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I (Canadian Citizen) wish to sponsor my Gfriend (Taiwanese) for residency. Fastest way?

I (Canadian Citizen) wish to sponsor my Gfriend (Taiwanese) for residency. Fastest way?

Old Jul 6th 2003, 7:39 am
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Chris
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Default I (Canadian Citizen) wish to sponsor my Gfriend (Taiwanese) for residency. Fastest way?

Hello,

I would like to sponsor my girlfriend for residency here in Canada.
We have been together now for close to 2 years, some of the time at my
house in Canada, the rest in Taiwan. Marriage is not something we want
at this point.

I have heard from a few places that we can increase the speed through
which our application is processed if we apply through an embassy in
another country. Kate has finished her university degree and is eager
to start working now. Because of the whole work permit/residency
situation, it's going to be very difficult for her to find a job here.

What can we do to get her residency through the quickest way possible.
I don't mind hiring a lawyer if it will help but I don't need to pay
2-3 grand to have someone simply fill out forms for me.

Has anyone heard of overseas applications?

Thanks,
Chris
 
Old Jul 6th 2003, 8:08 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: I (Canadian Citizen) wish to sponsor my Gfriend (Taiwanese) for residency. Fastest way?

I already replied to your direct email - check your inbox please.

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"Chris" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hello,
    > I would like to sponsor my girlfriend for residency here in Canada.
    > We have been together now for close to 2 years, some of the time at my
    > house in Canada, the rest in Taiwan. Marriage is not something we want
    > at this point.
    > I have heard from a few places that we can increase the speed through
    > which our application is processed if we apply through an embassy in
    > another country. Kate has finished her university degree and is eager
    > to start working now. Because of the whole work permit/residency
    > situation, it's going to be very difficult for her to find a job here.
    > What can we do to get her residency through the quickest way possible.
    > I don't mind hiring a lawyer if it will help but I don't need to pay
    > 2-3 grand to have someone simply fill out forms for me.
    > Has anyone heard of overseas applications?
    > Thanks,
    > Chris
 

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