Sponsoring wife, first thing after landing

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Subject: Sponsoring wife, first thing after landing
dear All and Experts

I just received my Immigration Visa , and will move for good to Canada to start my new life and future there.
My question is, if I get married after Landing, will I be able to apply to sponsor my new wife easily even if I dont have a permanent job

[25-09-2007,15:51]
[***.229.242.56]
Radi
(in reply to: Sponsoring wife, first thing after landing)
Hi, sorry that no one helped you with that question, I am considering doing so, could you please tell me what happened and what is the process, it would help me a lot!
[24-03-2008,19:16]
[**.195.204.54]
Patty
(in reply to: Sponsoring wife, first thing after landing)
patty, look at the date on the post you just answered. August 07. I suspect Randi is long gone from this forum and his wife is almost landed by now.
[24-03-2008,19:56]
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Sharon
(in reply to: Sponsoring wife, first thing after landing)
Hi Patty,
I think I know what you are asking.... please go to the following link. That should be a good place to start.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/sponsor/spouse.asp

[26-03-2008,13:26]
[***.242.242.2]
Raj
(in reply to: Sponsoring wife, first thing after landing)
Well, yeah I saw it Sharon. Was hoping that he might tell what did he do...

I am familiar with the process now and have some concerns...

I applied as single, while my boyfriend and I where living together for more than a couple of years (I guess that makes him my common-law partner). The reason I did not add him on my application is because, we never though that we will marry and at the time I applied he wasn´t interested on going to Canada.

Things changed. And now we would like to do so. We are thinking of getting married AFTER I land and have him enter Canada on a TRV, and apply for his PR.

My concern is how can I avoid misrepresentation? I could say that our relationship is shorter than a year...but we have been sharing the same address for years...I also have good proves of bonding like shared bank accounts, car insurance policy, car title, pics, passport stamps and so...but how can I turn all these good proves on my favor, instead of against me?

Appreciate some help

[26-03-2008,20:18]
[**.195.204.54]
Patty

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