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Mr Miller & all Experts, please help!!!

Mr Miller & all Experts, please help!!!

Old Apr 7th 2003, 12:38 pm
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Andrew Fu
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Default Mr Miller & all Experts, please help!!!

Mr Miller & all Experts,

I have some very headache situations:

1. I have gotten my permanent residence paper in the end of 1996.

2. I have done my landing process in the end of 1997.

3. I re-entered Canada with my wife (she was my girl friend at that
time and she held visiting visa) on April 21, 1998.

4. We got married in Canada on May 16, 1998. (We actually had our
traditional marriage ceremony on April 16, 1998, which is just one
week before our arriving Canada). We intended to establish our
permanent residence here.

5. I submitted my wife¡¦s PR application within Canada around
Sept 1998. It was just one week after I found my 1st job in Canada.

6. Unfortunately, we informed by brother in the middle of October
1998 said my father was very urgent sick in my home country
(Small Cell Lung Cancel). We must fly back my home country
immediately.

By the rule of immigration procedure, my wife should not go back with
me while her PR application processed within Canada. However, she
had no choice, she must go with me.

7. Because my father¡¦s health was getting worse at that time. We
could not leave my mother alone and I must help to handle some of my
father¡¦s business. Therefore, we stayed in our home country. We
didn¡¦t inform Buffalo CIC. We were not allowed to leave any foreign
address for my wife¡¦s case.

8. We were just so busy like end of world at that time and no time to
think about my wife¡¦s immigration case. She miss attended an interview
that was informed by CIC. (Our landlord informed us, we asked him to
read all documents from immigration centre for us.) Finally, they closed
my wife¡¦s application.

9. During my father¡¦s sickness, I had applied a ¡§Returning Resident
Permit¡¨
paper for myself from Canadian Visa Office Taipei. They allowed me to stay
abroad from May 27, 1999 to May 15,2001. It was almost two years.


10. Eventually, my father had passed away in the middle of Sept 1999.
At the same time, my 1st child was born on Sept 6, 1999 in Taipei.

11. The sad stories never end, my mother got breast cancel in the beginning
of
2000. Her doctor performed an operation on her in January 2000.

12. My 2nd child was born on July 3, 2002 in Taipei.

13. During the pass few years, I just had no energy to think too much about
immigration to Canada. However, after the end of the period of the
paper ¡§Returning Resident Permit¡¨. I entered into Canada every half a
year
(less than 183 days in between two entrances), just wanted to keep my PR
status (it¡¦s not necessary for the new Immigration laws).


14. I decide to resume my residential responsibility since the beginning of
2003, I re-enter into Canada on Feb 10, 2003 until present. I intend to
reunite my family in Canada to establish our permanent residence here.


??? Questions of mine:

1.***Am I eligible to apply Permanent Resident Card (PR Card.)?

2.***Am I eligible to re-apply to sponsor my wife and two dependent
children of mine to come to Canada as a member of the family class?

Reasons why I am asking the above questions. Because it takes time
to restart in Canada (hard to find a suitable job to meet the minimum
annual gross amount required at the beginning. But, I can provide
some certificates of deposit of my wife¡¦s and mine that are our saving
money before my landing status was appeared. Can I just submit the
above certificates to proof my financial ability to sponsor three of them
without any Evidence of employment income (pay stubs) over the 12
months preceding the date of my sponsorship application, in the other
word, I only have enough saving but no income at the moment.

3. ***Can I submit it now?

I clipped some one¡¦s word from this Usenet. It is said, ¡§Once person
lands in Canada as a PR and establishes residency here s/he may start
sponsorship process of the spouse. Note that there is no minimum
income requirement to be met when sponsoring a spouse, but sponsor
must demonstrate financial ability to support himself/herself and
sponsored spouse in Canada. It is rather tough to demonstrate shortly
after landing and without any job.¡¨

4. *** Is the above saying suitable to me; I am not a new immigrant
any more.

5. ***Permanent Resident Card (PR Card.) and Family class immigration
form, which one sure I submit first. Can I submit both of them at the
same time?

I am quit lonely here. My wife is having hard time in Taipei with two
dependent children at age of 3 and half and 9 months without me.



Thanks in advance for any kind advice!!!



Andrew Fu in Vancouver
 
Old Apr 7th 2003, 12:47 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Mr Miller & all Experts, please help!!!

Please email me directly.

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Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)

For confidential phone consultation go here:

http://members.yahoo.liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada
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"Andrew Fu" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Mr Miller & all Experts,
    > I have some very headache situations:
    > 1. I have gotten my permanent residence paper in the end of 1996.
    > 2. I have done my landing process in the end of 1997.
    > 3. I re-entered Canada with my wife (she was my girl friend at that
    > time and she held visiting visa) on April 21, 1998.
    > 4. We got married in Canada on May 16, 1998. (We actually had our
    > traditional marriage ceremony on April 16, 1998, which is just one
    > week before our arriving Canada). We intended to establish our
    > permanent residence here.
    > 5. I submitted my wife¡¦s PR application within Canada around
    > Sept 1998. It was just one week after I found my 1st job in Canada.
    > 6. Unfortunately, we informed by brother in the middle of October
    > 1998 said my father was very urgent sick in my home country
    > (Small Cell Lung Cancel). We must fly back my home country
    > immediately.
    > By the rule of immigration procedure, my wife should not go back with
    > me while her PR application processed within Canada. However, she
    > had no choice, she must go with me.
    > 7. Because my father¡¦s health was getting worse at that time. We
    > could not leave my mother alone and I must help to handle some of my
    > father¡¦s business. Therefore, we stayed in our home country. We
    > didn¡¦t inform Buffalo CIC. We were not allowed to leave any foreign
    > address for my wife¡¦s case.
    > 8. We were just so busy like end of world at that time and no time to
    > think about my wife¡¦s immigration case. She miss attended an interview
    > that was informed by CIC. (Our landlord informed us, we asked him to
    > read all documents from immigration centre for us.) Finally, they closed
    > my wife¡¦s application.
    > 9. During my father¡¦s sickness, I had applied a ¡§Returning Resident
    > Permit¡¨
    > paper for myself from Canadian Visa Office Taipei. They allowed me to
stay
    > abroad from May 27, 1999 to May 15,2001. It was almost two years.
    > 10. Eventually, my father had passed away in the middle of Sept 1999.
    > At the same time, my 1st child was born on Sept 6, 1999 in Taipei.
    > 11. The sad stories never end, my mother got breast cancel in the
beginning
    > of
    > 2000. Her doctor performed an operation on her in January 2000.
    > 12. My 2nd child was born on July 3, 2002 in Taipei.
    > 13. During the pass few years, I just had no energy to think too much
about
    > immigration to Canada. However, after the end of the period of the
    > paper ¡§Returning Resident Permit¡¨. I entered into Canada every half a
    > year
    > (less than 183 days in between two entrances), just wanted to keep my PR
    > status (it¡¦s not necessary for the new Immigration laws).
    > 14. I decide to resume my residential responsibility since the beginning
of
    > 2003, I re-enter into Canada on Feb 10, 2003 until present. I intend to
    > reunite my family in Canada to establish our permanent residence here.
    > ??? Questions of mine:
    > 1.***Am I eligible to apply Permanent Resident Card (PR Card.)?
    > 2.***Am I eligible to re-apply to sponsor my wife and two dependent
    > children of mine to come to Canada as a member of the family class?
    > Reasons why I am asking the above questions. Because it takes time
    > to restart in Canada (hard to find a suitable job to meet the minimum
    > annual gross amount required at the beginning. But, I can provide
    > some certificates of deposit of my wife¡¦s and mine that are our saving
    > money before my landing status was appeared. Can I just submit the
    > above certificates to proof my financial ability to sponsor three of them
    > without any Evidence of employment income (pay stubs) over the 12
    > months preceding the date of my sponsorship application, in the other
    > word, I only have enough saving but no income at the moment.
    > 3. ***Can I submit it now?
    > I clipped some one¡¦s word from this Usenet. It is said, ¡§Once person
    > lands in Canada as a PR and establishes residency here s/he may start
    > sponsorship process of the spouse. Note that there is no minimum
    > income requirement to be met when sponsoring a spouse, but sponsor
    > must demonstrate financial ability to support himself/herself and
    > sponsored spouse in Canada. It is rather tough to demonstrate shortly
    > after landing and without any job.¡¨
    > 4. *** Is the above saying suitable to me; I am not a new immigrant
    > any more.
    > 5. ***Permanent Resident Card (PR Card.) and Family class immigration
    > form, which one sure I submit first. Can I submit both of them at the
    > same time?
    > I am quit lonely here. My wife is having hard time in Taipei with two
    > dependent children at age of 3 and half and 9 months without me.
    > Thanks in advance for any kind advice!!!
    > Andrew Fu in Vancouver
 

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