mo asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw & Ethics · 1 decade ago

During the Canadian citizenship process, when they take the finger print what do they check?

During the Canadian citizenship process, when they take the finger print what do they check?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    They are check to see if you been a good boy, do you have any prior criminal record..

    And they just need revenue so they make sure to charge you big bucks for this also...

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  • Tdot
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    During the citizenship process, CIC always runs a check to ensure you aren't in prison, and aren't in the process of being deported due to being convicted for a serious crime. Most convictions don't restrict a person from becoming a citizen. They also run a check with the RCMP and CSIS, to ensure you aren't considered a risk to the country and haven't been convicted of war crimes.

    In short, if CIC requested your fingerprints, they likely came across something related to someone with a similar name. They want to confirm you are not that person.

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  • heera
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    whilst they do the examine via CPIC it basically exhibits Canadian records. AFIS assessments are no longer frequently accomplished except your guy or woman historical past exhibits which you have been resident in the U. S. for a quantity of time, it fairly is not any longer a count of fee or time because of the fact it fairly is loose and it basically takes a million-2 minutes greater to get consequences back yet with out an pointed out decide for it fairly is basically no longer accomplished.

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  • Your criminal record. The print is run through Interpol, so if you've been arrested in any country (well, most countries), they will find out. It is also used to check for identity.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    They check to see if you've been through our penal system. So, if you've never been fingerprinted before, it's no big deal.

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  • 1 decade ago

    more than likely they're checking to see if you have any warrants out for your arrest in america and are trying to escape to canada, they're more than likely just doing it so you're in their system though.

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