proving custody

Old Aug 13th 2003, 6:10 am
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Colin
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hi
thanks everyone for the great response to my last query about children
refusing medicals. i have another query now, when my son went to live with
his mom, we never changed the custody details, so i am still legally
responsible for him. his mom is refusing to accept change the custody over,
anything to stop me doing what i want to do, childish i know. but what will
immigration say about that one??????

cheers in advance

colin

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Old Aug 13th 2003, 6:59 am
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Andrew Miller
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Custody or not (unless one parent lost parental rights in court) both
parents have to give consent for immigration of a dependent child. So, if
one parent wants to immigrate and include child in the application then the
other parent must give notarized consent allowing child to leave the country
with the other parent.

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"colin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > hi
    > thanks everyone for the great response to my last query about children
    > refusing medicals. i have another query now, when my son went to live
with
    > his mom, we never changed the custody details, so i am still legally
    > responsible for him. his mom is refusing to accept change the custody
over,
    > anything to stop me doing what i want to do, childish i know. but what
will
    > immigration say about that one??????
    > cheers in advance
    > colin
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Old Aug 13th 2003, 6:52 pm
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Colin
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Default Re: proving custody

hi

i probably didn't make myself clear, the child in question is not coming
with me to canada but staying with his mom.

colin
"colin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > hi
    > thanks everyone for the great response to my last query about children
    > refusing medicals. i have another query now, when my son went to live
with
    > his mom, we never changed the custody details, so i am still legally
    > responsible for him. his mom is refusing to accept change the custody
over,
    > anything to stop me doing what i want to do, childish i know. but what
will
    > immigration say about that one??????
    > cheers in advance
    > colin
    > --
 
Old Aug 22nd 2003, 5:43 pm
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R L
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Dear Mr.Miller

I think I read a post, that if the parents was not married, one can
mimigrate with children without the other parent consent. AIP was even
granted,passport was issue for children.even attending school without SA


1) If such letter is needed, How can such things be granted without the
consent letter (you said is needed to immigrate) from the other parent,

2) IF a parent rights was terminated ( withn the country the other
parent is immigrating to.) will
He/she would be inform?

3) under what grounds will a judge allow a parent to imgirate canada
without other spousal consent? If there is no abuse or crimals records
against parent. I was told such grant is given when the immigrating
party gets married and being sponsor within?


Hope you can clear path for me because I'm lost!

thanks!
 
Old Aug 23rd 2003, 3:25 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: proving custody

As long as other parent hasn't been stripped of parental rights his or her
notarized consent is required.

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Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
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"R L" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Dear Mr.Miller
    > I think I read a post, that if the parents was not married, one can
    > mimigrate with children without the other parent consent. AIP was even
    > granted,passport was issue for children.even attending school without SA
    > 1) If such letter is needed, How can such things be granted without the
    > consent letter (you said is needed to immigrate) from the other parent,
    > 2) IF a parent rights was terminated ( withn the country the other
    > parent is immigrating to.) will
    > He/she would be inform?
    > 3) under what grounds will a judge allow a parent to imgirate canada
    > without other spousal consent? If there is no abuse or crimals records
    > against parent. I was told such grant is given when the immigrating
    > party gets married and being sponsor within?
    > Hope you can clear path for me because I'm lost!
    > thanks!
 

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