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2016-01-28 15:02 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Immigrant sponsorship, Oral questions, Permanent resident status

Questions orales, Statut de résident permanent,

Mr. Speaker, during the election campaign, I was proud of our commitment to grant immediate permanent residency to spouses who have been sponsored to immigrate to Canada. A number of my constituents are waiting on these regulatory changes to be reunited with their loved ones, whom they have not seen for years in some cases. Can the Minister of Immigration share his plans on this issue?

Monsieur le Président, lors de la campagne électorale, j'étais fier de notre engagement de faire en sorte que la résidence permanente soit octroyée, sans délai, aux épouses et aux époux qui sont parrainés pour immigrer au Canada. De nombreux citoyens de ma circonscription espèrent ces changements réglementaires pour retrouver leurs êtres chers qu'ils n'ont parfois pas vus depuis des années. Le ministre de l'Immigration peut-il nous informer de son intention en ce qui a trait à cette question?

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Posted at 13:26 on January 28, 2016

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