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Can anyone help me understand what im doing?

Can anyone help me understand what im doing?

Old Jan 9th 2008, 6:27 pm
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Default Can anyone help me understand what im doing?

hello

Im just looking through all the paper work that i have to complete under the family class immigration.

I have just come across form 1283 the financial Evaluation
and have no idea of how im supposed to fill it out.

I am in the British army paid up until the 15 jan and will get about £9000 from them when i leave on the 15th.

My wife and kids came back to canada in october they are all canadians
she is working as a hairdresser and a day home (only just started in jan)provider bringing in about
c$2200 a month.

i have read that we need to have proof that we earn about c$45000 a year
and that we cannot have a cosigner that we have.

I am worried i dont have enough funds for her to be accepted as a sponsor
i am in llivingin canada as a visiter until march but want to try to sort something out.
All i want to do is to be able to work and provide income until my immigration can come through

can anyone help me out with this form or give any advice

Thanks in Advance
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Old Jan 9th 2008, 11:09 pm
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Default Re: Can anyone help me understand what im doing?

A common question. In the case of married couples, there's no minimum income requirement needed for the sponsor.

It's also possible to stay in Canada when you have an application for sponsorship/PR pending. That's the way I did it.
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