Immigration of stateless person

Old Jun 30th 2005, 12:21 pm
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Hi guys

If principle applicants is citizen of a country, but his child become stateless due to some technical issue, Can the child still immigrate to Canada as dependent??
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Old Jun 30th 2005, 12:45 pm
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Yes, as long as child has valid and acceptable certificate of identity, travel document or passport issued by recognized authority.

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Hi guys

If principle applicants is citizen of a country, but his child become stateless due to some technical issue, Can the child still immigrate to Canada as dependent??
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Old Jun 30th 2005, 1:05 pm
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Yes, as long as child has valid and acceptable certificate of identity, travel document or passport issued by recognized authority.
Let me tell you the story:-

My children has surrendered their Pakistan citizenship in 1998, but Pak Hicom letter said they would forward the application for confirmation. Since now we did not heard anything from them.

Now Singapore want that confirmation, when I contacted Pak Hicom they seems to lost all record regarding this case. Thus not replying anything, at other end Singapore required child to re-affirm his Singapore Citizenship before his 22nd birth day. Otherwise child would lose his citizenship.

At other end i am not sure if Pakistan would recognise his as citizen of Pakistan or not??

My be Singapore would accept our explanation?

I am just worried what is future has in store for my children. He has almost finish his military service in Singapore.

I really do not know, anyway with Pakistan hopefully we try to full few strings to get the matter clear.

But i am fearfull for worst.

Hope god help us to clear this!!
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Old Jun 30th 2005, 1:15 pm
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I'm sorry Azam, but I know nothing about laws in Singapore and Pakistan, thus I can't help you here.

Didn't Ms. E. tell you that your kids need proper identification documents? If she didn't then I really don't know what to think about her anymore. Did she submit your application yet? If not then what are you waiting for?

Email me please some update about your brother's decision making progress - I didn't hear from you for quite some time and didn't get reply from you to my last email (about 3 weeks ago).

Originally Posted by Azam Ali
Let me tell you the story:-

My children has surrendered their Pakistan citizenship in 1998, but Pak Hicom letter said they would forward the application for confirmation. Since now we did not heard anything from them.

Now Singapore want that confirmation, when I contacted Pak Hicom they seems to lost all record regarding this case. Thus not replying anything, at other end Singapore required child to re-affirm his Singapore Citizenship before his 22nd birth day. Otherwise child would lose his citizenship.

At other end i am not sure if Pakistan would recognise his as citizen of Pakistan or not??

My be Singapore would accept our explanation?

I am just worried what is future has in store for my children. He has almost finish his military service in Singapore.

I really do not know, anyway with Pakistan hopefully we try to full few strings to get the matter clear.

But i am fearfull for worst.

Hope god help us to clear this!!
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Old Jun 30th 2005, 1:21 pm
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I'm sorry Azam, but I know nothing about laws in Singapore and Pakistan, thus I can't help you here.

Didn't Ms. E. tell you that your kids need proper identification documents? If she didn't then I really don't know what to think about her anymore. Did she submit your application yet? If not then what are you waiting for?

Email me please some update about your brother's decision making progress - I didn't hear from you for quite some time and didn't get reply from you to my last email (about 3 weeks ago).
They do have Singapore Citizenship now, only gray area would start when they touch 22, even I also discovered this yesterday. So she is not aware of it.

It might be a false alarm but i do not want to take chance.

I would send you email directly later.
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