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Author Archives: Denis Kornev

Changes to the Citizenship Test

Changes to the Citizenship Test and the Discover Canada Guide

The citizenship test is about to change ones more. As many of you may remember the last mayor change to the test was back in 2009 with the implementation of the actual study guide Discover Canada. However the changes to the citizenship test where applied much later than that in October 2008 with the abolition […]

Worrying Failing Rates in Etobicoke

Canada Recognized by it’s Immigrant Integration Approach

Canada has been congratulated by the MIPEX (Migration Integration Policy Index) as one of the top 10 countries that reaches out to help integration to their immigrants. The MIPEX analyzes Canadian resources to assist new residents and citizens in comparison to other 31 European and North American countries. MIPEX is a consultant company dedicated to […]

Canada Finally Updates the Citizenship Examination

Learning the Anthem After the Canadian Citizenship Test

Among the many new things to explore and learn when becoming a new citizen of a given country, the national anthem is one of the most important and can also lend a great sense of belonging and national identity to a recent immigrant. Those who journey to Canada in the quest to become a Canadian […]

Canadian Citizenship

Canadian Citizenship and the Meaning of Integration

Immigrating to a new land may mean many different things to different people, and personal experiences and ideas about the journey of moving oneself or one’s family to a new country vary greatly. In many instances, it is the vision of a better life that leads immigrants to seek out a space in differing lands, […]

Worrying Failing Rates in Etobicoke

Worrying Failing Rates in Etobicoke

With the introduction of the new citizenship test in October 14 this year the failing rates all around the Nation had increase in a worrying manner. It is calculated that Canada has 32-35% failing rate in the new citizenship test making the regional office swim in loads of work and citizenship judges interviews in an […]

New Citizenship Test Failure Rates Up in the Sky

The new citizenship Test has been implemented since October 14. This is a change that took almost half a year to hit the test centers and the citizenship application all over Canada. As you may well know the former test based on the much shorter and simpler guide had a 60% passing score which meant […]

Shaping and Being Shaped by Canadian Citizenship

When thinking about citizenship at its meaning within a person’s life, people are likely to consider how such a status can personally affect them. From affording greater opportunities to making travel and other processes a great deal easier, citizenship is typically appreciated for the way in which it influences individual lives. Yet in most parts […]

Exploring Immigrant Communities After the Canadian Citizenship Test

Whenever immigrants travel to a new land and begin the process of settling in with a new home, a job, and other important considerations, integrating with the community and gaining a true sense of belonging can be difficult. In countries that embrace immigration and encourage immigrants to become citizens, however, this issue can be greatly […]

Canada Finally Updates the Citizenship Examination

Canada Finally Updates the Citizenship Examination

A few new changes in the Canadian citizenship test have come into effect since October 13 Operational Bulletin 244 was launched by the CIC. After the update of the resource book in March 2010 the CIC has made joined efforts to update all offices and make a smooth transition in between the old and new […]

The Promise of Prosperity and Canadian Citizenship

In many parts of the world, living and working conditions present a continuous and considerable challenge for people regardless of the great amounts of effort and patience they may put into their daily lives. From government policies that restrict personal freedoms to difficult economic situations that make breaking even a constant financial struggle, various systems […]