Recent content by armoured

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    MARCH 2020 *Outland* Spousal Sponsorship

    Up to you to decide.
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    COPR received, do I cancel the visitor record?

    No need to do anything about that, I believe.
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    List of questions that would give me peace of mind on the application. (2021)

    If you're applying from abroad as a citizen, pay careful attention to the 'intent to return to Canada' part. Finances help. But both you and your spouse having plans is important in that respect. No, they won't think it's because you plan to break up. You'll need more demonstration of intent...
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    *** September 2020 - Outland Spousal (Family Class) Sponsorship ***

    No, it won't negatively affect future applications. The biggest constraint is time, no idea how long a TRV app might take you for your child. So you may need to make alternative plans.
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    *** September 2020 - Outland Spousal (Family Class) Sponsorship ***

    Apply for TRV. You can see if there is some kind of request for urgent processing. Ignore the 427 days, many of not most TRV apps were not being processed at all so the numbers tell you little. Good luck.
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    MARCH 2020 *Outland* Spousal Sponsorship

    Note if someone has less than a month before expiry of visa, apply to extend - ASAP. If the visa hasn't expired yet, it's still possible, right up to the last day. The recommendation to apply a month before is just for safety - eg if it gets returned/rejected for a technicality, less chance...
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    Better to get married?

    First things first, does she already have a visa or from visa waiver country? Have you already applied for spousal sponsorship? I don't understand the logic of the other person - right now the only way your spouse can enter is by demonstrating she is immediate family - i.e. common law or...
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    Medical exam extension on days

    Yes. I really doubt you will have any trouble if you do this.
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    Medical exam extension on days

    You should be fine, but you can submit a webform if you are very worried noting that you have a medical booked for the date.
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    Spousal sponsorship

    https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/notices/open-work-permit-pilot-extension.html Or here: https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=679&top=17 Note the 'in Canada' class. Again, being in Canada doesn't change the class of application you filed, you'd...
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    Spousal sponsorship

    You would have to apply for PR sponsorship while already in Canada to be eligible for the open work permit (inland sponsorship) . Arriving in Canada doesn't change the application from one type to another.
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    Spousal sponsorship

    To clarify the work permit point - there is no eligibility for work permit under the outland process. If he can find some other way to qualify for work permit, fine, but separate. Don't count on it. Likely will have to wait until a PR.
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    Spousal sponsorship

    He should arrive as a visitor, but dual intent of visiting perhaps staying is ok. Visitors can request extensions. I repeat, no work permit under the outland process, and being in Canada does not make it inland. (if he can find a ln employer willing to do, may be possible, but do not count on...
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    Spousal sponsorship

    Does he have a visa or eta country? Yes, can go to Canada and wait. But no work permit. Landing will be done in Canada if still in Canada when passport request comes.