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  • Why did I receive a Residence Questionnaire?July 12, 2018

    Keyork Immigration Law Why did I receive a Residence Questionnaire? Will this delay processing of my citizenship application? You submitted your citizenship application nearly one ago and a letter from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada comes in the mail. You open it excitedly, thinking th … Read more »

  • Spousal sponsorship separation: How does it effect my sponsorship?June 22, 2018

    Keyork Immigration Law Spousal sponsorship separation: How does it effect my sponsorship? I was sponsored to come to Canada but I want to leave my spouse. Will I have to leave Canada if we separate? If you became a Canadian permanent resident through spousal (or common-law partner) sponsorship and y … Read more »

  • Common-Law Partner application issues after applyingJune 13, 2018

    Keyork Immigration Law Common-Law Partner application issues after applying I became a permanent resident but did not include my common-law partner in my application. Can I apply to sponsor her now? At Keyork Immigration Law, we often speak to clients who failed to include a partner or dependent fam … Read more »

  • Newsletter June 2018May 30, 2018

    Keyork Immigration Law Newsletter June 2018 Why Leaving Gaps in Your Immigration Forms Can Harm Your Application One of the biggest mistakes that applicants make when they submit immigration applications without the help of an immigration lawyer is leaving out questions on their immigration forms or … Read more »

  • Misrepresentation and becoming a PR in CanadaMay 26, 2018

    Keyork Immigration Law Misrepresentation and becoming a PR in Canada I became a Permanent Resident through the skilled worker category but a few months before my landing, I did not update IRCC with my new marital status. I also did not advise CBSA that I was married when I landed – is this a problem … Read more »