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Very Interesting Words Used by CIC: causing loopholes

Very Interesting Words Used by CIC: causing loopholes

Old Aug 26th 2003, 4:01 pm
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Here is what you will find on page 5 on 3900E:

Who cannot be sponsored as your spouse, common-law partner or
conjugal partner?
You cannot sponsor a person as your spouse, common-law partner or
conjugal partner if
• that person is under 16 years of age;
• you are a permanent resident and at the time you made your
application for permanent residence,
that person was a non-accompanying family member, former spouse or
common-law partner and
was not examined; or
• you previously sponsored another spouse, a common-law partner or a
conjugal partner and three
years have not passed since that spouse, common-law partner or
conjugal partner became a
permanent resident.
Further, you cannot sponsor a person as your spouse
• if you or this person were the spouse of another person at the time
of your marriage, or
• if you have lived separate and apart from this person for at least
one year and are in a common-law
relationship with another person.

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For the last 2 points:
• if you or this person were the spouse of another person at the time
of your marriage. MEANS YOU OR THIS PERSON CAN BE IN COMMON-LAW
RELATIONSHIP WITH ANOTHER PERSON
• if you have lived separate and apart from this person for at least
one year and are in a common-law relationship with another person.
MEANS YOU CAN LIVE SEPARATE FOR LESS THAN 1 YEAR WEATHER YOU ARE IN
RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHERS OR NOT.


WHAT A LOOP HOLE!!!
 
Old Aug 27th 2003, 12:14 am
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Personally I think you are making a quantum leap in your assumptions. Yes, the points you make are specific, but it does not naturally lead into your conclusions.
Be careful if you are trying to find "loopholes", and my opinion (for what it is worth) is that this would be quite a stretch.
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