Marriage to a Canadian Citizen?

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One cannot become a Canadian citizen through marriage because the Canadian constitution does not guarantee this. If a non-Canadian marries a Canadian he or she can only travel to Canada under private arrangement as a visiting immigrant.
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To be a Canadian citizen you have to have been a resident for four years. Then you apply for citizenship, pay a fee, take some photos and study up on Canadian history and government
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1. Mail Form I-130 to your local U.S. Citizenship and Immigrations Services (USCIS) field office. Include the following with the form: marriage certificate, passport style photos
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1 Have some sort of visa. In order to become a Canadian citizen, the obvious first step is to move to Canada. However, you can't just pack up your belongings, scale the Niagara, plop
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you have to be married for a certain length of time I believe. Is it worth it? Most of us are complete jerks. First off the immigrant has to have come in legally, if they came in
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