Dual Citizenship in Canada

It may be convenient to have several passports, but there may be difficulties too. For instance, you can lose your previous citizenship or become liable for military service. These rules vary by country. According to Statistics Canada, about 945 thousand people (3% of the total population) had multiple citizenships in 2011. Almost 80% of them Read More …

Language Tests for Canadian Immigration: IELTS, CELPIP, TEF, TCF

Almost every Canadian immigration program requires an applicant to provide language test results. This article covers approved exams and the minimum level of language proficiency for immigration to Canada. If you speak neither English nor French, it would be almost impossible to immigrate to Canada: it would be difficult to find a job, negotiate the Read More …

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot: Altona — Rhineland, Manitoba

The town of Altona and the surrounding municipality of Rhineland, located in the province of Manitoba, 100 km from Winnipeg, accept applications from immigration candidates under the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot. Photo: Jimmy Emerson, DVM / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a program for foreigners who wish to live Read More …

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Sault Ste. Marie is a city, which is located in Ontario and separated by a river from the Michigan city of the same name. The Canadian Sault Ste. Marie accepts applications from immigration candidates under the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot. The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a program for foreigners who wish to Read More …