I wonder if this will have ramification for people in Nova Scotia who used unscrupulous immigration consultants to get citizenship. So far, I haven’t heard of anyone receiving such a letter. The article does not explain that in order to become a citizen you only have to live in Canada for 3 out of a 4 year period (1095 days). Once you are a citizen, you do not have to fulfill a residency obligation (as you do for Permanent Residence, a whole other can of worms). The article singles out the people from Lebanon who are Canadian citizens and were part of the evacuation in 2006. In fact, a lot of them probably aren’t doing anything wrong or breaking any rules. They became citizens at some point in the distant past when they did live here for a 3-year period and then moved back to Lebanon. The law allows this. Maybe the rules need changing, but for now, it seem to me that trying to revoke citizenship is going to be a heck of a lot easier said than done.
https://nsimmigration.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/North-Star-Immigration-Law-Logo-RT.png 0 0 Elizabeth Wozniak https://nsimmigration.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/North-Star-Immigration-Law-Logo-RT.png Elizabeth Wozniak2011-07-20 06:42:322017-10-12 14:21:37Feds want to revoke citizenship of some. Way easier said than done.