landed immigrant


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landed immigrant

n
Canadian a former term for permanent resident
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However, he went with the man, who picked up several other newly landed immigrants, Poles, Lithuanians, and Slovaks, and took them all outside, where stood a great four-horse tallyho coach, with fifteen or twenty men already in it.
The ability to apply for landed immigrant status was removed in early November 1972.
To gain landed immigrant status, hopefuls needed to have fifty points or higher.
In the months since their arrival, committee members have taken them to appointments with Immigration Services, and for health assessments, and on trips to get Landed Immigrant documentation, health cards, bus passes, winter coats, mitts and boots.
To ensure that there is a net benefit to Canada, he would go beyond current reforms that make it more difficult for asylum seekers' parents and grandparents to obtain landed immigrant visas.
Paradoxically, while their skill level is not valued enough to allow them to apply for landed immigrant status, they must demonstrate that they have acquired these very skills in order to apply under the LCP.
Peters, an Australian, moved to Canada in 2002 (he is a landed immigrant, not a Canadian citizen).
The national review is being undertaken after a Postmedia News story revealed that a landed immigrant worked at a Shell gas station in Ottawa's west end for two months without being paid.
When Goven asked if she would accompany him to his security interview, a step toward landed immigrant status, Leddy agreed.
Trabelsi reportedly became a Canadian landed immigrant in the 1990s.
The book centers around Suleyman Goven, a Turkish Kurd living in Toronto, whose landed immigrant application is tacitly inferred by officials to be hinging on his participation in domestic spying operations.