1971 Note Saves Citizenship

A handwritten note in a grandfather’s 1971 passport has saved Canadian citizenship for a young boy. In the first Federal Court ruling of its kind, a judge faulted the Department of Immigration for rejecting a citizenship application by the descendant of a traveling Canadian: “It is not a matter to be taken lightly.”

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