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Newly Wed PR-Mr. Miller and experts please advise

Old Oct 7th 2003, 6:31 am
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Ohwell4life2
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Default Newly Wed PR-Mr. Miller and experts please advise

I became a PR in Montreal nine months ago. I came back after landing to the US
to finishing my graduate work. I got married four months ago. My wife and I
are originally from Turkey. My student visa will expire in 3 months. My wife
and I would like to go and get established in Canada permaenently staring
sometime in the first quarter of 2004. From the CIC page, the rule states that
I have to be in Canada first, get established, and then sponssor her. I called
the CIC and they said that such application might take a year or so. We do not
want to be separated for such a long period of time. One possible solution
that I thought of was to surrender my PR status at this point to CIC, and then
reapply again for the both of us. That seems to require a little more time,
but it is the only solution that I could think of that would keep us living
together. Within this time, we can move back to Turkey and once our papers are
completed (I am assuming that we are qualified), we can immmigrate together to
Canada. What do you think of such a solution? Do we have other alternatives?

Observing how active and informative this group is, I would like your advice,
as we would probably make our decision based on your recommendation and
experience. Thank you.
 
Old Oct 7th 2003, 9:51 am
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Andrew Miller
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Please contact me directly.

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Andrew Miller
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Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
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"Ohwell4life2" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > I became a PR in Montreal nine months ago. I came back after landing to
the US
    > to finishing my graduate work. I got married four months ago. My wife
and I
    > are originally from Turkey. My student visa will expire in 3 months. My
wife
    > and I would like to go and get established in Canada permaenently staring
    > sometime in the first quarter of 2004. From the CIC page, the rule states
that
    > I have to be in Canada first, get established, and then sponssor her. I
called
    > the CIC and they said that such application might take a year or so. We
do not
    > want to be separated for such a long period of time. One possible
solution
    > that I thought of was to surrender my PR status at this point to CIC, and
then
    > reapply again for the both of us. That seems to require a little more
time,
    > but it is the only solution that I could think of that would keep us
living
    > together. Within this time, we can move back to Turkey and once our
papers are
    > completed (I am assuming that we are qualified), we can immmigrate
together to
    > Canada. What do you think of such a solution? Do we have other
alternatives?
    > Observing how active and informative this group is, I would like your
advice,
    > as we would probably make our decision based on your recommendation and
    > experience. Thank you.
 

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