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Criminally inadmissible to Canada – Tiger Connections

Mississauga man found criminally inadmissible to Canada for alleged Tamil Tigers connections Canadian immigration tried for decades to deport Manickavasagam Suresh as a terrorist fundraiser TORONTO, October 2015 – After two decades of removal attempts, the Canadian Federal Court has ordered the deportation of a Mississauga resident reportedly sent by the Sri Lankan guerrilla group known as the Tamil Tigers to run an organization alleged

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CIC’s Reforms to Canada’s Citizenship Act

June 2015 – Resulting from measures passed by Parliament last year, a series of heavily anticipated changes to the Canadian Act has taken effect this month. The reforms stem from Bill C-24, the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act passed in 2014. According to an official statement from the federal government, the new reforms “will deter citizens of convenience—those who become citizens for the sake of having

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Express Entry in Ontario: French-Speaking Skilled Worker and Human Capital Priorities Streams for Canadian Immigration

ONTARIO, June, 2015 – The province of Ontario has announced two new Canadian immigration streams aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection system. The Opportunities Ontario: Human Capital Priorities Stream and French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream both enable the Opportunities Ontario: Provincial Nominee Program (OOPNP) to choose candidates for Canadian immigration from the Express Entry pool. Under both streams, OOPNP nominates Express Entry candidates who

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New Rules For Those Criminally Inadmissible To Canada – Canadian Immigration News

Criminal Inadmissibility To Canada Spurs New Procedure – Serious Criminality On June 20, 2013, Canadian Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced the coming into effect of the Faster Removal of Foreign Criminals Act. The law is intended to keep Canadians safer by putting an end to lengthy appeals and loopholes dangerous foreign criminals were using to delay their deportation from Canada.  Such removal delays often resulted

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