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Subject: Dependent Children
  I have posted a similar question before but I didn´t really receive a detailed reply. I want to know on which forms exactly to list my spouse´s child from a previous marriage. His daughter does not live with us and she will not be coming with us to Canada, so do I put her as a non-accompanying dependent child in all the forms or do I ONLY put her as an additional family member on the family member form? I don´t want to put her as a non-accompanying dependent on the rest of the forms if Immigration Canada is then going to ask for her to be medically examined as well (in case she applies at a later date), since that would slow the entire process down too much and cost even more unnecessary money.
Thanks for your help.

[28-01-2008,16:36]
[**.153.241.62]
Rachel
(in reply to: Dependent Children)
she will need to be medically examined regardless.
[28-01-2008,16:51]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
Why? (in reply to: Dependent Children)
Why does she have to be medically examined? It´s 350.00 for a medical examination; she doesn´t live with us, she has a mother and a stepfather, she won´t be accompanying us now or at a later date and if she ever goes to Canada it will be only with her american passport. It seems really unnecessary, costly, and I don´t see where it says on the immigration forms that all children have to be examined.

[28-01-2008,18:24]
[**.153.241.62]
Rachel
(in reply to: Dependent Children)
I answered this before so now read regulation 117 (9) (d).
[28-01-2008,18:24]
[**.158.52.214]
Roy
(in reply to: Dependent Children)
If you want your spouse here then have the child examined. Applicants and all of their dependents (only dependants) need to be examined. This child is his dependent.

Medical is less then half price in Canada $147.00 Canadian

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[29-01-2008,07:37]
[**.52.217.53]
Roy
Medical Exam (in reply to: Dependent Children)
I can´t get the child medically examined in Canada, we both live in the United States and are planning to move to Canada. The child lives with her mother and that´s it. Why exactly is the child ´his´ dependent if he was never married to the mother, never had a common law relationship with the mother and does not have custody of the child?
Imagine that he didn´t even know where his child lived; what would happen then?

[29-01-2008,17:27]
[**.10.190.128]
Rachel
(in reply to: Dependent Children)
it is all a matter of knowledge. Knowing that you have a child and saying they don´t exsist is fraud. Not being aware you are a parent - well, that is tragic but not misrepresentation.

As much as you don´t like the options - they are the only ones available to you.

[29-01-2008,18:26]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
(in reply to: Dependent Children)
He is an adult and his sperm can swim so he was old enough to know what he should of done. Stop defending him and make him pay.

Roy

[29-01-2008,22:14]
[**.52.219.135]
Roy
(in reply to: Dependent Children)
regardless of living arrangements, that child has a father and the DNA to prove it. in your original post you said they were married. Later they were not even common law. Which is it (not that it matters to CIC)

I can appreciate that his past is not your favourite subject but it is none the less part of his history and his baggage and therefore part of what he brings with him to Canada.

Sorry there is no real way to avoid it.

[29-01-2008,22:59]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
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