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Old Nov 14th 2012, 8:36 am
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Hi Arty, Im really hoping so , just a bit of a worry without seeing the decision made part (of course then the worry would be...is the answer good or bad ). Cant wait to know...kinda like waiting for Santa Clause when you're young all over
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Old Nov 14th 2012, 8:41 am
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Hi Arty, Im really hoping so , just a bit of a worry without seeing the decision made part (of course then the worry would be...is the answer good or bad ). Cant wait to know...kinda like waiting for Santa Clause when you're young all over
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yes it is a horrible feeling and situation to be in,but when you get the go ahead and I am sure you will,you start to worry about the whole moving thing.
There is always another worry hill to climb,but hearing from other folk who have went down this road it is well worth the hassle.

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Hi, I have no idea what the answer to your question is or how to go about finding out. Can I suggest you put a new thread up for this and you will get more people looking and someone will be able to answer for sure. Good luck.
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Hi,
yes it is a horrible feeling and situation to be in,but when you get the go ahead and I am sure you will,you start to worry about the whole moving thing.
There is always another worry hill to climb,but hearing from other folk who have went down this road it is well worth the hassle.

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Just when you think its safe to breath..... I am sure if we get the go ahead I will wonder why I didnt spend more time sorting things out instead of this .

Are you in Canada yet, I cant quite figure if your locating is in Scotland (sorry I am really bad at Scottish locations - and nearly every other countries locations to be honest ).
I hope things are moving along positively for you .
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Youre very welcome. Im really sorry I could not help any more than the suggestion. I hope you find out everything you need to know.
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Old Nov 14th 2012, 9:26 am
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Just when you think its safe to breath..... I am sure if we get the go ahead I will wonder why I didnt spend more time sorting things out instead of this .

Are you in Canada yet, I cant quite figure if your locating is in Scotland (sorry I am really bad at Scottish locations - and nearly every other countries locations to be honest ).
I hope things are moving along positively for you .
Hi ,
we are still in Scotland ,but hope to fly out to NS at the begining of April 2013 to activate our PR.
Ultimately our intention is to move over permanently next August but the way my son is acting that could be wishfull thinking.
Anyways onwards and upwards

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Hi ,
we are still in Scotland ,but hope to fly out to NS at the begining of April 2013 to activate our PR.
Ultimately our intention is to move over permanently next August but the way my son is acting that could be wishfull thinking.
Anyways onwards and upwards

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We are now thinking if it comes through about March time also (before if possible).

Does your son not want to go or is he just being difficult about the move? Time is a good thing to have because it gives time to get used to the idea. I know my daughter had plenty of times when she wasnt sure and didnt want to go and then said she would come for a week (how mad is that ) but now really wants to come and positive about it.
I really hope whatever it is will sort itself out over the next few months .
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We are now thinking if it comes through about March time also (before if possible).

Does your son not want to go or is he just being difficult about the move? Time is a good thing to have because it gives time to get used to the idea. I know my daughter had plenty of times when she wasnt sure and didnt want to go and then said she would come for a week (how mad is that ) but now really wants to come and positive about it.
I really hope whatever it is will sort itself out over the next few months .
He does not want to go now ,says all his mates are here and i can understand that.He is 15 years old not a great time to move ,he was keen a few years back but now that he is coming up for 16 reckons he will just stay.
We are keeping our fingers crossed that he will come round to our way of thinking ,as in there are more opportunities in Canada for him and our daughter.Time will tell
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He does not want to go now ,says all his mates are here and i can understand that.He is 15 years old not a great time to move ,he was keen a few years back but now that he is coming up for 16 reckons he will just stay.
We are keeping our fingers crossed that he will come round to our way of thinking ,as in there are more opportunities in Canada for him and our daughter.Time will tell
My brother advised reverse psychology and to let him know that if he wants to stay then thats fine and he can, and then by the time it comes around he will be off like a flash with you. Of course if your son is anything like my brother (very stubborn and single minded) it might not work . Its a really difficult age and friends mean a lot and of course change is always a bit scary. My daughter is older and can see that friends move on and get their own lives.

Its one of the most upsetting parts of all of this and I know my daughter really needed time to get her head around it even though she was the one to said apply!! Its such an emotional ride for everyone involved really. Im sure given time he may just go full circle and want to go again .
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He does not want to go now ,says all his mates are here and i can understand that.He is 15 years old not a great time to move ,he was keen a few years back but now that he is coming up for 16 reckons he will just stay.
We are keeping our fingers crossed that he will come round to our way of thinking ,as in there are more opportunities in Canada for him and our daughter.Time will tell
Arty, our eldest son is 15 also. Will be 16 on Canada Day 2013 - which we hope to celebrate in Canada!

Can't really offer any advice, as my boy is very keen to go (maybe because we have always told him he doesn't have to - ha ha)!

Whatever your son decides, so long as he lands it will leave the door open for him for a few more years at least. Hope he does change his mind, though.

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My two older boys changed their minds more often than underwear. They both came and they're very happy with their decision. \The oldest is at Dal and the younger one is off to Toronto as apparently the streets are paved with gold! lol

Seriously, my advice is not to worry about it until nearer the time they are so volatile at that age...
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Arty, our eldest son is 15 also. Will be 16 on Canada Day 2013 - which we hope to celebrate in Canada!

Can't really offer any advice, as my boy is very keen to go (maybe because we have always told him he doesn't have to - ha ha)!

Whatever your son decides, so long as he lands it will leave the door open for him for a few more years at least. Hope he does change his mind, though.

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yeah tried that one and he came out with "thats what i wanted to hear and I am still not going
Hopefully when we come over to Nova Scotia this Easter that some of our friends know of some drop dead beauties who can show him the error of his way's and entice him over.
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My two older boys changed their minds more often than underwear. They both came and they're very happy with their decision. \The oldest is at Dal and the younger one is off to Toronto as apparently the streets are paved with gold! lol

Seriously, my advice is not to worry about it until nearer the time they are so volatile at that age...
Hi DandNHill,
Fingers crossed he comes round to our way of thinking ,if not then that's the end of that dream.

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Hopefully when we come over to Nova Scotia this Easter that some of our friends know of some drop dead beauties who can show him the error of his way's and entice him over.
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I like your way of thinking...

Don't think that would work with mine in the same situation, though. Not unless she was obsessed with killing zombies.
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I like your way of thinking...

Don't think that would work with mine in the same situation, though. Not unless she was obsessed with killing zombies.
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