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Citizenship Language Exam – OMNI Mandarin News

Our founder, Tom Yuan, offers his opinion on the language component of the Citizenship test. Click here to watch the news interview.

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Following the reopening of CIC’s Parents and Grandparent (PGP) sponsorship program on January 2nd, 2014, our founder, Tom Yuan, offers his opinion and tips on the new application forms. On December 31, 2013, CIC released three new forms: Document Checklist — Sponsor  [IMM 5771 ] (PDF, 201 KB) Financial Evaluation for Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship [IMM5768] (PDF, 1.1 MB) […]

Welcome, Michael Coteau, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration

We want to send our congratulations and best wishes to the Honourable Michael Coteau, Ontario’s new Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. Minister Coteau took his oath of office this afternoon at Queen’s Park in Toronto and is one of ten newcomers in Premier Kathleen Wynne’s newly appointed 27-member cabinet. We wish Minister Coteau all the […]

Canada: The multi-lingual country

Each year, hundreds and thousands of immigrants settle in Canada – effectively shaping and increasing the cultural and ethnic diversity in the country. However, as recent data suggest, immigration is also influencing the linguistic trends across the nation. Statistics Canada’s latest release of data from the 2011 Census revealed that 20 per cent of the […]

Proposed Bill promises to protect Canada from foreign convicts fuels controversy among lawyers

Citizenship and Immigration Minister, Jason Kenney, has been working around the clock to prevent criminals from tainting the Canadian immigration system.  Last year, the enactment of Bill C-35, An Act to Amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, provided immigration officials with the tools needed to crack down on criminal immigration representatives.  This year, the […]

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