I have received a letter yesterday saying that I have to go 6900 airport rd. It's regarding the deportation order and they said that I'm subject to removal order. And that I need to report to cbsa every month they will send me a letter. What I should be expecting ?!
What are other proof of genuin marriage that I can provide ?
From my experience, I was handed an application to apply for Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA) in which an IO will determine if you have reasons still to remain in Canada. The chances of scoring positive in a PRRA application is under 5% success rate. It is very difficult.
If not, the CBSA officer will probably tell you that you have to leave Canada by a certain date. The time they give you is undecided and follows no specific procedure. You can be asked to leave in a day/s, week/s, month/s. I think this is good in your favor because you will only be issued a Departure Order. If I were you, I would definitely take the departure order, leave Canada on the date CBSA asks me to leave and apply for Spousal Sponsorship outland. It will benefit you better in the long run. Taking the departure order makes your outland application less hassle because once you are approved you will be able to come back to Canada without any immigration barriers. If however you over stay and CBSA deports you, you will need to apply for Authorization to Return to Canada which is a whole new set-up.
A last option that the CBSA officer may consider is if you have already submitted an Inland application for Sponsorship they will give you sometime to wait out the processing but this varies and depends on the type of CBSA officer you have. Just pray and hope you get a nice officer. They usually don't ask for or look at any documents but having your proof of submitting an Inland Spousal application such as receipts of acknowledgement from CIC can help.
Again, good luck.
It's a tough process but always remember that you are not the first nor the last. Therefore, you must remain strong and never give up or lose hope. If there is true love between you and your spouse, no barrier of immigration can split you up even if you have to live in your home country for a short period of time while your application goes through processing. The wait, fight and struggle with immigration makes our relationships more meaningful and permits us to appreciate the people we have in our lives
Hope this helps.