The 3 year rule wouldn't apply. There will be quite a lot of scrutiny of the 2nd marriage.Hi
What happens if the ex spouse was approved for PR but never landed (under spouse sponsorship) and it ended in a divorce. Would the person still be responsible for the ex for the next 3 years or can they sponsor a new spouse if they choose to remarry?
I think you guys should be fine as she already got in express entry. You can put an explanation letter that you are doing co-op and you will support yourself.Hi Guys, my wife who lives outside canada applied to express entry and she got it! I am currently working in Canada as an engineering intern ( I have a work permit). She is not working and she doesnt have a job offer in Canada, she only has savings of about 30k-35k in her bank account. She wants to sponsor me so that I can get the PR since we are not sure if my one year internship will count as canadian work experience when I apply for PR. My question is: if she has 0 income in Canada (but good savings account), can she sponsor me to get the PR? Or does she have to work for at least a year and show that she has an income so that she can sponsor me ? Thank u