Archive for August 2016

Laminating Your Canadian Citizenship Certificate Can Lead To Issues

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

Came across this interesting story on CTV recently. Peter Jones of Fredriction, New Brunswick applied for a new Canadian passport in June of this year. He presented his Canadian citizenship certificate as part of the process, but because he laminated the old and weathered document, he was denied. Although Jones used the laminated certificate to obtain a […]

Canadian Citizenship, Family Reunification, and The Process of Becoming A Canadian

Sunday, August 28th, 2016

Came across this great piece in the Herald News about Brendy Jones, originally from West Africa, who recently became a Canadian citizen at the iconic Pier 21 in Halifax. The 34-year-old mother and nursing home attendant moved to the country to reunite with her husband after they married in 2007. Jones’s husband moved to Canada in […]