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Where to start / Sponsoring a Friend
« Last post by aries22 on January 20, 2018, 04:50:20 PM »
Hello,
just want to ask a question.
i have a friend who is now permanently resident in Canada, is he can sponsor me to go there and immigrate with my wife and son..?
thanks...
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Where to start / Sponsoring a Friend
« Last post by aries22 on January 20, 2018, 04:45:23 PM »
Hello guys, just want to ask a question, my friend in Canada wants to Sponsor Us, Me my wife and my son.. What steps are we going to do to start on our filling of our documents.. Thanks...
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Proof of Canadian Citizenship / Re: Day trips to US
« Last post by Riley Haas on January 19, 2018, 10:38:01 AM »
I'm really sorry I missed this. I must have missed the notification.

I hope you haven't gone ahead and listed each trip.

You only need to list the trip if you spent the night in the US. If you returned with the day, no need to list the trip. A few hours outside of Canada does not count as a trip.

Again, I'm really sorry I missed this. If it ever happens again, please post a second time in the thread, and I should catch the notification.
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Inland Spousal Sponsorship / Re: Spouse immigration in Canada
« Last post by Riley Haas on January 18, 2018, 10:22:47 AM »
Are you in the Express Entry pool? Even if you are already, if you haven't received an Invitation to Apply (ITA) yet, it will take six months to process your application, once you have submitted it after your ITA. So processing time for Express Entry = unknown amount of time in pool before ITA + time it takes you to complete your FSW/FST/CEC application + at least six months for processing. That could be quite awhile. Whereas, your spousal sponsorship application should be processed by June, i.e. 5 months from now. Provided nothing goes wrong with your spousal sponsorship application, my guess is it will be processed before your application submitted through Express Entry.

However, you can still apply for both. When you become a permanent resident the other application will be dropped.
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Thai Marriage / Re: canadian citizen marrying iranian national in thailand
« Last post by Riley Haas on January 18, 2018, 10:13:08 AM »
If the Thai authorities are okay with only your Canadian proof of single status and he can get his Iranian without your involvement, that seems like the best course to me. Is that possible?
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Inland Spousal Sponsorship / Spouse immigration in Canada
« Last post by Harkirat on January 17, 2018, 09:13:02 PM »
Hello All,

I have applied for in class Canada spouse immigration in June 6. I live in Canada. and This month I am going to be eligible for EXPRESS ENTRY system also.
The think is I am waiting for immigration very long through spouse sponsorship.

In order to get PR early should I cancel the IN_CLASS Spouse Canada immigration and should apply under Express entry
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Thai Marriage / Re: canadian citizen marrying iranian national in thailand
« Last post by pieisyummy on January 17, 2018, 05:59:52 PM »
Is there any way he can call back and get the information while saying he's marrying a Canadian national? They may have a totally different set of procedures.

Hi Riley

Thanks for your answer
We've called the embassy in Thailand several times that they know our case.

We called the one in Turkey once and they said the same thing
But I'm afraid that as soon as we go there, we say I'm a Canadian citizen, as soon as they put my name into their system they will find out I'm also Iranian and they will refuse
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Thai Marriage / Re: canadian citizen marrying iranian national in thailand
« Last post by Riley Haas on January 17, 2018, 05:46:26 PM »
Is there any way he can call back and get the information while saying he's marrying a Canadian national? They may have a totally different set of procedures.
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Thai Marriage / canadian citizen marrying iranian national in thailand
« Last post by pieisyummy on January 17, 2018, 03:57:07 PM »
Hello

have any canadian citizens with a dual (iranian and canadian) citizenship gotten married to an iranian national in Thailand?

i am a female with a dual iranian and canadian citizen living in canada.
i am going to marry my boyfriend in thailand who has an iranian passport and resides in iran.

we would like to know the best way to get the document that proves that we are single and can marry from our respective embassies.

i will get mine from the canadian embassy in thailand.

as for my boyfriend, we called the iranian embassy in thailand, we've called them and they asked if he is marrying an iranian national. as soon as he said yes, they asked if its my first time getting married and if so they would require a letter from my father's consent.

we are trying to obtain the permission to marry document without them asking about my iranian nationality and without my father's consent.  has anyone ever completed this process? can you please guide me?

thanks
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Where to start / Re: What's the best way to re-activate my PR status
« Last post by Riley Haas on January 12, 2018, 10:07:14 AM »
Well, start with applying for your PRTD, but you must ensure you demonstrate that the time you have spent overseas has been with your Canadian citizen partner. You'll need to prove shared residence, but shared accounts are good too. The more evidence the better.

Only if your PRTD application is rejected should you (or can you) consider alternatives. You should do this PRTD application ASAP if you have a job waiting.
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