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Posted On: 2/16/2003
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Hello and welcome to our discussion section focusing on Immigration and Citizenship.

We welcome your questions and observations about becoming a new immigrant to Canada. Use this section to ask questions about these areas:
  • Permanent Residents

  • Government in Canada

  • Permanent Residency status and obligations

  • Re-entering Canada after long absences

  • Replacing immigration and other official documents

  • Where to go for settlement help in your community
Please note that we will not answer questions about how to immigrate to Canada. This includes questions about immigration applications such as Independent Class (i.e. Skilled Workers), Visitor or Study Visas, Work Permits or Refugee Claims.

Questions about Citizenship and Sponsorship should be posted in the relevant Discussion area topic.

Our focus in this part of the Discussion area is on those who are in process of immigration (i.e. have received their immigration visa and will be landing in Canada soon) and those who have already arrived in Ontario and are in the process of settling.

We apologize to those who wish to ask questions about the immigration process, but we simply do not have the resources to attend to your needs.

You can find information about immigrating to Canada, including application forms and guides on the Citizenship and Immigration Canada web site:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/index.html

You can ask your questions in the immigration newsgroup found here:

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&safe=off&group=misc.immigration.canada

(NOTE: This is an informal forum and we are not responsible for any advice or information you follow there.)

Please be aware that the information contained in this discussion should never be taken as legal advice. For legal advice, please consult a lawyer.
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