It's slightly complicated by their status. Royals are allowed to visit at any time for any length of time (although canada is not required to provide security for said visit). If they aren't applying for citizenship, there is not much that can be done (and personally I don't care how long they visit for as long as it doesn't cost me a fortune). If they want to use their status to jump the citizenship queue, screw them.No offence, but should this guy not start at the back of the immigration queue?
Well considering when i took my Canadian citizenship test i had to plead allegiance to his Grandmother i'm guessing he won't need any special paperwork.Well, maybe she can get her roll in Suits back. That should pay for some of it.
No offence, but should this guy not start at the back of the immigration queue?
No, he's coming for Timmies and to cheer on God's hockey team the Maple leafs..Must be more to it then financial independence, pretty sure he already has that where he is.
If motivation for his move is up for speculation (and it really should not be) maybe he's coming here for clean water and legalized weed.
Prince Andrew was in the military too....but I don't think he'd be as welcome. Not near schools anyway."Lets not forget this guy served two tours in Afghanistan....didn't have to." Military trained, I suspect he can handle himself pretty well in a conflict and there would be at least 2% of the population that would jump in to help.