VA Home Loans For Housing

A growing number of veterans and service members are using their VA home loan benefit from the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA's home loan program has continued to be a popular choice in the current housing market.
The VA home loan volume has improved more than 30% from last year. Officials say it is due to the exclusion of many no-down payment loan programs in the conventional mortgage industry along with good loan terms.

In Canada the Employment Insurance (EI) provides financial assistance to citizens who have lost their jobs. The working scheme of EI is similar to car insurance while you work you pay premiums to be entitled to benefits. To get EI you need to work for a certain period called qualifying period and you must have lost your employment through no fault of your own. You can start gaining benefits right after you lost your job and the maximum benefit is set at 55% of your insurable earnings. EI is governed by the Employment Insurance Act R.S. 1996 c. 23, and run by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC).

"In wrongful dismissal cases, the wrong suffered by the employee is the breach by the employer of the implied contract term to give reasonable notice before terminating the contract of employment. Damages are awarded to place the employee in the same position as he/she would have been had reasonable notice been given."
The first definition of Wrongful Dismissal

In Canada there are two main reasons for deportation or removal: if a person has illegally entered Canada or if the person if convicted of a serious offence. The determining factor in the case of deportation is usually the type and the nature of the offence. A foreign national or permanent resident who was already deported from Canada once, can not enter Canadian territory without special ministerial consent. There are three types of deportation in Canada basing on the types of deported persons.

Deportation of Permanent Residents
Permanent residents can be deported from Canada for following reasons.
- If a permanent resident was convicted of committing certain criminal offenses before coming to Canada;