'9/7/2013'

'Embassy of the United Arab Emirates enhanced its fees for attestation of non-commercial documents from Rs. 2,000/- to Rs.2,500/- with effect from 9th September 2013. Fees for urgent service has been raised from Rs.3,000/- to Rs. 3,750/-'

'7/28/2013'

'Canada Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander commented that the citizenship application process has been bogged down for too long by people who delay the process for everyone else by not taking it seriously. "We are committed to ensuring that those who play by the rules and work in good faith to become Canadian citizens will not have to wait in line behind people who fail to attend their citizenship test or interview, or who fail to submit a residence questionnaire," said Minister Alexander. Applicants who have missed their test or interview will receive a final notice to remind them to contact CIC to provide a reasonable cause for not showing up. These applicants will be rescheduled a test or interview if the cause for missing their appointment is found to be reasonable. They will have two opportunities over three months to provide a reasonable cause. Otherwise, CIC will close their application.'

'9/7/2013'

'Embassy of the United Arab Emirates enhanced its fees for attestation of non-commercial documents from Rs. 2,000/- to Rs.2,500/- with effect from 9th September 2013. Fees for urgent service has been raised from Rs.3,000/- to Rs. 3,750/-'

'8/7/2013'

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'9/7/2013'

'Embassy of the United Arab Emirates enhanced its fees for attestation of non-commercial documents from Rs. 2,000/- to Rs.2,500/- with effect from 9th September 2013. Fees for urgent service has been raised from Rs.3,000/- to Rs. 3,750/-'

'7/28/2013'

'Canada Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander commented that the citizenship application process has been bogged down for too long by people who delay the process for everyone else by not taking it seriously. "We are committed to ensuring that those who play by the rules and work in good faith to become Canadian citizens will not have to wait in line behind people who fail to attend their citizenship test or interview, or who fail to submit a residence questionnaire," said Minister Alexander. Applicants who have missed their test or interview will receive a final notice to remind them to contact CIC to provide a reasonable cause for not showing up. These applicants will be rescheduled a test or interview if the cause for missing their appointment is found to be reasonable. They will have two opportunities over three months to provide a reasonable cause. Otherwise, CIC will close their application.'