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Listing updatedFebruary 21, 2016

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Antonio Yazzie
Fri, 4 Nov 2016 20:18 EDT
Need info on fleeing?
Hello, I need information on becoming a Canadian citizen in case Trump wins. Before things get worse and he starts rounding up us homosexuals, I need info on how to flee the U.S. and enter Canada and get a job so I can send for my mom later. Thank you for your help.
alberto apodaca
Tue, 25 Oct 2016 22:58 EDT
what do i need to get a permit to work in canada ?
i would like to know what do i need to move to canada and settle down there to work and with part of canada need more workers and if i need certain kind of skills !
paula nadell
Mon, 24 Oct 2016 13:03 EDT
I need a work visa to volunteer on the mountain in Whistler
I have a Canadian social insurance # and have filed a tax return in Canada since 2001. I would like to do volunteer work and the administrator in Whistler has told me to ask for a work visa even though I do not yet have specific slot as I will not be earning any income. They give away some discounts and free stuff that must be reported hence the need for the correct papers
John S. Seawell
Sun, 2 Oct 2016 02:26 EDT
elderly parents
my parents could be considered elderly since my mother is 86 and my father is 93. My wife and I want to find what type of visa do we need so that you can move to Canada and care for them for an undisclosed amount of timeout. Currently we both have passports but from what we understand this would only allow a six-month stay.
Francois Xavier Nsabimana
Fri, 23 Sep 2016 17:53 EDT
Visit friend in Canada
Hello: I am a US permanent immigrant - under a Special Immigrant Visa. I worked for USA Embassy in Kigali, Rwanda for 30 years. A friend in Canada extended to me an invitation pay a visit to him. Is my Green Card enough to allow me in?

Thank you.

Regards,
Francois
Bridget Gibson
Mon, 19 Sep 2016 16:10 EDT
Canadian passport renewal
Where can I get my Canadian passport renewed? What is the cost?
Henry rudzinski jr
Fri, 9 Sep 2016 02:38 EDT
Pets
My wife and I have passports. What must I do to be able to bring my six year old flat coat retriever into Canada and return into the USA.
Rita Toma
Fri, 29 Jul 2016 13:13 EDT
Notorize an outdated Cdn passport
I need copies of my passport for OAS purposes dated from 1971 to 1976. Do you notorize outdated passports? I have my original.
Louis P. Cote
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 16:36 EDT
Senior on 09/29/2016 lost all legal documents need to claime disablilaty
My wife I and came to the U.S.1990 obtained a permanent resident card in 1993 divorce in 1997. I became blind in my right eye greatly affecting my perception and my ability to read for more then 5 min, at a time when everything become blurey











To receive SSI. and SSID. I need to know the (A) number on my permanent residant card.On losing all my legal papers
except my drivers licence I was unable to work leaving me with no income .Were or what can I do?
Todd Lally
Thu, 21 Apr 2016 19:55 EDT
Colombia wife no green card going on an Alaska/ Canada cruise!
Hi My wife is from Colombia and we are going on a cruise and stop in Canada. She has her Colombia Passport, but not her green card. We got married in Sept in Arizona. Do I need to get her a Canada visa for out cruise? Please advise!

Todd Lally
tlall01@hotmail.com or todd.lally@countryfinancial.com

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