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Canadian Citizenship: Work Commitments and Ayo

canadian citizenship: After that process was completed, the family then visited the nearest Canadian immigration office in Accra, Ghana to file the final paperwork for Ayo to receive Canadian citizenship, according to CTV. After several weeks, Clark returned to their home in Abbotsford, B.C. for work commitments while Kimberlee and Ayo waited another three months in Accra. Kimberlee and Clark Moran travelled to Ibadan, Nigeria in early August to adopt their two-year-old son Ayo. When contacted by CTV News earlier this month, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada said the intercountry adoption process can between six and eight months under ideal circumstances and as long as two years depending on the child's country of origin and other factors. Last week, however, Kimberlee was hospitalized for symptoms of her multiple sclerosis. The Morans' adoption paperwork for Ayo was first received in February 2017, which means their case is just three months shy of the two year maximum estimate. ( As reported in the news.