Canada Immigration Case-law Villaumé v. Canada, CITIZENSHIP — General Editorial Canada Immigration, Caselaws, CITIZENSHIP, General Leave a Comment

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CITIZENSHIP — General — Citizenship Judge granted citizenship to V on basis that although not physically present for three out of four years he was present in spirit — Minister applied for judicial review — V did not file appearance but was present at hearing and allowed to be heard — Application granted — V only present for 238 of required 1095 days — Marriage occurred subsequent to period under examination — Although possible to refer to events subsequent to period of reference to confirm establishment in Canada V’s circumstances did not help him — Decision was unreasonable

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