Brother i knew you have answer my queryI have already answered this before. Read the responses. Asking the same question over the over will not lead to a different answer.
Good day @legalfalcon
I want to gain this opportunity to thank you for all your help and support you are giving us in this forum.
I have some questions regarding the signatures...
-1- On my passport which I have used to apply for PR, there is a signature of me and I used this signature to sign the Schedule A and the travel history that they told me to submit. Also I used that signature on my medicals and when I was signing the consents for requesting GCMS notes. Shall I stick to that signature while I am in Canada for the rest of the life, or when I am there, I can change it for something else and use a different signature?
-2- Is there a place on the PR card for my signature?
-3- Is there a legal procedure to start using a different signature?
Thanks a lot!
The sponsor does not have to continue to live in Manitoba, as long as they meet the sponsorship obligation.Brother i knew you have answer my query
But i am confuse with below sentence that's why I am asking you.
1. There is no ongoing requirement to live in Manitoba.
2. It would not, as long as your cousin is compliant with the requirements of the sponsor.
What does that mean of your above sentence.
Please reply me.
We received an ITR (FSW) in December and submitted a PR application a few weeks ago.
I am currently a US citizen and my wife is a US green card holder + citizen of country X (in eastern europe, one which does not recognize dual citizenship). My wife is in the process of obtaining US citizenship, likely to happen in the next 3-4 months. When she does, she will have to renounce her current citizenship in favor of US citizenship and obtain a US passport.
If our Canadian PR application is approved before she obtains US citizenship, what do we need to do?
If she obtains US citizenship while our canadian PR application is still in progress, what do we need to do?
Thank you very much, @legalfalcon . If the PR application is approved and then her citizenship changes, will there be no problem 'landing' in Canada on a different (i.e US) passport than the one she applied with? Similarly, receiving the PR card without letting them know her citizenship has changed? I only ask because our biometric appointment letter had this little section :If your spouse's citizenship changes, i.e. is the US citizenship is granted, you will have to Inform IRCC if the application is in progress. You will also have to submit the scan of US passport / proof of citizenship via webform.
IF the application is approved, and you become a Canadian PR, there is no need to inform as the application is closed.
There will be no problem, only that you will have to inform IRCC and send your US passport for your spouse if the citizenship change while the application is in progress. Since US citizens are visa exempt, you can then travel with only a COPR, without having to submit the passport for PR visa.Thank you very much, @legalfalcon . If the PR application is approved and then her citizenship changes, will there be no problem 'landing' in Canada on a different (i.e US) passport than the one she applied with? Similarly, receiving the PR card without letting them know her citizenship has changed? I only ask because our biometric appointment letter had this little section :
"You must use the same travel document throughout the application process, including when you go to a biometric collection service point to give your biometrics. You must also use the same travel document upon arrival in Canada."
Thanks you so much your replyThe sponsor does not have to continue to live in Manitoba, as long as they meet the sponsorship obligation.
No, it will not. The PA should not have the intention to reside in QC.Hello legalfalcon,
I as the principal applicant lives in alberta province but my spouse is in montreal on a contract job ending by May. Will this affect the application in any way?