Canada Immigration Case-law Djeddou c. Canada, CITIZENSHIP — Appeal Editorial Appeal, Canada Immigration, Caselaws, CITIZENSHIP Leave a Comment

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CITIZENSHIP — Appeal — Applicant came to Canada as permanent resident in 2006 — In application for citizenship he stated he had no other citizenship or permanent residence — Citizenship judge dismissed application holding that applicant had not proven requisite time in Canada due to lack of evidence as applicant was not employed and did not belong to any groups — Judge rejected banking records as account was a joint account — Applicant also denied traveling except to visit mother but evidence showed trips after her death — Application for judicial review dismissed — Citizenship judge decided to apply approach of real and physical presence in Canada — Citizenship considered all of the evidence on the record and decision was reasonable.

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