Don't complicate things for yourself.
The first thing you need to check is that if the Canadian Immigration is informed that you have no relation or ties with your Ex wife. Now because she was a Canadian already, there was never a case filed for her right??? So what i'm trying to say is that you should not confuse immigration Canada and forget about your past.
For your case, they shouldn't have rejected
it in the first place. Something is wrong somewhere. I mean i don't see the complications anywhere. Were you forced to get married? Did you tell that to Immigration Canada? That could be a possibility. . . Immigrants and sponsor's need to show that their case is solid, genuine and not flaky. I think they have a doubt about your marriage. For the waiting time, i would suggest wait for 2 months and if you don't hear anything from them, pay a visit to Islamabad Canadian High Commission.
thanks for your reply, i got married to a canadian girl in september 2008 but got separated just after one month, but not filed the divorce.
after two year I went Pakistan on my father's funeral, and due to some serious family issues, I had to marry a girl there in Pakistan that time, while I was still separated in Canada.
when I came back I complete the divorce process here in Canada, somebody told me I can still sponsor my wife who was in Pakistan, if my intention was not to get married when I went back Pakistan and got married, and if I will get rejected I can appeal against and will get visa.
the reason they sent my application to Pakistan was, there is a box on sponsorship application that process the application still if you are not elgibe, that's why they send to islamabad.
Can you tell me how much time there are gonna take to tell us decision? or send file back to us?