Discussion in 'Atlantic Canada General' started by jediMaster_Ma, Mar 12, 2003.
Hey Rambles, I like you sig
I have not even been to canada and it feels like part of me! Maybe cos I always wanted to live there
I thought it was a good idea for a sig, your the first person to say anything
It is a great sig.
Canada is contagious.
Harsh reality time...after this semester, I may never see any of y'all again! (Except for my college friends...we'll be all over North America, so I'm sure I'll run into someone somewhere.)
Hey! Maybe we could all plan for a big "reunion" of sorts at Celebration III!!!
Yeah, we gotta get Rambles over here.
Hmm, we'll just get a really big box...
If we all pitch in, we can send him a popsickle stick and make him swim over
Get a job as a courier, Rambles, and then you can deliver something over here.
I don't know...if Chris gets his way, I'll have my Canadian citizenship before too long! lol...I don't think, though, that I will be too far from the Maritimes. It's too much a part of me now.
If you get dual citizenship, even if you live down there, you can still come up and visit whenever you wanted.
You can't get dual if your american.
Sure you can. Why not?
It's easy to get Canadian citizenship.
Free inside! Canadian citizenship card. Offer available in Canada and the USA only. Not available in Quebec. Canadian residents must correctly answer skill testing question. No purchase necessary. Details inside.
Americans can't be duals. Canadians can though.
Hmm, then she just has to renounce her American, get Canadian and then get dual with American.
//Puts on swimming trunks
I'll be over soon!
*begins gathering hypothermia treatment gear*
You do remember the North Atlantic is cold this time of year, right?
Bah, bit of a cold swim never hurt anyone
Okay, I'll just make sure I have hot chocolate ready for you in that case.
Don't make it just yet, it maybe cold when I get there
The batch I'm making now is for me.
See, Leo has never looked back since his swim in the atlantic
So, what happens if I marry a Canadian? I can become a dual citizen then, right?
Hmm, I'm no lawyer. Especially since I'm not sure if we're dealing with Canadian or American law.
And I'm no VIP. I'm limited to OPPM.