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An American Special Educational need teaching wanting to relocate to Nova Scotia.

An American Special Educational need teaching wanting to relocate to Nova Scotia.

Old May 9th 2016, 12:38 am
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Default An American Special Educational need teaching wanting to relocate to Nova Scotia.

Currently living in Frankfurt working for a large international school. Fiancée is a Canadian and is returning home next year and I want to join him but continue working in my field.

Any ideas how we go about this before we get our heads in the books?

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Old May 9th 2016, 12:46 am
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Default Re: An American Special Educational need teaching wanting to relocate to Nova Scotia.

Originally Posted by Lamin
Currently living in Frankfurt working for a large international school. Fiancée is a Canadian and is returning home next year and I want to join him but continue working in my field.

Any ideas how we go about this before we get our heads in the books?

Thanks
I'm confused! Doesn't take much but hey.

In a post earlier today, you said you were a Canadian citizen. Now you're engaged to one? Can you clarify, are you both citizens or are you asking about spousal sponsorship?
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Old May 9th 2016, 1:41 am
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Default Re: An American Special Educational need teaching wanting to relocate to Nova Scotia.

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I'm confused! Doesn't take much but hey.

In a post earlier today, you said you were a Canadian citizen. Now you're engaged to one? Can you clarify, are you both citizens or are you asking about spousal sponsorship?
We both share the same login. I have dual citizenship Brit / CDN and have done for a few years. I currently live in Frankfurt but will be returning to Canada for good next year when my contract finishes.

My fiancée who I met whilst here, an American citizen would like to join me. We would like to go through the work visa route at first if we can , failing that then we will get married but it will mean bringing it forward more than we intended.

I hope that clarifies, thanks very much
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Default Re: An American Special Educational need teaching wanting to relocate to Nova Scotia.

Originally Posted by Lamin
We both share the same login. I have dual citizenship Brit / CDN and have done for a few years. I currently live in Frankfurt but will be returning to Canada for good next year when my contract finishes.

My fiancée who I met whilst here, an American citizen would like to join me. We would like to go through the work visa route at first if we can , failing that then we will get married but it will mean bringing it forward more than we intended.

I hope that clarifies, thanks very much
Ah, ok. It would be much better if you could ask your fiancee to set up her own account on BE, to save any confusion.

I think that the chances of getting a LMIA for your fiancee are very slim tbh, and spousal sponsorship would make far more sense. Have you lived together for a year or more? If so, there's no need to get married before you sponsor her, as you can do so as her common-law partner.

HTH a bit.
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