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Quebec Immigration Office in Damascus closed as of May 31, 2011

For the safety of its clients and staff as well as for maintaining the proper treatment of its immigration cases in the current context in some parts of the Middle East, the Department of Immigration and Cultural Communities chose to close the Quebec Immigration Office in Damascus as of May 31, 2011. Immigration activities held there will now be conducted from the department offices in Montreal.

This news involves no changes to the business category clients, whose treatment has already been based in Montreal in recent years.

Selection interviews conducted by the Ministry with the candidates from Middle East will be held on neighboring territories easily accessible for clients. This practice, common to the Department, is already used in different territories.

The Department is looking forward to continue its activities from the Middle East with the same diligence as quickly as possible.


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Antigua Launches Attractive New Investment Option

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Montenegro’s Latest Approved Development in Kolasin

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Montenegro
A Demand for Extraordinary Measures

A Demand for Extraordinary Measures

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A Demand for Extraordinary Measures

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