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Canadian Immigration News Briefs for September 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.

• New Citizenship Language Rules to Take Force in November  

Beginning November 1, 2012, citizenship applicants will have to follow new rules to prove their competency in one of Canada’s official languages. >>Read more…

Canadian Experience Class Issues 20,000th Visa

Earlier this month, Canadian Experience Class (CEC) issued its 20,000th visa, a success for one of Canada’s most recent immigration programs.  >>Read more…

Over 3,000 Individuals May Be Stripped of Canadian Citizenship

Over 3,000 new Canadian citizens may be stripped of their citizenship due to allegations of fraud.  >>Read more…

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5 thoughts on “Canadian Immigration News Briefs for September 2012

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    Almaz Meseret

    I want to be a member of Canadian Immigration and Citizenship news.

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    l,Sriramulu

    Dear All,

    I want to still contact with Canadian immigration news

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    l,Sriramulu

    Deae All,

    I want to be an member Canadian immigration news.

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    Ansarul Haque

    1.The results of a CIC-approved third-party test; or
    2.The evidence of completion of secondary or post-secondary education in English of French; or
    3.The evidence of achieving the appropriate language level in certain government-funded language training programs.

    Please let me know the details of the above issue.

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    Lawrence Ojo-Gabriel

    Seeing that there is a new language structure, for persons who have done the ielts last year will it still be valid under the new arrangement?

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