الخميس، أبريل 03، 2014

اسئلة الجنسيىة الكندية بالاجوبة

     قبل الحصول على الجنسية الكندية يجب على المتقدم اجتياز اختبار اللغة واختبار الجنسيىة. هذه بعض اسئلة اختبار الجنسية وستجد الاجوبة تحتها خط. بالتوفيق 

    The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship

  1. Name two fundamental freedoms under Canadian law.

    1. Equality rights and care for the environment
    2. Aboriginal rights and conserving water
    3. Freedom of speech and freedom of religion
    4. The Magna Carta and English common law
  2. List four additional rights Canadian citizens have under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

    1. The right to be educated in either official language, the right to apply for a Canadian passport, the right to vote, the right to enter and leave Canada freely
    2. The right of be educated in either official language, the right to apply for a Canadian passport, the right to drive, the right to enter and leave Canada freely
    3. The right to enter and leave Canada and the United States freely, the right to apply for a Canadian passport, the right to be educated, the right to vote
    4. The right to live and work anywhere in Canada, the right to vote, the right to be educated in either official language, the right to drive
  3. Name three responsibilities of Canadian citizenship.

    1. Serving on a jury, keeping your yard tidy and helping others in the community
    2. Obeying the law, voting in elections and working for the government
    3. Obeying the law, voting in elections and taking responsibility for oneself and family
    4. Voting in elections, taking responsibility for others and protecting the environment
  4. Give an example of how you can help in the community.

    1. Wear red on Canada Day
    2. Drive to work
    3. Volunteer at a food bank
    4. Wash your car
  5. What is meant by the "equality of women and men"?

    1. Men and women are treated equally under the law.
    2. Men and women are the same
    3. Men and women are similar
    4. Men and women need to obey the law
  6. Who has the right to vote in federal elections?

    1. Canadian citizens who are at least 19 years of age and on the voters' list.
    2. Canadian citizens who are at least 18 years of age and on the voters' list.
    3. Canadian citizens and landed immigrants who are at least 18 years of age
    4. Canadian citizens and landed immigrants who are at least 19 years of age
  7. List three ways you can protect the environment.

    1. Recycle, conserve energy and water and join a car pool
    2. Recycle, conserve energy and drive your car to work
    3. Recycle, conserve energy and mow your lawn
    4. Recycle, conserve energy and buy bottled water
  8. What does "due process" mean?

    1. You must prove your innocence in court
    2. The government must respect all the legal rights a person is entitled to under the law
    3. The government must respect most of the legal rights a person is entitled to under the law
    4. The law applies to everyone in Canada, except judges and politicians
  9. What do you promise when you take the oath of citizenship?

    1. To pledge your loyalty to the Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II
    2. To pledge your allegiance to the flag and fulfill the duties of a Canadian
    3. To pledge your allegiance to the Canadian Constitution
    4. To pledge your loyalty to Canada from sea to sea
  10. Government, Elections and Voting Procedures

  11. Name the three levels of government in Canada

    1. Federal, state and municipal
    2. Federal, provincial or territorial and state
    3. Federal, provincial or territorial and municipal
    4. Federal, provincial or territorial and local
  12. Name two responsibilities of the federal government?

    1. Snow removal and national defence
    2. Foreign policy and firefighting
    3. Emergency services and citizenship
    4. Foreign policy and national defence
  13. Who is Canada's Head of State?

    1. The Prime Minister, Stephen Harper
    2. The Governor General, David Johnston
    3. The consort of the Queen, Prince Phillip
    4. The Sovereign, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  14. What are the three parts of Parliament?

    1. The Sovereign, the House of Commons and the Senate
    2. The Sovereign, the Prime Minister and the Premiers
    3. The Sovereign, the Governor General and the Prime Minister
    4. The Prime Minister, the House of Commons and the Senate
  15. Who represents the Sovereign in Canada?

    1. The Governor General, David Johnston
    2. The Governor General, Adrienne Clarkson
    3. The Prime Minister, Stephen Harper
    4. The Premier, Dalton McGuinty
  16. Who do Canadians vote for in a federal election?

    1. A candidate they want to represent them in Parliament
    2. A candidate they want to be the Premier
    3. A candidate they want to be represent them in the Senate
    4. A candidate they want to be the Head of State
  17. When does an election have to be held according to the Constitution?

    1. Within three years of the last election
    2. Every four years following the most recent general election
    3. Within five years of the last election
    4. Whenever the Sovereign decides
  18. How many electoral districts are there in Canada?

    1. 803
    2. 308
    3. 300
    4. 305
  19. What is a voter information card?

    1. The written proof that you have voted
    2. A list of all the candidates running in a federal election
    3. A form that tells you your name is on the voters' list and where you vote.
    4. A form that tells you who to vote for
  20. What should you do if you don't receive a voter's card?

    1. Call the police
    2. Contact Elections Canada or visit their website to ensure your name is on the voter's list
    3. Call your Member of Parliament
    4. Assume you cannot vote
  21. What is meant by a "secret ballot"?

    1. An unknown voting location
    2. A private candidates' meeting
    3. No one can accompany you to a polling station
    4. No one can watch you vote and no one should look at how you voted

الأربعاء، فبراير 12، 2014

الان يسن للكنديين دعوة ابائهم واجدادهم للعيش في كندا

في بداية الشهر الحالي اعلن الوزير المكلف للهجرة والجنسية الكندية عن بدا قبول طلبات هجرة الاباء والاجداد الى كندا. الان بامكان حاملي الجنسية الكندية والمقيمين الدائمين في كندا القيام بملا استمارات دعوة ذويهم للعيش معهم في كندا. ستقوم ادارة الهجرة باستقبال 5000 طلب فقط في هذا العام 2014 وهذا الرقم بالاظافة الى زوجات واطفال الاباء والاجداد. بالاظافة الى طلب تاشيرة الهجرة الدائمة يتمتع الاباء والاجداد بامكانية طلب تاشيرة اقامة مؤقتة قد تصل الى عامان وبتاشيرة عدة سفرات لمدة عشرة سنوات.

كندا تقوم باصدار تاشيرة عدة سفرات

اصدرت الحكومة الكندية بيانا بشان اصدار تاشيرة عدة سفرات للراغبيين بالسفر الى كندا. ابتداء من الشهر الحالي سيسن لطالبي تاشيرة زيارة الى كندا الحصول على تاشيرة عدة سفرات قد تصل الى عشرة سنوات وبرسوم 100 دولار فقط بدلا من 150 دولار. وسيكون الحد الاقصى للاقامة في كندا ستة اشهر. وتقول الحكومة الكندية ان الغرض من ذلك هو دعم السياحة والاقتصاد في البلد.