Media articles: conditional permanent residence

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Addressing concerns about marriage fraud
Advocates hail end to 'conditional' spousal visas
Liberals repeal Conservative immigrant residency requirement targeting marriage fraud
Canada removes threat of deportation for sponsored partners
Les migrantes parrainées restent vulnérables face à un conjoint violent
Activists hail proposed changes to spousal sponsorship rules
Abused spouses trapped by residency rules
Liberals Urged To Repeal Rule That Traps Immigrant Women In Abusive Homes
Refugee advocates appeal to Liberals
Repeal measure that leaves immigrant women vulnerable to abuse, group urges
Edmonton mother who alleges domestic abuse fears losing children, being deported - Edmonton - CBC News
Immigration guide for detecting marriage fraud called ‘racist and offensive’
Domestic violence cases spike after immigration law amendment
Domestic violence among immigrant women a growing concern
Immigrants to Canada in abusive relationships must choose deportation or more abuse
How Canada keeps some immigrant women in their place
Temporary immigrants mean temporary loyalties
Marriage fraud: Canadian immigration officials tread thin line
Citizenship and Immigration launches campaign targeting marriage fraud
Immigration Canada launches ad campaign against marriage fraud
Canadian immigration changes force women to stay with sponsoring spouse for two years
Marriage fraud law helps and hinders
Canada unique for lack of xenophobic sentiment in public discourse: Kenney
Marriage fraud crackdown: Spouses sponsored by Canadians now face two-year probation
Fraude en immigration: rester en couple sous peine d'expulsion
Critics raise concerns about new marriage fraud measures
Russian bride leaves elderly man with $25K welfare bill - British Columbia - CBC News
Immigration marriage fraud crackdown raising concerns about domestic abuse
Foreign spouses face tighter rules in Canada
Kenney Using ‘Marriage Fraud” Nonsense To Put Foreign Spouses At The Mercy Of Their Canadian Sponsors

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