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Mr. Miller and experts, please reply

Mr. Miller and experts, please reply

Old Jun 29th 2003, 6:27 am
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Dear Experts,

Is it possible for a Canadian permanent resident currently outside Canada to go to Canada, sponsor his wife and then come back and stay outside till his wife gets her immigrant visa and then both move together to Canada?

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Old Jun 29th 2003, 7:48 am
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It may be extremely difficult, if not impossible. You must demonstrate that
you live in Canada, show your tax assessments, etc. - coming for a visit
doesn't constitute residency.

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    > Dear Experts,
    > Is it possible for a Canadian permanent resident currently outside
    > Canada to go to Canada, sponsor his wife and then come back and stay
    > outside till his wife gets her immigrant visa and then both move
    > together to Canada?
    > Thanks in advance
    > vagg
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Old Jul 4th 2003, 8:05 am
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Dear Mr. Miller,

Thanks for the reply.

You also said its not impossible. I am in touch with one lawyer in Canada. He says its easily possible that I come to Canada, sponsor my wife and then go back and once she gets her immigrant visa, we both can move together to Canada. I wonder whether its that easy. While applying for my wife's case in Canada, do I need to demonstrate that I live there and if yes how?

And what is the normal processing time for spouse's application now a days for India?

Thanks a lot for your prompt replies.
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Old Jul 6th 2003, 8:46 am
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Mr. Miller/other experts, please reply.

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Old Jul 6th 2003, 10:00 am
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How does your lawyer recommend that you demonstrate residency in Canada when you aren't there? Normally, CIC requests phone bills, correspondance, etc. In your case, you wouldn't have any of this. Plus, as Andrew mentioned, you need to show your tax returns to demonstrate financial stability, which again you don't have evidence of.
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Old Jul 6th 2003, 10:57 am
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Why you are not asking the lawyer who gave you advice? And ask him if he
will give you written guarantee that it will work.

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"vagg" wrote in message
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    > Dear Mr. Miller,
    > Thanks for the reply.
    > You also said its not impossible. I am in touch with one lawyer in
    > Canada. He says its easily possible that I come to Canada, sponsor my
    > wife and then go back and once she gets her immigrant visa, we both can
    > move together to Canada. I wonder whether its that easy. While applying
    > for my wife's case in Canada, do I need to demonstrate that I live there
    > and if yes how?
    > And what is the normal processing time for spouse's application now a
    > days for India?
    > Thanks a lot for your prompt replies.
    > vagg
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 

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