landing in a different province

Old Jan 19th 2002, 5:18 pm
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Patou
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Hello: i need a piece of advice. I got my PR landing papers, after applying thru the
Quebec delegation and Canadian consulate in Paris. Can I "pretend" to go to Montreal
(landing there) and then just move to Toronto and get my Social Security Number in
Ontario?Thanks for the advice.
 
Old Jan 20th 2002, 5:02 am
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Natasha Zagsky
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If you have a Quebec Certificate of Selection together with your Canadian Immigrant
Visa, you're best to land in Quebec just to avoid any problems. However, after
you've landed in Canada and become a permanent resident, you can establish your
residence anywhere in Canada. It makes no difference where you apply for your Social
Insurance Number.

Natasha Zagsky [email protected] Toronto Ontario Canada

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Old Jan 20th 2002, 7:06 am
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Maxim Pouska
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Hi,

better you get your Social Security Number in Quebec

and don't land in Toronto first -

Bonne Chance

Maxim

"Patou" <[email protected]>
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