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  • I lost my citizenship card. How do I get a new one?December 13, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law I lost my citizenship card. How do I get a new one? Since February 2012, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (“IRCC”) scrapped the citizenship card and they now issue paper citizenship certificates. If you have a citizenship card, there is no need to apply for a certi … Read more »

  • Common-law Spousal SponsorshipDecember 7, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law Common-law Spousal Sponsorship I have been living with my partner for a year but we are not married or engaged. Can I sponsor them for Canadian permanent residence? The short answer and good news are – yes. Couples that are not married, but live together, are called common-law … Read more »

  • Canadian Immigration Law: A Year in ReviewNovember 27, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law Canadian Immigration Law: A Year in Review In last month’s newsletter, we covered the recent changes to Canada’s citizenship granting rules. In the world of Canadian immigration, rule and process changes happen often. In addition to the changes happening within Canada over the … Read more »

  • Spousal Sponsorship: Can the applicant work while the application is being processed?November 23, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law Spousal Sponsorship: Can the applicant work while the application is being processed? I applied to sponsor my spouse for permanent residence. Can they work in Canada while the application processes? If you submitted an inland application to sponsor your spouse, common-law or c … Read more »

  • Can I Travel Without My Permanent Resident Card?November 15, 2017

    Keyork Immigration Law Can I Travel Without My Permanent Resident Card? My Permanent Residence Application has been approved but I have not received my PR card. Can I travel outside of Canada? So your permanent residence application has been approved. Congratulations! But, you have been waiting on y … Read more »