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Migrating all my family with a mixed up case

Migrating all my family with a mixed up case

Old Oct 5th 2003, 12:10 pm
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Siddhartha
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Default Migrating all my family with a mixed up case

Hi!

I hope everybody would be fine.

My case for the immigration is filed and is in process. But after
reduction of the passmarks... a few of my family membes qualify for
immigration as well. My Family structure is:

1. Father (retired civil engineer) 65 years old
2. Mother (55 years old)
3. Me (My application for immigration is in process.)
4. A brother, Doctor, practising in UK
5. A sister, nurse, she qualify for immigration.
6. A sister, physiologist, she will qualify after one year of more
expereince.
7. A brother, computer programmer, he will qualify after 2 years of
more experience.
8. A brother, A level, will take addmission in university.

We are from Pakistan. We have 2,000,000 CNDs of assets atleast. We can
transfer all of the assets to canada and establish a business in
canada. Infact I've a business plan. But I've been working as a
professional engineer... and I do not have the formal business
experience.

Now I'm thinking of a proposal to move my family at once to canada. Is
it possible?

Otherwise, I'll need to go to canada first, then i'll have to work
here n there, and will need to wait for my other family memebers to
apply after my immigration and get immigration one by one. It'll take
about 3-4 years. All my family will remain disturbed in these years.
I'll only be able to move our family assests when we all get
immigration.

I think, moving as a family at once is favorable for me, my family and
for canada. My business will be able to creat a few jobs, not only for
my family memebers, but for a few other people as well.

Should I contact will provincial immigration officers? any details?

Thanks a lot in advance for all kind replies.. and guidelines.
 
Old Oct 5th 2003, 12:21 pm
  #2  
Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Migrating all my family with a mixed up case

There is no way to get entire family at once to Canada, unless each family
unit (your parents, your brother and his dependants, your sisters and their
dependants, your second brother and his dependants) separately qualifies on
their own.

The only family members you can sponsor once you are a PR in Canada and
qualify to be approved as sponsor will be your parents and their dependants
(children under 22 or if 22 or older then in full time education since
before turning 22) - you won't be able to sponsor anyone else.

So, there is no way to achieve what you want in the manner you want, it just
doesn't work that way, sorry.

You may contact me directly for free comprehensive evaluation of entire
family, their chances and possible options.

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../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
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"Siddhartha" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi!
    > I hope everybody would be fine.
    > My case for the immigration is filed and is in process. But after
    > reduction of the passmarks... a few of my family membes qualify for
    > immigration as well. My Family structure is:
    > 1. Father (retired civil engineer) 65 years old
    > 2. Mother (55 years old)
    > 3. Me (My application for immigration is in process.)
    > 4. A brother, Doctor, practising in UK
    > 5. A sister, nurse, she qualify for immigration.
    > 6. A sister, physiologist, she will qualify after one year of more
    > expereince.
    > 7. A brother, computer programmer, he will qualify after 2 years of
    > more experience.
    > 8. A brother, A level, will take addmission in university.
    > We are from Pakistan. We have 2,000,000 CNDs of assets atleast. We can
    > transfer all of the assets to canada and establish a business in
    > canada. Infact I've a business plan. But I've been working as a
    > professional engineer... and I do not have the formal business
    > experience.
    > Now I'm thinking of a proposal to move my family at once to canada. Is
    > it possible?
    > Otherwise, I'll need to go to canada first, then i'll have to work
    > here n there, and will need to wait for my other family memebers to
    > apply after my immigration and get immigration one by one. It'll take
    > about 3-4 years. All my family will remain disturbed in these years.
    > I'll only be able to move our family assests when we all get
    > immigration.
    > I think, moving as a family at once is favorable for me, my family and
    > for canada. My business will be able to creat a few jobs, not only for
    > my family memebers, but for a few other people as well.
    > Should I contact will provincial immigration officers? any details?
    > Thanks a lot in advance for all kind replies.. and guidelines.
 

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