• by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will welcome 25 of Canada’s newest citizens from six countries. The ceremony will be presided by Citizenship Judge Carol-Ann Hart.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    On Canada Day, we celebrate our freedoms and reflect on our rights and responsibilities as Canadian citizens. We remember and honour the shared history, symbols and values that define us as Canadians. A critical part of being Canadian is understanding the histories and realities of Indigenous Peoples, who have been caretakers of this land since time immemorial, and recognizing their integral role in this country’s past, present and future.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will welcome 24 of Canada’s newest citizens from 6 countries at a ceremony hosted by the Toronto Blue Jays. The ceremony will take place in the TD Summit Suite at Rogers Centre and will be closed to the public. Citizenship Judge Rodney Simmons will preside over the ceremony.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Growing communities need more infrastructure. Community facilities, like libraries and cultural and recreation centres, are essential spaces where Canadians can come together as neighbours. That is why, as part of Budget 2024, the federal government committed to investing in cities and towns across the country.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will highlight investments in Budget 2024.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    A safe and secure flow of goods and people across the Canada–United States border is critical to North America’s economy and the close person-to-person ties that Canadians and Americans enjoy. That’s why we continue to look for ways to make it easier and faster to cross the border without compromising the integrity of our immigration system.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Canada honours and shows solidarity with refugees worldwide
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Caregivers from abroad are invaluable to Canadian families. Their hard work makes a difference in the lives of those they care for, including children, seniors and persons with disabilities.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will hold a media scrum to discuss the caregiver program.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    We remain deeply concerned about the humanitarian tragedy unfolding in Gaza. Many people are worried about their loved ones and have expressed significant interest in the temporary special measures we introduced for their extended family in Gaza. That is why, as part of our humanitarian response, we have increased the number of temporary resident visa applications that will be accepted into processing as part of these measures from 1,000 to 5,000. Over the past few weeks, we have been issuing more web codes so that clients can apply for a temporary resident visa.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    As the security situation in Haiti remains volatile, the Government of Canada continues to take action to help people who have been impacted by the violence and deteriorating security conditions.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    We can become citizens in different ways. Some of us are lucky enough to be born in Canada. Others are newcomers who chose Canada, join our communities and earn their citizenship – sometimes referred to as naturalized citizens.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Canadian citizenship is highly valued around the world. It provides the right to vote, to run for political office and to hold a Canadian passport. For many immigrants, citizenship is key to integration. It also provides a sense of belonging to a diverse and inclusive country built on the principles of democracy, equality and multiculturalism.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Citizenship Act contains a first-generation limit to citizenship by descent, which means that a Canadian citizen parent can pass on citizenship to a child born outside Canada if the parent was either born in Canada or naturalized before the birth of the child. Canadians born or naturalized in Canada before adopting a child born abroad can apply for a direct grant of citizenship for the adopted child
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will hold a media scrum regarding the introduction of a citizenship bill. Minister Miller will be joined by Jenny Kwan, Member of Parliament for Vancouver East, and Kathryn Burton, advocate and parent.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    Rural and Francophone minority communities are key to both Canada’s long-term growth and our linguistic vitality. However, these communities face unique economic and demographic challenges. That is why the Government of Canada is launching two new pilots this fall to attract the skilled workers they need to grow their economies and communities.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    To celebrate Citizenship Week, the Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, will welcome 50 of Canada’s newest citizens. Citizenship Judge Rochelle Ivri will preside over the ceremony.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    I’m happy to be joined by Jeremy Harrison from the Government of Saskatchewan [Minister of Trade and Export Development, Immigration and Career Training, Innovation Saskatchewan, and Tourism Saskatchewan], as the co-chair of this forum.
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, issued the following statement to mark the start of Citizenship Week, which runs from May 13 to 19, 2024:
  • by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
    The Forum of Ministers Responsible for Immigration (FMRI) met today to discuss Canada’s immigration levels planning for 2025–2027.
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