Best course of action?

Old Mar 31st 2008, 11:44 am
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Default Re: Best course of action?

Originally Posted by OrigamiAirplane
I see.

Thing is, as you probably know, the "excessive demands" clause is waived during family sponsorship, so what if she's medically examined during my permanent residency application,
If she is medically examined during your PR application and fails, then whole family gets refused, normally.

EDIT: and out of interest, what does someone do if they move to Canada, and then become partners with someone in the UK, e.g. during a family trip? Are they forever barred as they weren't declared during the initial application?
Not a problem - provided the relationship did not exist at the time they became a permanent resident.
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