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Canadian Immigration News Briefs for October 2012

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The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that took place or were announced over the last two weeks.

Rwandan Genocide Participant Deported from Canada

Jean Leonard Teganya, a Rwandan refugee claimant in Canada, has been deported for complicity in the 1994 Rwandan genocide. >>Read more…

 Citizenship and Immigration Canada Cracks Down on Marriage Fraud

As part of its ongoing efforts to reduce marriage fraud in Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has introduced new legislation related to spousal sponsorship.  >>Read more…

Over 800 Afghan Interpreters and Families Resettled in Canada

Over 800 Afghans have settled in Canada thanks to a special program created by the Canadian government. The program allowed Afghans who acted as interpreters for Canadian military and diplomatic personnel to live in Canada with their families. >>Read more…

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2 thoughts on “Canadian Immigration News Briefs for October 2012

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    prakash chandra adhikari

    i like to come in Canada for work , but how can i come there it is possible? poor country people come to work than back off self country please give me good suggestion about it .

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    somnath

    when will federal skilled …………………new immigration policy open for new applications ?
    Is there possbility for the teachers to apply as principal applicants to apply for immigration ?

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