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Discussion in 'Family Class Sponsorship' started by love bird 43, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. Thanks for posting these sample questions..it is a great help. After filing the notice of appeal last November 2012,my partner got a Notice to Appear for an ADR Conference on July 9, 2013 in Toronto.I am really praying for a positive outcome on our appeal. Goodluck to all of us...Godspeed.s:)
     
  2. We are ordering GCMS notes...
    It says on the refusal letter that they are sending appeal provisions to my wife in Canada... Does they send the appeal forms???
    30 days is after the reciept of forms in Canada address or after reciept of the refusal letter in India address???

    Also my wife is from Vancouver so is it so that the wait times in vancouver are lower???
     
  3. the notes were sent to me automatically 3 months after I filed the appeal. There should be Appeal form with rejection letter but sometimes they dont (you can download it) Your question about the 30 days is interesting. Not sure the answer but I would assume, once its received by sponsor in Canada.....please confirm this ! Yes, wait times in Vancouver are reasonable. (in Toronto-over 2 years) Best of luck ! Stay strong....most appeals are allowed !
     
  4. Thanks Gsize.. I have a question if we don't get an ADR hearing do we have an option for not going for a full hearing & rather re-apply??
    Also Is it possible to appeal for an ADR without a lawyer??
     
  5. the answer would be no to that...the date on the refusal letter would count up to 30 days...so the option he or she has is to down load the appeal form and fill it out make sure to attach a copy of the refusal letter which the applicant recieved and once the sponsor recieve the refusal letter he or she can send in a copy of sponsor's refusal letter to the iad office ..good luck hope this helps..
     

  6. thnk you my dear
    is it like the interview the VO do?
    & i tried to contact you but couldnt
     
  7. yes, Im pretty sure you can re-apply but I think its best to file Appeal (especially if wait times for your city are short) You dont need a lawyer/immigration consultant however, I highly suggest you find one. Many will give you free consultations. They will all tell you about their high success rates and gladly take your money. You need to go with your gut feeling. Stay positive and strong and most important.....never give up hope ! :D
     
  8. Hello everyone, i would like to know from members if i can file an appeal without a refusal letter from the visa office. I saw that the officer has refused my wife's application based on the fact that she wasn't satisfy with my wife's identity. I waited since January without recieving any letter from them and i can't wait no more cos i need to save myself sometime. I even sent them few emails addressing my concerns but no reply from them and now i don't know if i can use the GMCS note to file an appeal? Thanks in advance
     
  9. Has anyone ever been refused without an interview? I'm starting to wonder if my VO thinks we married under the wrong Indian act...
     
  10. Before October 2012, there were no rules or conditions related to PR

    but After October 2012 (i mean if you sent in your application on or after. I guess the date is 25 but I am not sure about the date.. but its October 2012)
    there is a conditional PR

    if you entered Canada as PR under spousal sponsorship, you need to live with your sponsor for 2years , or if not they the PR will be cancelled
    But this does not apply to those who were in a relationship for 2years before applying OR together have a child

    I am not sure about how common law goes with this condition thing
     
  11. The reality of it is that it is a scare tactic, put in place to (hopefully) ward off anyone considering entering a marriage/relationship to gain access to Canada.

    There are loopholes for abusive relationships/and death of sponsor. I would imagine in the event of a death it would be thoroughly investigated to assure the cause of death was um....natural.
     

  12. hi gsize,
    who gives the free consultations ?
    bcoz we believe that we dont need a lawyer or consultant but, its better if we can get any guide from somebody.
    thnx
     
  13. hi MadeInCanada
    its soo good
    then they will reduce the strictions of entering Canada ryt? I was thinking of it bcoz it should be done as there are lot of fake couples entering Canada & then be separated after its done. bcoz of this reason its very hard for the genuine couple to be united lovingly in Canada & wasting there precious life time by waiting for the PR. it is very good & i like it.
    but for the event of a death, it would be thoroughly investigated to assure the cause of death, thats true
    thnx anyways
     


  14. thnx simb
    its soo good
    then they will reduce the strictions of entering Canada ryt? I was thinking of it for long time bcoz it should be done as there are lot of fake couples entering Canada & then be separated after its done. bcoz of this reason its very hard for the genuine couple to be united lovingly in Canada & wasting there precious life time by waiting for the PR. it is very good & i like it.
    if they be separated before the time, should not only PR is cancelled, they should be deported. then it'll be easy for the genuine couples to enter to Canada easily. We are suffering like this bcoz of the fake couples bullshits.
    anyway thnx for the reply
     
  15. many do, some dont. Best to do google search for your area and call them.
     

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