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Subject: military service problem
  mandatory military service is 2 years in my country. I´ve served for 1 year and then i was sent to reserve because of a false medical diagnosis claiming that i have an incurable mental disease(in fact i DON´T have such an illness, any medical examination can confirm that. I just did it for relieving from military service). Can this circumstance be a problem when applying for visa or during any other process of becoming a citizen?
Thank you

[26-07-2012,04:49]
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simbat
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so u lied to get out of military service. u could also lie to get become PR... fact is.... u are a lier...
[26-07-2012,10:30]
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SG
(in reply to: military service problem)
CIC weighs most on where the applicants do their military service because of the possibility of crimes against humanity or links to terrorist activities.

One would worry about the applicant´s possibility of holding a valid and subsisting passport until the time of landing as permanent resident of Canada because of a valid passport is a must.

An incurable mental disease could be an issue when undergoing am immigration medical examination.

[26-07-2012,11:45]
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