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Citizenship and Immigration committee  Mr. Chair, at the case processing centre in Sydney, in the program support unit, which is the unit that deals with these types of applications, we have a series of family trees. If you want to refer to them as a genealogical tool, we have an in-house system that we use on a regul

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  At this moment, I really could not answer that question. However, it is information that we could provide to you at a later time.

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  Perhaps again, Mr. Chair, I could provide a response. Currently, at the case processing centre in Sydney, we have some cases that are held in abeyance as result of the Taylor case. Of course, as this case is in front of the court of appeal, we cannot go into too much detail. But

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  It's approximately 400.

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  Mr. Chair, I'll try to answer the question as best I can. Anyone who has the need to get their proof of Canadian citizenship is asked to file an application and submit the application with the case processing centre in Sydney. If any of the cases that are received fall under th

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  Yes. They are also subject to the motion for abeyance as a result of the Taylor case, Mr. Chairman. As we were instructed to do, notification to all these applicants has been completed and we have proceeded with notifying the applicants, offering options to the applicants who are

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  They were notified by the program support officers in a unit at the case processing centre in Sydney responsible for dealing with those types of cases.

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  It was an operational direction that we received as a result of the court proceedings with the Taylor case.

May 2nd, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  Certainly, Mr. Chair, in general terms, I can assure you that when officials at the case processing centre in Sydney where Ms. Hefferon works are contacted by applicants, it is with great commitment that we respond to questions, correspondence, and faxes that come to us from our

June 5th, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  We do have a process in place at the case processing centre that we will do our best to provide a response to members of Parliament within a 24- to 48-hour period.

June 5th, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  Mr. Chair, what we attempt to do in responding to inquiries put forward by members of Parliament is to provide a response, to acknowledge the fact that we have received the questions. Depending on the individual case, if we are able to provide a pretty straightforward response, w

June 5th, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier

Citizenship and Immigration committee  Mr. Chair, I'll try to answer that to the best of my ability. In terms of applications that are submitted to the case processing centre in Sydney, we have an application from clients that we process. Whether it's an application for grant of citizenship or proof of citizenship,

June 5th, 2007Committee meeting

Rose Anne Poirier