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Inland and Outland - The correct forms

Old Feb 19th 2013, 2:15 am
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Hi!

I know it's best to go for the outland option when being sponsored by a spouse but the forms don't seem to mention inland or outland.

I am living with my partner in Canada and have done for the last 18 months. I wish to do the outland application for PR. The help guide states:

1•If your spouse, partner or accompanying dependent child lives with you in Canada, use the Application for Permanent Residence in Canada—Spouse or Common-law Partner.

2•If your spouse, partner or dependent child lives outside Canada, use the Application to Sponsor a Member of the Family Class (FC).

Which do I choose, 1 or 2?

Thank you!
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Originally Posted by skytek
Hi!

I know it's best to go for the outland option when being sponsored by a spouse but the forms don't seem to mention inland or outland.

I am living with my partner in Canada and have done for the last 18 months. I wish to do the outland application for PR. The help guide states:

1•If your spouse, partner or accompanying dependent child lives with you in Canada, use the Application for Permanent Residence in Canada—Spouse or Common-law Partner.

2•If your spouse, partner or dependent child lives outside Canada, use the Application to Sponsor a Member of the Family Class (FC).

Which do I choose, 1 or 2?

Thank you!
You use number 2 for 'outland'

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...cations/fc.asp

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Thank you so much Siouxie!
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Old Feb 19th 2013, 6:30 am
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You can apply outland even if you live in Canada.

On form IMM 0008 you'll specify London (assuming you're british/irish) for the visa office you want to process your file.
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