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Marrying before the interview date- Mr.Andrew Miller; Mr.Jim Humphries; and Experts

Marrying before the interview date- Mr.Andrew Miller; Mr.Jim Humphries; and Experts

Old Aug 12th 2004, 2:41 pm
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Dexter
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Hi Mr.Andrew Miller; Mr.Jim Humphries; and Experts

This week I received an interview date from the Canadian Embassy for
my PR application, and they gave me quite a few months to prepare all
the necessary additional documents to bring to the interview.

Both my fiance and I applied separately under the skilled worker
category, and apparently she haven't received an interview date for
her application. Therefore I am worried and afraid, she might not be
able to travel with me to Canada. Similarly, I don't want to
contemplate the possibility of leaving for Canada without her and I
have to come back and marry her and start the sponsoring process
outside of Canada and the agony of enduring another immigration cycle,
just because I didn't take the opportunity to add her now before the
interview date or before my PR application come to an end.

My question are as follows:

1.I was wondering, can I get married before a judge and to add her to
my application right away and inform them of the changes before the
set interview
date or I can just bring the marriage contract with me and inform them
during
the interview and pay the necessary fees at their office.

2. If I can marry her now and add her to my application, will they
perceive my
application negatively, because of her existing PR application.


3. Is there anything I can do to include her before the interview date
?

All advice from experts are taken into account and would be
appreciated greatly.

I look forward to hear wise counsels from all immigration experts.

Sincerely,

Daryl
 
Old Aug 12th 2004, 2:45 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Get married now and notify visa post about the fact - ask for instructions
how to add your spouse to your case and don't forget to mention that she is
a separate applicant and provide her file number. Do it all ASAP.

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Andrew P. Miller
Authorized Immigration Consultant

Registered member of CSIC - ID# M041188
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
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"dexter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi Mr.Andrew Miller; Mr.Jim Humphries; and Experts
    > This week I received an interview date from the Canadian Embassy for
    > my PR application, and they gave me quite a few months to prepare all
    > the necessary additional documents to bring to the interview.
    > Both my fiance and I applied separately under the skilled worker
    > category, and apparently she haven't received an interview date for
    > her application. Therefore I am worried and afraid, she might not be
    > able to travel with me to Canada. Similarly, I don't want to
    > contemplate the possibility of leaving for Canada without her and I
    > have to come back and marry her and start the sponsoring process
    > outside of Canada and the agony of enduring another immigration cycle,
    > just because I didn't take the opportunity to add her now before the
    > interview date or before my PR application come to an end.
    > My question are as follows:
    > 1.I was wondering, can I get married before a judge and to add her to
    > my application right away and inform them of the changes before the
    > set interview
    > date or I can just bring the marriage contract with me and inform them
    > during
    > the interview and pay the necessary fees at their office.
    > 2. If I can marry her now and add her to my application, will they
    > perceive my
    > application negatively, because of her existing PR application.
    > 3. Is there anything I can do to include her before the interview date
    > ?
    > All advice from experts are taken into account and would be
    > appreciated greatly.
    > I look forward to hear wise counsels from all immigration experts.
    > Sincerely,
    > Daryl
 

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