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Description found in Archives
Sub-series part of
Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Language of material
Added language of material: French
Scope and content
This is a preliminary record, please consult the linked accessions. Sub-series consists of a selection of case files from the Canada Immigration Centre in Edmundston, New Brunswick. There are "precedent setting" or "fat files", along with an "F" sample (all case files on persons whose surname begins with the letter F). A significant portion of the records is in the French language.
Conditions of access
Copyright belongs to the Crown.
Biography / Administrative history
The Canada Immigration Centre (CIC) in Edmundston, New Brunswick was a primary contact for all immigrants to New Brunswick other than those arriving with completed documentation, all visitors requiring special documentation, and all persons wishing to sponsor or guarantee the immigration of relatives abroad. Since a number of Ministerial powers have been delegated to the CIC level, these field offices can also issue and extend Minister's permits and issue permits to returning residents. Most CICs also undertake investigation of immigration irregularities, and represent the Program at formal inquiry hearings involving refused claims, deportations, and exclusions.
Related control no.
1. 1989-90/053 GAD
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