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Q: 1 Study Permit refusal - Conjugal Partner application?

Q: 1 Study Permit refusal - Conjugal Partner application?

Old Jul 15th 2004, 8:21 pm
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Dmytro Solovyov
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Default Q: 1 Study Permit refusal - Conjugal Partner application?

Dear All,

Dilemma with lots of questions...

Me - IT consultant worked 3 years in Germany, Permanent Resident in
Canada (26yo) since 2002, but finally relocated on March 2004
She - studied in German from Czech Republic (23yo)
We - both met at the language course (summer 2003), together now more
then a year

March 2004 - I had to leave to Canada, from where I tried to arrange
STUDY PERMIT for her (1year language course) -> failed (22.06.04)with
main reason "no prove of intention to leave Canada by the end of
period". In the application form we didn't provide any information
about my existance, as primary goal was and which is still valid
(though not primary anymore) - studing.

I am still planning on fighting to bring my girlfriend to Canada.
1) Guys please help, what are my Options?

2) In case if I am Sponsoring her as a Conjugal Partner its not too
bad to have refusal in STUDY PERMIT?

3) How long would it take us to go through application/waiting period
for Conjugal Partner/Spouse? (counting if all documents are gathered)

4) Am I a good sponsor? (AUG2000 - MAR2004 worked as IT consultant in
Germany, APR2004 - present -> working for a IT consulting company in
Canada)

5) How bad is the fact that my address will match address of my
Parents ? (they are PR and live in Canada since 2002)?

5) With a new regulations we can go through Medical Test before
applying is it so?

6) Should we apply for her Permanent Resident status right away? (new
application kit for Family Class says so)

Sorry for this long post.
Thank you very very much for your answers!!
Dmitriy
 
Old Jul 16th 2004, 12:36 am
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James Metcalfe
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Default Re: 1 Study Permit refusal - Conjugal Partner application?

"Dmytro Solovyov" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Dear All,
    > Dilemma with lots of questions...
    > Me - IT consultant worked 3 years in Germany, Permanent Resident in
    > Canada (26yo) since 2002, but finally relocated on March 2004
    > She - studied in German from Czech Republic (23yo)
    > We - both met at the language course (summer 2003), together now more
    > then a year
    > March 2004 - I had to leave to Canada, from where I tried to arrange
    > STUDY PERMIT for her (1year language course) -> failed (22.06.04)with
    > main reason "no prove of intention to leave Canada by the end of
    > period". In the application form we didn't provide any information
    > about my existance, as primary goal was and which is still valid
    > (though not primary anymore) - studing.
    > I am still planning on fighting to bring my girlfriend to Canada.
    > 1) Guys please help, what are my Options?

You only describe her as your girlfreind. Proving relationship in these type
of situations is complex and you will have to have good documentation to
prove relationship. Check out the OP manual in the CIC website for a very
confusing set of guidelines for assessing this type of application.



    > 2) In case if I am Sponsoring her as a Conjugal Partner its not too
    > bad to have refusal in STUDY PERMIT?

No it should not be an issue except it would have been better had she
indicated that she had a friend in canada , namely you.



    > 3) How long would it take us to go through application/waiting period
    > for Conjugal Partner/Spouse? (counting if all documents are gathered)

For a conjugal partner and spouse it should take about 6 to 8 months once
the sponosrship is approved and your gf is deemed to be a conjugal partner
by a visa officer.




    > 4) Am I a good sponsor? (AUG2000 - MAR2004 worked as IT consultant in
    > Germany, APR2004 - present -> working for a IT consulting company in
    > Canada)


You are ok
    > 5) How bad is the fact that my address will match address of my
    > Parents ? (they are PR and live in Canada since 2002)?

No issue

    > 5) With a new regulations we can go through Medical Test before
    > applying is it so?


yes


    > 6) Should we apply for her Permanent Resident status right away? (new
    > application kit for Family Class says so)

You may but you should be aware of the risks inherent in such an
application. Remember she was refused once already so the visa office may
not believe that she is in a conjugal relationship after her last
misrepresentation to them. Put your self in thier position. She says she
wants to study in Canada, is refised and then applies as a conjugal partner.
I would be reluctant to submit such an application without solid evidence of
a relationship whihc goes beyong being a girlfriend.

Oh what tangled webs we weave when first we practise to deceive.......


Jim metcalfe

    > Sorry for this long post.
    > Thank you very very much for your answers!!
    > Dmitriy
 

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