GROAN!!!

Old Apr 3rd 2003, 6:30 am
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Rbiron
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Default GROAN!!!

Can anyone help us?? We are a Canadian and U.S. couple who are in the
process of buying a house near the U.S. border so that my bf can
continue to work in the U.S. and live in Canada. We are continually
hitting road blocks regarding the sponsorship, residency and
immigration rules. Because I will not be working again until we move
(end of June) and we do not yet live together or are married, we are
having very little luck in finding a way to sponsor him. Any ideas or
assistance would be very appreciated, thank you.
 
Old Apr 3rd 2003, 10:36 am
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Jim Humphries
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Default Re: GROAN!!!

You have discovered that it is no longer possible to sponsor a fiance(e).
If you are not married, or living together or have maintained a conjugal
relationship for the past year, then you cannot sponsor him. Getting
married is the quick fix, if you intend to do so anyway.
Jim Humphries, former visa officer
"rbiron" wrote in message
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    > Can anyone help us?? We are a Canadian and U.S. couple who are in the
    > process of buying a house near the U.S. border so that my bf can
    > continue to work in the U.S. and live in Canada. We are continually
    > hitting road blocks regarding the sponsorship, residency and
    > immigration rules. Because I will not be working again until we move
    > (end of June) and we do not yet live together or are married, we are
    > having very little luck in finding a way to sponsor him. Any ideas or
    > assistance would be very appreciated, thank you.
 
Old Apr 9th 2003, 2:17 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: GROAN!!!

Sorry, but there is no way to sponsor him without a marriage or without
living together as common-law spouses for a year, unless you can prove at
least 12 months of conjugal relationship. But it will be tough. Email me
directly please.

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"rbiron" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Can anyone help us?? We are a Canadian and U.S. couple who are in the
    > process of buying a house near the U.S. border so that my bf can
    > continue to work in the U.S. and live in Canada. We are continually
    > hitting road blocks regarding the sponsorship, residency and
    > immigration rules. Because I will not be working again until we move
    > (end of June) and we do not yet live together or are married, we are
    > having very little luck in finding a way to sponsor him. Any ideas or
    > assistance would be very appreciated, thank you.
 

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