Record immigration is a yawn – and that’s a good thing, November 4
Andrew Phillips rightly points to the inefficiency of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, but does not elaborate on the suffering of those who are the victims of IRCC’s dysfunctions. For example, my wife, Rubina Roohi, and I landed in Canada on August 3, 2021.
While I got my permanent resident card within two months, she never did.
She waited and waited and finally died.
Also, it’s a nightmare to contact IRCC; we have still not been able to notify the institution of his death (although this is desirable), as there is no easy way for a lay person to contact them.