Landed in QC then moved to AB

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Subject: Landed in QC then moved to AB
Hello,
I landed in QC then moved to AB. Will it be a problem for Citizenship? Need opinion pls.
Thanks

[31-08-2009,13:40]
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Mimi
(in reply to: Landed in QC then moved to AB)
It will be big problem for citezenship,you need to go back to Qc,
[31-08-2009,13:48]
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stavrimacoku
(in reply to: Landed in QC then moved to AB)
It won´t be any problem. You better discuss with CIC. They might help you.
[31-08-2009,13:51]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: Landed in QC then moved to AB)
Mimi, Quebec is "still" a part of Canada so the answer is no. Your days in Quebec are the same as your days in any provinces or territories in Canada.
[31-08-2009,23:04]
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PAL
(in reply to: Landed in QC then moved to AB)
as PAL suggests - Quebec is still part of Canada.

Stavribaby -don´t answer if you don´t know.

[01-09-2009,00:18]
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Sharon
(in reply to: Landed in QC then moved to AB)
sharon

Interesting Q:

If someone came to Canada under Provincial Nomination PNP, can he or she move immediately to another province?

[01-09-2009,00:31]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: Landed in QC then moved to AB)
given that someone needs to be in Canada for at least 3 years to qualify for citizenship I would say yes.

and that was not the question posed.

[01-09-2009,01:16]
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Sharon
(in reply to: Landed in QC then moved to AB)
Thanks to all,
I was little worried but fine now. Pal and sharon thank you so much.

[01-09-2009,10:57]
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Mimi

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