. The reason there's not much information is because it would be an American EI program youd apply too. You'd have to contact the Americans to get information, Canada would not be involved