Canada's Citizenship Act says
3 (1) Subject to this Act, a person is a citizen if
(a) the person was born in Canada after February 14, 1977;
So yes, the child will be a Canadian citizen from the moment of his or her birth.
Will post an answer of my own as well for completeness sake. I sent the same question to CPF directly, here's what they said:
Yes, you are right in saying that your Singapore Permanent Resident
(SPR) status will be revoked when you are no longer residing in
Singapore for a substantial amount of time.
We would like to clarify that you can ...
Yes, you can keep your savings in CPF essentially forever even if you leave Singapore. (Or that's the rule at the moment, anyway; you have no control over CPF investments and are subject to the whims of the Singapore government here.) In fact, the process of getting your CPF money out is rather bureaucratic and will definitely not "just happen" on its own.
The US and Canada share immigration data under the Five Eyes arrangements. You can assume that the Canadians will know about the lifetime ban.
You're also asked on any visa application form if you've ever been refused a visa. Consequently, this ban will adversely affect every visa application you make from now on. Don't be tempted to omit the details. If the ...
The EB-5 visa is an immigrant visa, so the visa itself becomes a temporary green card when the bearer of the visa first arrives in the US. The permanent green card arrives subsequently in the mail. This can take up to 120 days from the date of entry or the date of payment of the immigrant visa fee, whichever is later.
Australian Computer Society (ACS) has several documents on their website that explain the process. I personally don't think they're as clear as they could be, but you should read through them, then ask specific questions here, or better, email ACS if you need clarification.
One landing page is here which has links to a FAQs, topics, checklist.
A very ...
First off, none of this is intended to be advice and is only meant to point you in the direction of the official sources.
For Australian permanent residency, it will depend on the visa you're after. For example take a look at the official eligibility criteria for the 189 visa
It says on that page that
You must be aged under 45 when we invite you to apply ...
In order to be qualified for QSW you need French language proficiency.
Although It is not compulsory, you wouldn’t be able to obtain required scores for QSW without having a French language certificate.
If I recall correctly, you would need B2 in both speaking and listening (each has 5 score).
Check Quebec website to see how they score the applicants here....
It is possible to be on a work permit without a path to permanent residency. If you never qualify for one of the pathways or a PNP program, you don't become a permanent resident.
Although there is no absolute limit on the number of extensions you may request, each extension request, if applicable, requires a new Labour Market Impact Assessment, which may be ...
Here is the official Canadian government news release on 28 April 2017: Government of Canada Eliminates Conditional Permanent Residence for Spouses and Partners
which states in part:
This change applies to anyone who was subject to the requirement, as
well as to new spouses and partners who are sponsored as permanent
You will get points for your work experience but not your diploma or you could apply as one of 'skills' that would accept you diploma but not work experience...
For Batchelor you get 15 points while for 3 years programming (if you can provide references) only 5, so....
I think you will be okay. if you're confident enough that you will get both ECA and whatever license you are talking about in 60 days, you should be okay. I have seen cases where people are not able to get medical appointments and are still issued an ITA. CIC tells them to go ahead and apply even without medicals and submit the medicals when they have it. ...
It depends on whether the child has Indian citizenship or not.
According to India's Citizenship Act, a child born abroad to at least one Indian citizen parent is an Indian citizen by descent if the child is registered at an Indian consulate within one year of birth, and the parent declares that the child does not hold a foreign passport. The child would ...
The Super Visa is somewhat of a unique program that Canada runs exclusively for immigrant permanent residents and naturalized Canadian citizens.
A super visa lets you visit your children or grandchildren for up to 2
years at a time. It’s a multi-entry visa that provides multiple
entries for a period up to 10 years.
Unlike a TRV (Tourist Visa equivalent), ...
Since you mention skill criteria but not the actual visa subclass I'm going to assume the 189 subclass. Note that this is not intended to be visa advice, you must do your own research or speak to a qualified professional.
The "Partner skills" section of the 189 visa points table says that to meet the skill criteria they, among other things, must ...
As a Canadian Permanent Resident you are not tied to any company in terms of work authorization. You are free to work for any employer in Canada (it's a bit tricky if you want to settle in Quebec and your application is via the Federal Process but possible).
You are under no contractual obligation to join the first employer, after your application is ...
Note: I am not a visa agent and I am most especially not your visa agent.
Posting just to point you to the official sources:
Will my EOI be rejected because I am not present in the chosen state?
Can't find anything that addresses this directly. Try reading https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/skilled-nominated-190#Eligibility ...
You can extend Super Visa, or even an ordinary TRV for parents/grandparents, even without leaving Canada, as long as you meet insurance, health and funds requirements.
There is no absolute reunification against extension for longer time. Like the other answer said, it is the government's way to allow family reunification without paying health costs after the ...
In very broad strokes, trying to outsmart the immigration system of any country does not work. Even we amateurs who answer questions on these SE sites and forum have seen it all, imagine the professionals. More broad rules:
A visa merely allows you to present yourself at the border and ask for entry but it does not entitle you to, well, anything.
You will not be selected in future Saskatchewan draws if you do not have ECA.
And you can create EOI without an Express Entry profile. This is called OID stream.
However, if you can create an Express Entry account, I strongly recommend to do it. This will direct you to SINP-EE stream which has way faster federal process.
OID (Occupation in-Demand) takes ...
There is a link that I found: https://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/threads/sending-pr-card-by-courier.472623/
It isnt a canonical reference (until it is stated by Canadian government, it cant be said as an official answer) but still the answer (similar to what "S P Arif Sahari Wibowo" mentioned in the comment above) is in "logic"
A1 is fairly basic German. This page is one description of the sorts of things you would be expected to be able to do. An excerpt:
Referring to items without naming them (den, die, das, mir, dir, ihm, ihr, etc.)
Asking about items and identifying specific items (welche, diese, etc.)
Expressing belonging (gehören)
Using accusative pronouns (mich,...
You haven't given much information about your job responsibilities here. Regardless going with what you have given, NOC 2173 and NOC 2174 both should work. However NOC 2173 matches more closely.
Also they are both closely related when looking at responsibilities. I would suggest go with NOC 2173.
A certified copy of any document can be done by a big list of people in australia. Embassy staff are able to do this and work at the embassies for this purpose. No one will ever issue a certified copy of a document without sighting the original document. A good description is here: Smart Traveller - Documents
With that said if it's a letter from an ...
I think the wisest move would be to say YES, and in the notes explain the details of the situation. Let them decide whether your father's failed application for PR (on which you were included) is relevant.
The reason why I suggest this is that if they later discovered that you were included in a failed application for PR and had not told them about it, it ...
My answer might be coming a bit late for you, but hopefully it helps others in future:
Is there a way to know if my PR is invalid as of now (some website etc)? This will be helpful so I can plan my vacation accordingly.
No there isn't. You are considered a PR until the CIC is able to determine otherwise. This usually happens when
1) you try to enter ...