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Does refusal of Skilled Worked Immigration Application interfere with future Spousal Sponsorship?

Does refusal of Skilled Worked Immigration Application interfere with future Spousal Sponsorship?

Old Apr 7th 2003, 1:59 pm
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Capita
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Default Does refusal of Skilled Worked Immigration Application interfere with future Spousal Sponsorship?

Greetings!

My girlfriend lives abroad and she applied for Skilled Worker
Immigration last year (Mar 2002).
Since then, she spent 9 months in Canada (she has a sister that lives
in Canada) and now she is back to her country.
Last October she received a request from the local Canadian Consulate
to provide the proficiency tests, which she just recently performed.
As she received the results from the English test (1st language), the
results are not very encouraging. She will be likely to score 6 out of
16 points.
And for the French test, the max estimation is 6 out of 8.
Here are the grades from the Self-assessment tool.
Education - 20
Language - 12 (estimation, since French result are not available)
Work Exp - 21
Age - 10
Arranged Emp- 0
Adapt - 5 (sister lives in Canada).
Total points:68

Questions:
1- Is there any chance for approval with such score?
2- Once the proficiency test results are submitted, can one submit
another test in 3 months or more?
3- If the application is refused, would that interfere with a future
Spouse Sponsorship? I'm thinking of a blackout period that the
candidate may not be eligible because of the refusal.
4- Since I'm a Canadian Citizen, with a steady job, living in Canada,
would it be better if we start the Sponsorship even before knowing the
end result of her the current application process?
5- If that's the case, then marriage should be the best way, I
believe. Since she still holds a valid Canadian visa, would be
appropriate for her to come to Canada as a visitor, we get married
here and then start the Inland Sponsorship?

Could anybody give some help on answering these questions?
That would be very much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
 
Old Apr 7th 2003, 4:28 pm
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Jim Humphries
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Default Re: Does refusal of Skilled Worked Immigration Application interfere with future Spousal Sponsorship

There is no chance for approval with such a low score. If there is a
spousal sponsorship any refusal now would have no influence. If you intend
to marry then do so and sponsor her. If she has a valid visa have her come
to Canada, marry and submit an inland sponsorship.
--
Jim Humphries, former visa officer
"Capita" wrote in message
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    > Greetings!
    > My girlfriend lives abroad and she applied for Skilled Worker
    > Immigration last year (Mar 2002).
    > Since then, she spent 9 months in Canada (she has a sister that lives
    > in Canada) and now she is back to her country.
    > Last October she received a request from the local Canadian Consulate
    > to provide the proficiency tests, which she just recently performed.
    > As she received the results from the English test (1st language), the
    > results are not very encouraging. She will be likely to score 6 out of
    > 16 points.
    > And for the French test, the max estimation is 6 out of 8.
    > Here are the grades from the Self-assessment tool.
    > Education - 20
    > Language - 12 (estimation, since French result are not available)
    > Work Exp - 21
    > Age - 10
    > Arranged Emp- 0
    > Adapt - 5 (sister lives in Canada).
    > Total points:68
    > Questions:
    > 1- Is there any chance for approval with such score?
    > 2- Once the proficiency test results are submitted, can one submit
    > another test in 3 months or more?
    > 3- If the application is refused, would that interfere with a future
    > Spouse Sponsorship? I'm thinking of a blackout period that the
    > candidate may not be eligible because of the refusal.
    > 4- Since I'm a Canadian Citizen, with a steady job, living in Canada,
    > would it be better if we start the Sponsorship even before knowing the
    > end result of her the current application process?
    > 5- If that's the case, then marriage should be the best way, I
    > believe. Since she still holds a valid Canadian visa, would be
    > appropriate for her to come to Canada as a visitor, we get married
    > here and then start the Inland Sponsorship?
    > Could anybody give some help on answering these questions?
    > That would be very much appreciated.
    > Thanks in advance.
 

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