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What happens if my Canadian permanent resident card expires?

If your PR card will expire within six months, you should apply to renew your card. You need to be in Canada. If you're re-entering Canada by commercial vehicle and have an expired PR card, get your PRTD to re-enter Canada. Check our processing times to see how long you will have to wait to…
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Is it better to pay off a credit card or pay down several?

If you're already close to maxing out your credit cards, your credit score could jump 10 points or more when you pay off credit card balances completely. If you haven't used most of your available credit, you might only gain a few points when you pay off credit card debt. Click to see full answer…
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Why is something on my credit report twice?

1. Original creditor reporting duplicate accounts. There are instances where original creditors make the mistake of sending a duplicate entry on certain accounts. If you only have ONE account with the creditor, yet have two separate accounts reporting at the credit bureaus; duplicate reporting has occurred. Click to see full answer Can a debt go…
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How long can we stay in Australia without CoE?

It is unlawful to remain in Australia on a student visa without an active CoE any longer than the 28 day allowance. The penalties for remaining in Australia unlawfully may include detention, deportation, and / or the imposition of a three year ban on returning to Australia. Click to see full answer What happens if…
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How long can you stay in US on H-1B without job?

Once you cease to be employed, you have a maximum 60-day grace period in which to either get another employer to sponsor you for H-1B employment, arrange for another visa status allowing you to stay in the U.S., or make plans to head home. Click to see full answer What happens if H1B holder loses…
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What is the issuing authority of a passport?

The Department of State issues U.S. passports to traveling U.S. citizens. We protect the integrity of the U.S. passport as proof of U.S. citizenship at home and around the world. Click to see full answer Who is the issuing authority for employment authorization card? An Employment Authorization Document (EAD) is an identification card that U.S.…
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How long is the USPTO opposition period?

Once the Gazette publishes your trademark application, an opposition period of 30 days begins. During this period, third parties have the right to oppose your trademark by filing a notice. Opposition to your trademark can only occur during this period. Click to see full answer What happens if your trademark is opposed? If a trademark…
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Can you lose US citizenship living abroad?

At one time a naturalized U.S. citizen had to maintain U.S. residence for a certain period after naturalizing. No longer. Congress repealed those laws. You could stay abroad for the rest of your life and remain a U.S. citizen. Click to see full answer Can you move to another country and keep U.S. citizenship? A…
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Can you get inquiries removed from credit report?

One way is to go directly to the creditor by sending them a certified letter in the mail. In your letter, be sure to point out which inquiry (or inquiries) were not authorized, and then request that those inquiries be removed. You could also contact the 3 big credit bureaus where the unauthorized inquiry has…
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Why is public relations important in marketing?

Public relations builds relations with a multitude of audiences depending on your business' focus. From building relationships with the media, investors, government, community, customers, and/or internally (think employees and their morale), PR gets a targeted message to your preferred audiences in impactful ways. Click to see full answer What is public relations in business? Public…
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