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Subject: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada
how the cic knows that somebody departure canada if there is no stamp in passport?
[20-10-2005,00:29]
[**.86.202.175]
tom
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
That´s what I was wondering to know too, lets say if I live 8 months out of country, citizenship time I could claim I had been out of country just for one month, its very unlikely, they would ask me to check my passport all pages. Does any one have idea or any related experience?
[20-10-2005,00:44]
[**.247.6.208]
Anonymous
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
they wud cum to know b/c when u come back to canada u wud need ur passport if ur a canadian citizen or a pr card or a international passport with valid visa in case the id wud be scanned at the port of entry n they wud get to know. i have a cousin who now is a pr card holder n b4 that was in USA n one time he was deined entry in canada n that was over 10 yrs ago n at the time of his interview they had that information with him b/c the officer asked him twice if he was ever denied entry in canada n b/c it was 10 yrs ago he didnt remember so v think that they might not have the info but they do
[20-10-2005,01:12]
[**.168.82.227]
Anonymous
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
complete bullshit! I know atleast 3 people who are canadian PR´s and live in the US...they are all coming back next month for there citizenship test..they didn´t live in canada in the last 3 years for more than 30 days all together...

CIC won´t know shit if the passport is not stamped...

[20-10-2005,01:32]
[**.193.231.224]
Anonymous
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
That´s not the point, on arival they scan your your PR card, again its not mean how long you´ve been out of country, only proof is your back home country stamp on your passport.
[20-10-2005,01:35]
[**.247.6.208]
Anonymous
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
n believe me they have started to ask all sorts of question like the utility bills, doctor visit reciept, grocery receits, house lease n stuff like this that u can only provide if ur living there for instance credit card statements in your name at the house ur living in. i mean they will ask u stuff that u ca only answer if ur living there n belive me they are getting smarter for insatnce b4 when a baby wud be born they wud give the birth certificate immediately now they make u wait 9 mnths bc b4 ppl wud cum n have their babied take the birth certificate n leave now as they have to wait 9 mnths they will think
[20-10-2005,01:41]
[**.168.82.227]
Anonymous
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
They have their ways of finding out...beware of CIC...they know what you are doing!!!!
[20-10-2005,01:49]
[***.210.24.46]
Anonymous
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
How? You think they would get dreams? Only proof is your passport back home stamp, again, its very unlikely they will check all passoprt pages and stamps.
[20-10-2005,01:53]
[**.247.6.208]
Anonymous
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
What´s with all the Anonymous posts???? Don´t listen to Anonymous posters more often than not they have no idea what they are talking about.

Immigration is computerized, it is easy to find out entry and exit days, passports get lost or expire, they aren´t going to rely on it for proving your residency.

[20-10-2005,04:22]
[**.10.168.185]
Shawn
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
ANONYMOUS people know things....CIC knows things.....
The nose knows things......

[20-10-2005,13:36]
[***.210.24.46]
Anonymous
(in reply to: how the cic knows that somebody departure canada)
and santaclause knows who´s naughty and nice.......... but I wouldn´t trust him about immigration advise
[20-10-2005,21:05]
[**.10.168.167]
Shawn



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