Canada should soon welcome two immigrants who are not quite like the others. Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, have hinted that this would be their new adopted country. For Harry and Meghan, accustomed to living in the royal cocoon, this establishment seems to be only a formality. But the installation of the Windsor, probably in British Columbia, could be more difficult than expected. At least in theory. “Harry will probably have to go through conventional immigration procedures” , said Professor Philippe Lagassé, an expert in royalty at Carleton University in Ottawa, to the Canadian Boadcasting Corporation.
Harry has no legal privileges as a grandson of Queen Elizabeth II because the latter, although Canada's head of state, does not have citizenship. To acquire permanent residence, Harry and Meghan will therefore have to go through an immigration procedure. It will then be necessary that
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