Any rights for canada pensions living in the us?

I lived in Canada for 45 years and moved to the US in 2006. I was previously married for 24 years , and divorced in 2003. I also worked in Canada for most of my adult years and paid CPP etc. I would like to know if I have any rights to either pension in Canada, and if I am eligible for anything in regard to being the main caretaker of our 4 kids while living there.


Asked 7 months ago in Minnesota
Categories: Immigration  Family

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