How much detail is too much detail?

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Subject: How much detail is too much detail?
  I want to sponsor my husband who is in Iraq. He used to be in England but returned voluntarily to iraq so i could sponsor him. There was a period of time he spent travelling through europe in search of a country of refuge. Aside from listing the countries he has visited (though obviously not with a legitimate passport) and describing them as "sought a place of refuge", should i attach a schedule to the application detailing how he initially left Iraq and got to England?

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated! I´m second guessing myself...I currently wrote a little synopsis of how he left Iraq and came to England, giving dates, etc... but I am wondering whether I should just fill in the required info on the application and leave the rest for the interview.....


[30-01-2008,01:18]
[**.226.102.167]
Spousal Sponsorship
(in reply to: How much detail is too much detail?)
the only thing that sets off alarm bells is whether you have enough evidence to prove you are not in a marriage of convenience - given his circumstances.
[30-01-2008,02:44]
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Sharon
(in reply to: How much detail is too much detail?)
Dear Sposual Sponsorship

ARE YOU ADMITTING YOUR HUSBAND BROKE LAWS IN OTHER COUNTRIES BY ENTERING AND EXITING WITH FALSE DOCUMENTS WHICH WOULD BE A CRIME IN CANADA SO CIC WILL FIND HIM INADMISSABLE?

They ask for addresses in schedule 1! PERIOD.

The issue also is security clearances or proof of no convictions for every country he resided in for more then six months, regardless of status there.

The issue is not where he is legally but where the application has to be submitted.

There is a question on both the sponsored persons and sponsors questionnaire which is not numbered. In that mention how you met how you maintain contact etc.

You need

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[30-01-2008,09:11]
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Roy
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