Marital discord

Old Dec 1st 2003, 6:29 pm
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Hello, I have a question I hope someone can answer. I have been married for over a year to my husband who comes from Romania. We met here in Canada through a friend, fell in love very quickly and got married. The problem is that six months into our marriage we had some problems. I think it was because we are are both very young, and at the time I was a full-time student and he was working 6-7 days a week that we just couldn't hold it together so I lived with a girlfriend while we sorted things out. I don't want to jeopardize our chances of being together because I love my husband very much, but I know he will probably have to return to Romania to reapply from there which means eventually I will have to be interviewed. I don't know if it is wise to tell them we were separated, but at the same time I doubt it's wise to lie.
I was wondering what te best course of action is and if anyone knows what our chances are event though we have had this problem.

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Old Dec 4th 2003, 3:39 am
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in a recent article, Amadea (member18501@british_expats.com) said:

    >
    > Hello, I have a question I hope someone can answer. I have been married
    > for over a year to my husband who comes from Romania. We met here in
    > Canada through a friend, fell in love very quickly and got married. The
    > problem is that six months into our marriage we had some problems. I
    > think it was because we are are both very young, and at the time I was a
    > full-time student and he was working 6-7 days a week that we just
    > couldn't hold it together so I lived with a girlfriend while we sorted
    > things out. I don't want to jeopardize our chances of being together
    > because I love my husband very much, but I know he will probably have to
    > return to Romania to reapply from there which means eventually I will
    > have to be interviewed. I don't know if it is wise to tell them we were
    > separated, but at the same time I doubt it's wise to lie.
    >
    > I was wondering what te best course of action is and if anyone knows
    > what our chances are event though we have had this problem.

They're as good as any. However, if you've had these problems so early
into your relationship, then you should be very careful about sponsoring him
at this point in time. Why? If the marriage splits (and of course we all
hope it doesn't), you will still be responsible for him as the sponsor.

When it comes to the immigration interviews, it is not wise to lie. It
is...(what's a good word?)...STUPID. You WILL get caught and you can kiss
goodbye to any successful application. Tell the truth and all will work out
for you. Just make sure that hubby is legally in Canada and did not lie on
any of his visa applications/renewals, as that will reflect negatively as
well.

Good luck.
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