Immigration backlog: Anti-fraud measu...

Immigration backlog: Anti-fraud measures add years to citizenship process

There are 1 comment on the The Toronto Star story from Jan 24, 2013, titled Immigration backlog: Anti-fraud measures add years to citizenship process. In it, The Toronto Star reports that:

Mana Golnazi, an Iranian engineer, had already passed her citizenship exam when she was asked in Juy to leap another hurdle on her way to citizenship: a residence questionnaire.

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wayne harrison

Toronto, Canada

#1 Jan 24, 2013
mean while you have taken a job from a canadian citizen I send my children to university to get educated, paying taxes and the whole come in and steal their job
why do you deserve any consideration
go whine some where else

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