Are you trying to come to Canada to make a new life but you don’t know where to start? Do you find the available online information confusing or too much to wade through? Today we are launching our latest online free tool: the Immigrate to Canada tool. This tool will let you see all federal and provincial permanent resident immigration program requirements, and tell you what you need to make yourself an ideal potential immigrant to Canada. Check it out and get started on your journey! If you want
Good news for prospective immigrants to Canada: Canada’s federal skilled worker program is supposed to restart on May 4th, 2013. The program has been
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MOVING FURNITURE ACROSS THE CANADA-US BORDER How do I bring my furniture with me if I am emigrating to Canada? Prepare a detailed list of all of the items you are bringing (include makes/models/serial numbers) with two sections: goods you will be bringing with you when you enter the country and goods that will follow as a shipment. If the goods that follow are not on the list, you may need to pay duties. Make sure the list is COMPLETE. Make sure that the items fall under the list of acceptable goods supplied by Canadian Border Services. These items include things like Bedding and clothes Furniture and decorative home ornaments Appliances Silverware and dishes Jewellery, antiques, family heirlooms,
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Many people often have more than one passport. This phenomenon is common in many countries as the practice is officially authorized – or at least tolerated – in more and more places. However, there are certain countries that forbid the possession of more than one passport. But most countries now at least informally allow dual citizenship. This can be a huge advantage when a country you are visiting requires a visa stamp in one of your passports but not the other. The main way you can get a second passport is by becoming a citizen of another country. (There are some countries that will issue you a passport just for being a “national” which is often conceived of as
RIGHTS AT THE BORDER, RIGHTS WHEN DETAINED If you’ve started to assume that you have few rights when crossing an international border in this age of heightened security, it might not just be paranoia. Every sovereign country reserves the right to deny entry to non-residents for any reason. Apart from the UN Universal Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms’ (which is, let’s face it, unenforceable) call to provide refuge to those persecuted in their home countries, there are virtually no internationally agreed-upon regulations governing border crossings. In general, each country has wide latitude in questioning and searching would-be visitors and immigrants. Most Western countries limit the invasive power of law enforcement and border agencies when it comes to re-admitting citizens and residents, but there are virtually no limits when it comes to non-residents. As a non-resident all of the burden of proof of admissibility is on you, and it is absolutely your responsibility to fulfill whatever Visa requirements international trade and goodwill (or hostility) has dictated. Here are a few specific cases: YOUR RIGHTS WHEN ENTERING CANADA AS A… RESIDENT: As a resident you cannot be subject to warrantless search on re-entry “without reason,” but the latitude granted
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MOST DANGEROUS BORDERS Predictably, the most dangerous borders on earth are the ones surrounding warzones. It’s no surprise that