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    Misrepresentation

    No, it will not be any problem for sure.
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    Landing paper-innocent misrepresentation

    You are right about this. I mixed up with VISA refusal. If it is about VISA refusal, I think my answer is correct.
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    do i need to provide PCC for each country i have ever lived in last 10 years?

    I have been through the whole process and I am 100% sure that what you said is incorrect. You need all PCCs from all countries that you have lived over 6 months, after you turned 18 years old.
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    Family sponsorship

    That means your sponsor has been approved to sponsor you, the applicant. And you are still at pretty early stage of this whole process. The whole process is estimated to take 12 months, and with COVID 19, the process may be delayed to have a even longer waiting. The next step is for CIC to...
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    Landing paper-innocent misrepresentation

    You are fine, and your answer to the question was correct. You were refused the study permit, and eventually, you were granted the study permit, which means your earlier refusals were overturned. It is like someone was convicted with some crimes, then that person kept appealing, and eventually...
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    Hi,. So, I am a PR and sponsoring my wife for a spousal visa. Had a few questions in mind ..

    If you know the UCI, you can fill it up, if you don't know then leave it blank.
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    Hi,. So, I am a PR and sponsoring my wife for a spousal visa. Had a few questions in mind ..

    1. You can leave the UCI part blank. My wife did the same, and we didn't have any problem to get approved. 2. It won't have any impact on your spousal sponsorship 3. That should be fine. 4. It asks for applicant's travel history, you are a sponsor, not applicant, so you don't need to list your...
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    SEPT 2020 **FOR NEWBIES** Sponsoring Your Spouse, Partner or Dependent Child

    The process is still rolling, just being very slow average wise. But to American applicant of spouse sponsorship, prior to COVID 19, average processing time is around 3-4 months, that is from my observations from varies cases on this forum, also, includes my case. It took exactly 4 months for my...
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    Family Class or In Canada Class when out of status

    If an applicant applied inland sponsorship and left Canada, then later, is refused to enter Canada, the application will be treated as abandoned.
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    SEPT 2020 **FOR NEWBIES** Sponsoring Your Spouse, Partner or Dependent Child

    It will be delayed, but not that much for US applicants, because not that many Americans immigrate to Canada every year. Prior to COVID 19, average processing time for a straight forward (no red flags and no criminal history) spousal sponsorship application for US applicant is around 3-4 months...
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    SEPT 2020 **FOR NEWBIES** Sponsoring Your Spouse, Partner or Dependent Child

    If it is a quite straight forward application with adequate evidences to support your marriage, the target processing time should be within 12 months. If your spouse is from first class Countries, such as US, UK, and etc., it can be even shorter, sounds unfair to those from other Countries, but...
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    SEPT 2020 **FOR NEWBIES** Sponsoring Your Spouse, Partner or Dependent Child

    Don't waste your time to apply. Both of you need to physically present at the marriage ceremony, and IRCC stopped recognize proxy marriage in 2015. Exemption may exist with a high bar. 99.9% cases will be denied, it doesn't matter if your country recognize the proxy marriage or not.
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    Marriage with a refugee claimant

    mmmm, refugee claim failed ->appeal ->It may be allowed, may not be allowed backup plan ->get married -> overstay or not, it does not matter, let's have a baby -> H&Con the way It does not necessarily apply to the OP or OP's friend, but obviously, a lot fake refugee...
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    seeking asylum as bi but afraid of rejection probability

    You are talking about omitting facts in your application and that alone will land you a misrepresentation and will get you a 5 years ban. Never ever lie to IRCC, they will find it out.
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    Financially Responsible

    It is not that simple. If any debts you borrowed during the marriage, it can be seen as joint debts between couple, just as the same as the assets you got during the marriage are joint assets. And unless, you and your husband had already have an agreement or court order on how to split the...
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    CERB Question

    Although you are not eligible for CREB, but I think you qualified for EI, if your status in Canada is allowed you to apply EI.
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    CERB Question

    No, you are not eligible to receive CREB. One of the reason is that you stopped working because you and the company had issues, not solely because of the COVID19. And let me remind you that if anybody try to cheat the government on CREB, the penalty can be $50,000 or jail time, or both.
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    Borders for people who have relatives in Canada

    What JDDD posted is directly copied from official Canadian Government website. And some of the conditions are added in recently, such as you abandoned or withdrew a refugee claim in the past. So, it is true that if you have already filed a refugee claim in USA, you are ineligible to file...
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    Go back to home country

    There isn't any restrictions for Canadian Citizen to go anywhere that the law permitted to go, which means that yes, you can go back to your home country, if it is not on the travel ban list. But if the political climate is hostile to your home country, then there might have some risk that will...
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    do i need to provide PCC for each country i have ever lived in last 10 years?

    If you search this forum thoroughly, you will find that this question has been asked and answered many times. And yes, you need all PCCs from all countries that you have lived over 6 months, after you turned 18 years old.