exclude spouse on process

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Subject: exclude spouse on process
 
my sponsorship of my family, (2 kids and spouse), started a year ago. i found out that my husband has another girl, and is not really into processing his papers to come here to canada...

but i want to continue sponsorship of my two kids.

is it possible to discontinue sponsoring spouse? or excluding him at all?

pls...i need good advices....

[04-01-2008,16:48]
[**.250.96.64]
yummy
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)
yes you can but do it soon. what may happen is that there will be some new requirements for bringing the children on their own - such as legal permission from their father.

you may want to get some assistance on this from someone like Roy who is very familiar with family class issues.

[04-01-2008,16:52]
[***.121.220.199]
Sharon
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)

thanks sharon for the prompt reply.

i was even trying to reach him by phone or any means, but he is somewhat missing, or doesnt want to communicate and cooperate at all with the application...

its stressful...


[04-01-2008,17:08]
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yummy
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)
ah ah ah, folks, you make me laughing Sharon.

yummy, please visit http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/index.asp and contact by email CIC Officer, they will be more than glad to tell you how to process in your case. I believe, there is no need at this point to hire an immigration consultant.

Please visit the following link http://www.immigration.ca/discussion/ there is more diversity in the opinions.

Hope it helps.

Regards,

[04-01-2008,17:09]
[***.103.184.76]
Fishing fighter
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)
sharon you are so inform on immigration matter where do you work?
[04-01-2008,18:05]
[***.168.245.109]
ham
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)
Yummy, our friend Fishing fighter seems to be an expert. However, he has no clue what he is saying and his advice is dangerous.

if you delete your husband from your application, (and it sounds like he deserves it) there are HUGE implications with the sponsorship of your children. If it is not done correctly, your application could take forever and it may not be successful. You are going to have to establish some custody issues and perhaps legal separation issues promptly.

At the very least, get some professional advice. If you can proceed on your own, fine but make sure you get all the information and ramifications clear in your mind first. DO NOT rely on the information provided by the CIC call center. It is inconsistent at best.

Fishing, when you are playing with someone´s life and future, please be more careful how flipant you are with your advice.

[04-01-2008,19:22]
[***.121.220.199]
Sharon
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)
Ham, I am working on the westcoast of Canada in a profession far removed from immigration matters. I have been involved as a matter of personal interest in immigration matters for about 5 years now. I help out here when I can.
[04-01-2008,19:24]
[***.121.220.199]
Sharon
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)
yummy, you may want to check out Road to Canada. There is a large contingent of family class sponsorships and I believe there are some members there that have had similar issues with custody, sponsorship and partners that have proved to be slightly less than honourable.
[04-01-2008,19:26]
[***.121.220.199]
Sharon
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)

thank u sharon for the advice...ive been reading your replies here, and they are very helpful...

unfaithful husbands are pains in bums...

i think i will need a lawyer to fix it, or a killer to put them at rest...(no, i dont have guts to d that)

[04-01-2008,22:06]
[**.226.52.26]
Anonymous
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)
I can relate.

I am assuming the children in question are biological and they are currently in the custody of your wayward husband - all living outside Canada.

You are dealing with international custody law as well as immigration law. A lot will depend on the country where the children are residing.

Someone who specializes in immigration issues is critical rather than you standard divorce/family law type lawyer. I know this is going to cost you money but you are dealing with some high stakes.

Sorry this is happening to you. One of your biggest concerns will be putting the breaks on your unfaithful so he cannot arrive in Canada and suck the life out of you for the next 3 years.

[04-01-2008,22:54]
[***.121.220.199]
Sharon
(in reply to: exclude spouse on process)
Fishing Fighter again, what is his/her problem and I see no where here that anyone suggested hiring a Consultant or a Lawyer. If your advice is an example of advice on the other forum please do not recommend anyone to go there.

Yummy from your posting I am assuming you´re a PR or Citizen already in Canada. That when the you got approved for what ever reason you left the kids in the home country and filled in your IMM 008 as if they and your husband were non-accompaning dependents. True or False?

Now from a male point of view lets not totally dump on the guy unless your 100% sure. Some guys are great Dad´s and others are only Fathers. Taking care of two kids well mom spent considerable time in another country can lead to severe strain in any country. Regardless he and the kids will need to do medicals and he will need a police clearance.

What I do not understand is how did you get landed without them passing medicals?

What papers are you claiming he is not processing?

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[05-01-2008,08:52]
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Roy