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What Counts as Years of Education in an Immigration Application

What Counts as Years of Education in an Immigration Application

Reis Pagtakhan

When applying to immigrate to Canada, individuals are typically required to prove the number of years of education that they have completed. In some cases, individuals have completed a year or more of education

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Why Labour Market Opinions Do Not Always Guarantee a Work Permit

Why Labour Market Opinions Do Not Always Guarantee a Work Permit

Reis Pagtakhan

Foreign nationals who want to work in Canada or before becoming permanent residents can work in Canada with a work permit. In most cases, an employer must first obtain permission from the government of

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Why an Immigration Application Can Be Refused If You Forget a Document

Why an Immigration Application Can Be Refused If You Forget a Document

Reis Pagtakhan

In all immigration applications, Citizenship and Immigration Canada requires that specific documents be submitted. The documents required depend on the type of application a person is making. If an applicant forgets to put in

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Why you need to disclose changes in your family during the immigration process?

Why you need to disclose changes in your family during the immigration process?

Reis Pagtakhan

Individuals immigrating to Canada must disclose their spouses, common-law partners, and dependent children. Failure to disclose these family members can result in an immigration application being refused. The court case of Yanjun Dong is

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How Immigration Investigates Work History

How Immigration Investigates Work History

Reis Pagtakhan

In immigration applications for permanent residency, applicants are required to give a time line of their work history and must also provide supporting documents that show where they worked, when they worked, and the

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Why you shouldn’t send in an immigration application by regular mail

Why you shouldn’t send in an immigration application by regular mail

Reis Pagtakhan

In many cases, an immigration application can be sent in by regular mail or courier. While either method is valid, immigration lawyers typically advise clients to sent in all correspondence to visa offices by

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Can You Go to Jail for Submitting False Documents to Immigration?

Can You Go to Jail for Submitting False Documents to Immigration?

Reis Pagtakhan

Immigration law requires all applicants to be truthful. This means being truthful in what you write down in an application and with the documents you submit. Submitting false information with an immigration application can

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Can You Go to Jail for Submitting False Documents to Immigration?

Can You Go to Jail for Submitting False Documents to Immigration?


Immigration law requires all immigration applicants to be truthful. This includes being truthful in what you write down as well as in the documents you submit. Submitting false information with an immigration application can

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How Immigration’s Anti-Fraud Unit Works

How Immigration’s Anti-Fraud Unit Works

Reis Pagtakhan

In September, the Federal Court decided the case of Mr. Wang Hui. In this case, Mr. Hui’s immigration application was refused because the visa office concluded that he provided fraudulent information regarding his work

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