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Inland Application but leave country due to family emergency

Old Apr 3rd 2003, 2:25 pm
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Dharmesh Goel
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Hello,

I would really appreciate someone's help with this situation. My brother
filed an application to sponsor his wife (on student visa) within Canada
(inland processing) in October of 2002. Their application is still
outstanding. Now my sister-in-law has to rush back to India on account
of her mother's deteriorating health. What can she do? The CIC call
centre advises her not to go as she could be refused entry back into
Canada. Surely there is a process for such situations. Not going back is
not an option for her. I would really appreciate anyone's advise on
this. Are there any steps she can take now or once in India that will
allow her to come back.

She applied in Oct 2002. Last month she was advised that her medical
report was incomplete (medical exam was in Canada). So now she had to
scramble to get the doctor to fax the whole report again. The CIC says
her file will have to be re-processed. She received the go ahead to file
for a work permit as well.

Once again, I would really appreciate some advise.

Sincerely,

DG
 
Old Apr 4th 2003, 1:11 am
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Dharmesh Goel wrote in message news:...
    > Hello,
    >
    > I would really appreciate someone's help with this situation. My brother
    > filed an application to sponsor his wife (on student visa) within Canada
    > (inland processing) in October of 2002. Their application is still
    > outstanding. Now my sister-in-law has to rush back to India on account
    > of her mother's deteriorating health. What can she do? The CIC call
    > centre advises her not to go as she could be refused entry back into
    > Canada. Surely there is a process for such situations. Not going back is
    > not an option for her. I would really appreciate anyone's advise on
    > this. Are there any steps she can take now or once in India that will
    > allow her to come back.
    >
    > She applied in Oct 2002. Last month she was advised that her medical
    > report was incomplete (medical exam was in Canada). So now she had to
    > scramble to get the doctor to fax the whole report again. The CIC says
    > her file will have to be re-processed. She received the go ahead to file
    > for a work permit as well.
    >
    > Once again, I would really appreciate some advise.
    >
    > Sincerely,
    >
    > DG

It is highly unlikely (read never) that she would be let back in these
circumstances. I would cancel her in land application and file a new
aplpication to be processed in INdia Immediately.

Jim Metcalfe
 
Old Apr 5th 2003, 9:41 am
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People do it all the time, i wouldn't worry too much. Though it might be riskier if you are from India, rather than say the US.
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Old Apr 5th 2003, 9:17 pm
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    > People do it all the time, i wouldn't worry too much. Though it might be
    > riskier if you are from India, rather than say the US.
It's not a matter of India or the US but whether you need a visitors visa or
not.




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Old Apr 6th 2003, 11:59 am
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Thats not really the case, they are much more likely to not give a US citizen a hard time at immigration than they are an Indian citizen thats just the way it is and no i am not being racist.
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