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Subject: Need Immigration Consultant advise (Sharon o Roy)
  Roy and Sharon-

I know you are very busy, but I really need some advise on my previous post down below. Please help.

Hello,

I?m a Canadian Citizen living in El Salvador. I?m married and moving back to Canada to apply for my Wife?s residency. My Wife has 2 daughters that have lived with me since they were 1 and 2, now 8 and 9.

I have recognized both girls as my daughters as that was the advice we received from the lawyer when we got married. On their birth certificate I appear as the Father. My question is the following.

Do I apply for girls residency on the same application as my wife or is there a different process that needs to be taken?

My other question is I have lived and worked in El Salvador for 3 years. Do I have to wait 12 months to provide 12 months of employment history or can I apply once I arrive in Canada or can I provide my work history from El Salvador.

I appreciate your advice and help on the matter.

Thank you for your time

Tommy.

[27-02-2008,20:07]
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Tommy
(in reply to: Need Immigration Consultant advise (Sharon o Roy))
the children should be included on the application.

if you are a citizen and intending to return back to Canada you can begin the process while in El Salvador. You will be required to verify that you do indeed intend to return to Canada.

there is no income requirement for spousal sponsorship

[27-02-2008,21:05]
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sharon
Reply to the Need Immigration Consultant advise (Sharon o Roy) (in reply to: Need Immigration Consultant advise (Sharon o Roy))
Thank you sharon. The thing is I´m returning to Canada in about 5 days so I´m kind of out of time to do it from El Salvador.

Just to confirm even though I´m sponsering her childern also, there still is no income requirement?

And,can I start the process once I arrive? Please confirm.

Thank you again you are so KIND and HELPFUL

Tommy

[28-02-2008,00:53]
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Tommy
(in reply to: Need Immigration Consultant advise (Sharon o Roy))
When you say you have "recognized the girls" and you are listed as father on "the girls birth certificate".

Have you adopted them or been legally appointed their guardian?

You can pay Canadian Taxes and declare no income if you so desire and still be approved to sponsor your family. You need to return before or on the same day they arrive.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[28-02-2008,06:57]
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Roy
(in reply to: Need Immigration Consultant advise (Sharon o Roy))
To Tommy:
You ´d better to apply in El Salvador, since if you do so you will be able to appeal a negative decision. However, if you submit an application in Canada,you won´t have a right to appeal.
Good luck

[28-02-2008,10:21]
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Tatiana
(in reply to: Need Immigration Consultant advise (Sharon o Roy))
Only their Mother(my wife) appeared on their birth certificate, so when we got married the lawyer asked if I wanted to appear there as their Father as that is a practiced custom here so they can have to parents on their birth cirtificate.

I have not adopted them or been legally appointed their guardian. I just appear on their birth cirtificate as their Father.

Thank you for everyones advise, now I running out of time since I´m leaving in 4 days, I just want to make sure I´m doing the right thing. And when I arrive in Canada I will be able to sponser my wife and her daugthers.

Roy if it´s not to much to ask can you clarify "You can pay Canadian Taxes and declare no income"

Tommy

[28-02-2008,12:25]
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Tommy
Sponsoring mother (in reply to: Need Immigration Consultant advise (Sharon o Roy))
Roy and Sharon-
Hi,
I really need some advise on the matter below.Please help.

I?m a Canadian Citizen living in Canada in good status with my wife and two kids.
My father recently passed away back home, after that my mother became alone and leaving under temporary arrangement.I´ve two sisters married and living with their husband´s families, seprately.
Earlier my parents especially father was not interested in migration to Canada so I didn´t apply.

Now I want to bring my mother in Canada to live with me
( I´m the only son ) as quickly as possible but the wait time is around three years. I tried for multiple visit visa to make it quick but Embassy rejected the request.

Now I´m planning to apply for immigration first then for visit visa again with an affadavit that she will not over stay.

My question, is it the right strategy and whether there are good options available for my case.I main objective is to bring her with me ASAP.
We desperately need her to be here, otherwise I´ll have consider go back till I resolve this critical issue and it will be a very tuff decission


I appreciate your advice and help on the matter.

Thank you for your time

Farooq

[29-02-2008,13:35]
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Farooq
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