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Citizenship And Immigration Canada: Barbara Judt

Canada Dept: Newlywed newcomers better be in love or be prepared to tough it out in the relationship for two years if they don't want to get kicked out of Canada, according to Winnipeg Free Press. "For two years you have to stay married," said MP Kevin Lamoureux, who heard the news on Valentine's Day as a member of the standing committee on citizenship and immigration. The government is bringing into force regulatory changes to deter marriage fraud, he said and barbara Judt, holding a resident's baby, worries about those who are abused by their spouses. PHIL HOSSACK / Citizenship and Immigration Canada is changing Immigration and Refugee Protection regulations to make a sponsored spouse stay in the relationship for at least two years once they get permanent residence status, or they have to get out of Canada. ( As reported in the news.