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Immigration Canada Not Revealing Risks To Immigrants Wanting Citizenship

by on Aug.10, 2011, under Uncategorized

What Immigration Canada is not telling you about: Canada’s Family Laws are not the same as laws in other places. After you read this, ask your family lawyer to clarify this, not your immigration barrister (England) or immigration agent. They may not always tell you all of the bad with all the good about citizenship and immigration to Canada.

In their present form, the laws are set against reasonable treatment of families struck by the unfortunate yet natural occurrence of separation or divorce. Family Laws in Canada are so antagonistic to those family members snared by the court system that these laws could be in part responsible for a serious decline in immigrants seeking permanent residence in Canada.

In 1997, the Federal Liberal Government made major changes to Family Law in Canada. The Federal Liberal Administration convinced the Provinces to instantly adopt the same laws.

Families are crushed by Canada’s Family Laws. Children, previous spouses, and other family members suffer under the force of the family courts, including, grandparents, aunts and uncles, sisters and brothers of men over child visitation limitations.

Kids became increasingly invoked as “pawns” in planned conflicts. The conflicts are set up by the laws and then irritated by enterprises (legal practises, paralegals, counsels). Some fathers are ordered by the court to never see their kids or limit visits to two (2) times per month. Some youngsters suffer lifetime psychoses and drift into lives of substance abuse or crime.

Fathers who divorce are relegated to a second tier class. These men are mistreated by courts similar to Black Americans of the 1960’s were treated by what was called “Southern Justice.” Absent fathers are hunted down and prosecuted as if they are significant and deadly criminals.

Since 1998, many specialists have presented positive reforms to the Governments of the Day. These are experts in sociology, child psychology, family therapy and pro-family legal experts, and have included a Special Parliamentary Joint Council.

To date, all the significant reforms presented to all governments of the day have been ignored. After ample time (more than a decade) to benefit from the blunders that were made at the outset, the Canadian and Provincial governments accept the status quo to remain.

Martin Wong has studied Canada’s Family Laws and Provincial family laws introduced by the Federal Liberal Government in May 1997. How these laws and court rulings impact real families is exposed here. See a specific number from Statistics Canada showing an example of a measurable decline in immigrants seeking permanent residence in Canada.

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    A guide for employment seeker in Spain

    by on Apr.06, 2011, under spain

    If you are aiming to work and live in Spain, but do not know how to acquire one. Then, you will find this simple guidelines and tips that you can use to start. European Nationals can easily find a job in Spain, as they are not required to get any permit or working visa. In reality, this is valid to all European Union members. The case is different if you are a US National or other foreign nationality; the country requires that you get a working permit from the Spanish consulate in your origin. They can also assist in providing you requirements that you will need to be able to work in Spain. These are on top of the general prerequisite in applying for a visa like: a.) Proof of Employment (job offer from Spain) b.) Company details (registration number and social security number) c. Criminal Record Certificate d.) medical certificate d.) valid Passport e.) Three passport sized photos.

    It is important that you have a ready work and can live accordingly when you move to Spain. This is very important as the cost of living, and lifestyle is high comparing to other European countries. Before you move, consider your abilities and skills because there are many possibilities for a job without having to leave your current location. In these times where everything is connecting through the internet, it is easy to get an online freelance job especially if you are good in graphic designing, website design, and software programmer. This will be your starting point to improve your financial aspect. Another popular job is to teach
    English to businesspersons and students, you should be a TEFL certificate holder to be able to instruct this in Spain.

    Here are some helpful tips in finding a job in Spain:

    1. Learn Spanish – having a basic knowledge of the language is good enough for you to get an employment.
    2. Detailed CV/Resume – include all the skills and qualifications that you have. Ensure that you list specifics to make it more precise.
    3. Online Job sites – there are many websites that offers job and assistance for job seekers like you.
    4. Classifieds – this type works best if you are already living in Spain, as the daily newspaper ads vacancy and job openings from various companies.
    5. Job Seeker Publications – it is like a magazine type, which is helpful for those looking for employment, and employers where they can post their requirements for employees.
    6. National Employment Office
    7. Employment Agencies

    These helpful guides in finding job in Spain are important for you to accomplish before moving to Spain. It is not advisable for a person to move without definite income, it is a reality that you cannot stay long in the country with only your savings, as your source of earnings because it will eventually run out.

    Sam Tonzenger pens largely for http://www.spain-tips.com , a web page on the topic of working conditions in spain and find a job in spain. His writings on working conditions in spain are published on http://www.spain-tips.com/ar/news/working-conditions-in-spain.shtml .

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