Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada

The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (French: Ministre de la Citoyenneté et de l’Immigration) is the Minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet who is in charge for administration the federal government department of Canada in charge for immigration, expatriate and citizenship issues, Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada is also responsible for the Immigration and Refugee Board.

The present Minister is The Honorable Jason Kenney. Jason. He was appointed Canadian Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism on October 30, 2008. He was reappointed to the portfolio on May 18, 2011 and given the additional job of Chair of the Cabinet Committee on Operations. The committee provides everyday harmonization of the government’s program, including issues administration, legislation and house development, and communications.

Mr. Kenney was born in the province of Ontario and raised in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, where he had been graduated from Notre Dame College. He did his undergraduate studies in philosophy at the St. Ignatius Institute of the University of San Francisco.

Contact the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada

E-Mail: You may send comments to the Honorable Jason Kenney at

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Address of Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada:

The Honourable Jason Kenney, P.C., M.P.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Ottawa, Ontario
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Annna said...

I want to say to minister that please concentrate to reduce the backlog of Canadian Immigrants specifically who applied before mar 2008

Saba Iqbal said...

Dear Minister,
We, backlog applicants, are waiting from so many years. Please consider us for immigration. We have spent a big part of our life in wait, wait and wait

Anonymous said...

Dear Sir,
We are very much disappointed. Please give priority to applicants who are waiting for many years

Anonymous said...

minister can understand the pain of wait only when he will be facing the problems and surviving in the circumstances in which the long waiting applicants are already surviving in their respective countries and due to which they became compelled to apply for canadian immigration and diverted the direction of their patriotism towards canada from their country of living but minister is unable to understand their sentiments because he knows he has not applied for any sort of immigration to any country, specially the problem of those Pakistanis who are really in trouble due to continuously changing Geo-political position of their country and are in cue since 2006, 2007, 2008 and onward. lets see when the minister realizes the facts and understand the problems and issues of long waiting backlog.

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