Virtual Canadian Citizenship Ceremony Held for Immigrant
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of several ceremonies for immigrants to take the oath for Canadian citizenship. One woman, Diana Akilian, was disappointed in the news after having lived in the country for 12 years. She said it was always her dream to have a physical ceremony and she wanted her mother to be by her side. Akilian was born in Armenia and grew up in Kuwait. Although it wasn’t her plan to not have a ceremony in person, she took her oath virtually online.
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After moving from Kuwait, Akilian lived two years at a university in Lebanon before relocating to Sackville, New Brunswick, to attend Mount Allison University. She also received a degree from Oulton College in Moncton as a pharmacy tech. Now, she owns a garage in Amherst and works in auto sales. Akilian has always felt at home in Canada and is excited to now call herself an official Canadian. She said from the first day living in Canada in 2008, that she felt she was home. Canadians are tolerant and open and some of the world’s most immigrant-friendly people. Contact Canada Immigration Express to see if you are eligible to apply for a Canadian visa. Their team will walk you through the step-by-step immigration process. Contact them today!