Spousal PR from U.S.

Old Jul 17th 2003, 4:37 pm
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Ken
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Very Frustrated. Dec. 05, 2002 was last coorespondance requesting med
and police checks, and we submitted Feb 03. I'm american, wife is
Canadian (in us for 9 yrs). My field of work is Safety/Environmental.
Leaving U.S. in August 2003. No Communication from or with CIC since
December 05 request.
Anyone have Suggestions with:
How to get PR sped up?
Multiple Vehicles accross border (2)less than $10K, one new $30k?
How else can I obtain documentation/permission to work?
HOW LONG?
 
Old Jul 17th 2003, 4:56 pm
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Jim Humphries
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Have you written to the visa office? Fax? It does seem a long time to
complete your case unless there is some criminal matter or medical
condition, or you have travelled and lived in other countries.
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Jim Humphries, former visa officer
"Ken" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Very Frustrated. Dec. 05, 2002 was last coorespondance requesting med
    > and police checks, and we submitted Feb 03. I'm american, wife is
    > Canadian (in us for 9 yrs). My field of work is Safety/Environmental.
    > Leaving U.S. in August 2003. No Communication from or with CIC since
    > December 05 request.
    > Anyone have Suggestions with:
    > How to get PR sped up?
    > Multiple Vehicles accross border (2)less than $10K, one new $30k?
    > How else can I obtain documentation/permission to work?
    > HOW LONG?
 
Old Jul 18th 2003, 11:37 am
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Ken
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No criminal record at all, medical passed with flying colors.
How do some of the others get across the border without the proper
papers and then get a job? Anyone with experience in this area, I
would like to hear from you.
What do I say at the border? I don't want to jeopardize my chances
here so want everything to be on the up and up. Just feel frustrated.
I am an American, have a College degree, have never been in trouble -
seems like I should be a good candidate. So what is up??? Just
worried that I won't be able to apply for a job once our family is in
Canada.

Jim Humphries" wrote in message news:...
    > Have you written to the visa office? Fax? It does seem a long time to
    > complete your case unless there is some criminal matter or medical
    > condition, or you have travelled and lived in other countries.
    > --
    > Jim Humphries, former visa officer
    > "Ken" wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Very Frustrated. Dec. 05, 2002 was last coorespondance requesting med
    > > and police checks, and we submitted Feb 03. I'm american, wife is
    > > Canadian (in us for 9 yrs). My field of work is Safety/Environmental.
    > > Leaving U.S. in August 2003. No Communication from or with CIC since
    > > December 05 request.
    > > Anyone have Suggestions with:
    > > How to get PR sped up?
    > > Multiple Vehicles accross border (2)less than $10K, one new $30k?
    > > How else can I obtain documentation/permission to work?
    > > HOW LONG?
 
Old Jul 19th 2003, 3:13 am
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Ken
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Jim Humphries, I just re-read your message. Which office is the visa
office? Are you talking about the Canadian Consulate in Buffalo?
Spoke to someone at "immigration" in vancouver, she said that she
hadn't received my file from Buffalo. I'm not even sure it is supposed
to go to her. (moving to edmonton ab). Also, is it true that if you
contact them, it will delay the processing?

Ken

[email protected] (Ken) wrote in message news:...
    > No criminal record at all, medical passed with flying colors.
    > How do some of the others get across the border without the proper
    > papers and then get a job? Anyone with experience in this area, I
    > would like to hear from you.
    > What do I say at the border? I don't want to jeopardize my chances
    > here so want everything to be on the up and up. Just feel frustrated.
    > I am an American, have a College degree, have never been in trouble -
    > seems like I should be a good candidate. So what is up??? Just
    > worried that I won't be able to apply for a job once our family is in
    > Canada.
    >
    > Jim Humphries" wrote in message news:...
    > > Have you written to the visa office? Fax? It does seem a long time to
    > > complete your case unless there is some criminal matter or medical
    > > condition, or you have travelled and lived in other countries.
    > > --
    > > Jim Humphries, former visa officer
    > > "Ken" wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]...
    > > > Very Frustrated. Dec. 05, 2002 was last coorespondance requesting med
    > > > and police checks, and we submitted Feb 03. I'm american, wife is
    > > > Canadian (in us for 9 yrs). My field of work is Safety/Environmental.
    > > > Leaving U.S. in August 2003. No Communication from or with CIC since
    > > > December 05 request.
    > > > Anyone have Suggestions with:
    > > > How to get PR sped up?
    > > > Multiple Vehicles accross border (2)less than $10K, one new $30k?
    > > > How else can I obtain documentation/permission to work?
    > > > HOW LONG?
 

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