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Old Oct 29th 2013, 5:36 am
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Originally Posted by manitobain
Huh? can't go through MPNP ..if the dad is living in Regina.. are you mixing up your Provinces?
Yep! Knew it was one of the prairie ones.

Meant this - http://www.saskimmigrationcanada.ca/family-referral
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Old Oct 29th 2013, 5:47 am
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Originally Posted by PMM
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Actually if the father truly doesn't have any relatives in Canada. No spouse, his parents/grandparents deceased, and neither Aunt/Uncle/Brother/Sister/nephew/niece in Canada, then he can sponsor federally. See: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigra.../relatives.asp Although depending on his income, he may not meet the LICO.
His fathers English and went over 18 years ago because he married a Canadian, they are divorced now, so he has no blood relatives there at all. Anyway we are not looking for PR straight away and are just looking to work for a bit to see if we like it so are weighing out the best\easier options, thanks everyone so far, great help :-)
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Old Oct 29th 2013, 8:30 am
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Default Re: Where to start,solo, not through company, immigration canada

Originally Posted by charpants83
His fathers English and went over 18 years ago because he married a Canadian, they are divorced now, so he has no blood relatives there at all. Anyway we are not looking for PR straight away and are just looking to work for a bit to see if we like it so are weighing out the best\easier options, thanks everyone so far, great help :-)
If it's easier to get the pr though, would it really hurt to go that route? You can still leave as a permanent resident if you don't like it but if you do like it, you'd be good to stay for good. That's my two cents!
Good luck, whatever you decide
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Originally Posted by charpants83
No, none at all, If this is an easier way IL look into it, we just didn't want him to be too involved as he's getting on in age and things stress him out
A sponsor does have to give a financial undertaking to support the relatives if they fall on hard times and claim income assistance.
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Old Oct 30th 2013, 1:22 am
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Originally Posted by Vwera
If it's easier to get the pr though, would it really hurt to go that route? You can still leave as a permanent resident if you don't like it but if you do like it, you'd be good to stay for good. That's my two cents!
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Yes but im not sure im happy with him having to support us if we need help, i think it make things a little more difficult but im going to look into more before i do anything, thanks :-)
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Old Oct 30th 2013, 1:24 am
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A sponsor does have to give a financial undertaking to support the relatives if they fall on hard times and claim income assistance.
Thanks, do u mean he has to show he can support us or pay something to sponsor us??
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