Experts please Help

Old Apr 10th 2004, 12:23 pm
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B&Y
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Default Experts please Help

Hi,

I have a special case sponsorship.

In 1999 I married a woman from outside of Canada, and she landed in
April 2001. Unfortuntaley our relationship broke down, we broke up,
and she returned to her country. We had signed a 10 year undertaking,
which has not been a problem since 1) she left the country, 2) she
never claimed anything

In late 2002, I met a wonderful woman, unforunately she is also from
over-seas.. we fell in love, and we got married. I applied to sponsor
her, but our attempt was rejected, and we were told we had to wait
until April of 2004 to apply again. We had to wait for three years
until the ex-spouse had landed and became a PR. Even though the
immigration people sent us a letter saying we can apply in April of
2004 (three years after the first spouse became a PR) I am worried.
Did they make a mistake and think that my original undertaking was
only three years, and thats why they sent me this letter? Does the
three year rule apply to us? What does the law / immigration
regulations say with that regard?

Any help would be appreciated.....

regards,

B&Y.
 
Old Apr 10th 2004, 2:28 pm
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Jim Humphries
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Default Re: Experts please Help

The new law says three years.
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Jim Humphries, former visa officer
"B&Y" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi,
    > I have a special case sponsorship.
    > In 1999 I married a woman from outside of Canada, and she landed in
    > April 2001. Unfortuntaley our relationship broke down, we broke up,
    > and she returned to her country. We had signed a 10 year undertaking,
    > which has not been a problem since 1) she left the country, 2) she
    > never claimed anything
    > In late 2002, I met a wonderful woman, unforunately she is also from
    > over-seas.. we fell in love, and we got married. I applied to sponsor
    > her, but our attempt was rejected, and we were told we had to wait
    > until April of 2004 to apply again. We had to wait for three years
    > until the ex-spouse had landed and became a PR. Even though the
    > immigration people sent us a letter saying we can apply in April of
    > 2004 (three years after the first spouse became a PR) I am worried.
    > Did they make a mistake and think that my original undertaking was
    > only three years, and thats why they sent me this letter? Does the
    > three year rule apply to us? What does the law / immigration
    > regulations say with that regard?
    > Any help would be appreciated.....
    > regards,
    > B&Y.
 

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