Citizenship Application and chances to get RQ

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Subject: Citizenship Application and chances to get RQ
  Hi,
We´ve arrived in Canada in June 2007 on my wife´s study permit (and my own open work permit). At the time of arrival, we already had an opened PR application (FSW) on my name.
During the first year and a half, we both received an "employment" income from our own companies abroad, which have been reported as foreign income in our Tax returns for 2007-8.
Since our arrival in Canada, not me neither my wife had any additional employment income. She studied for almost 3 years, and recently started an (unpaid) internship position, while I made some occasional stock trading as well as home making (I am almost 54 year old, and we raise 2 teenagers).
From march 2009, we are PR.
We are now about to apply for citizenship, and as per the residence calculator we both passed the 1095+ days of physical presence in Canada.
Is there any risk for RQ/interview by a judge/denial, due to the lack of Canadian employment history for both, and education history for me?
What should be indicated in the application under city/country, regarding the "employment" during the first 18 months. Canada (as per our physical presence, or our original country (as per the foreign company address)?
Thank you for you advice!
Cheers.

[11-08-2011,18:42]
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Canavan
(in reply to: Citizenship Application and chances to get RQ)
Nope, employment has nothing to do with your citizenship application. Just tell the truth, just the truth and nothing but the truth and you will find out that at the end things will fall into place in a nice way.


But if you are lying you will find what hell is like.

[12-08-2011,13:58]
[***.115.153.178]
DocD
(in reply to: Citizenship Application and chances to get RQ)
Thanks for your inputs.

So, What should be indicated in the application under city/country, regarding the "employment" during the first 18 months. Canada (as per our physical presence, or our original country (as per the foreign company address)?

Also, is there any problem with the fact that my spouse was on a study permit while "working" from Canada for a foreign company?

I must add that that income from a foreign source have been legally reported in our tax return, but wasn´t including in our tax assessments.

Cheers.

[12-08-2011,15:30]
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Canavan
(in reply to: Citizenship Application and chances to get RQ)
So, What should be indicated in the application under city/country, regarding the "employment" during the first 18 months. Canada (as per our physical presence, or our original country (as per the foreign company address)?


1. Toronto/Canada or Wonderland/Dreamland


Also, is there any problem with the fact that my spouse was on a study permit while "working" from Canada for a foreign company?


2. Was she in Japan?

I must add that that income from a foreign source have been legally reported in our tax return, but wasn´t including in our tax assessments.

3. No notice of assessment is required when applying for citizenship. Please see document list.

And watch video tutorial and read guide.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/adults.asp

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/multimedia/video/becoming_canadian/citizenship/citizenship.asp

[13-08-2011,00:48]
[**.232.244.253]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Citizenship Application and chances to get RQ)
Canavan you sound very confused and unclear; I suppose your linguistic skills are to blame. However, you will be 55 by the time they process your application so you won´t have to take the citizenship test, which should be a relief since your linguistic skills are very bad. Just don´t lie on the application and if you have problems filling it out properly, pay somebody and get help.
[17-08-2011,11:54]
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Lulz
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