How Sister can be a help?

Canada Immigration Forum (discussion group)


 
visaplace.com            
Subject: How Sister can be a help?
  Hi Everyone,

My Sis got married to a Canadian citizen and her husband applied for her 7 months ago, now the local CAN High Comm has asked for her passport, it means she is gonna get her visa within 21 days. My Question is, what kinda visa this is? Sponsoring spouse? PR? and once she reaches CAN, how she would be a help to my endeavor to go to CAN as an immigrant? I got a Masters and 4+ years of working experience.

I know I can get 5 points from her as I am her brother.
but what other brief ways that she can help me to take me there.
I am unmarried and only 24 years old.

[07-03-2008,14:55]
[***.189.224.3]
Jnathan
(in reply to: How Sister can be a help?)
Your sister can not sponsor she can only sponsor her parents you might have a chance if she sponsors your parents if you are only the family member left you have a chance to come under H&C grounds but this will take long time.The best thing for you is to apply for work permit after working for one year then submit your application for PR once your in the country is much faster.
[07-03-2008,16:51]
[**.150.37.117]
chief
(in reply to: How Sister can be a help?)
That might be her PR visas but i a not sure it should say on the papers sent together with passport.
[07-03-2008,16:54]
[**.150.37.117]
chief
Sponsiring family member left (in reply to: How Sister can be a help?)
" if you are only the family member left you have a chance to come under H&C grounds but this will take long time"

Hello Chief, I am interested to know more about this. Where can I read more on this? Thanks.

[08-03-2008,23:15]
[***.127.228.5]
Fely
(in reply to: How Sister can be a help?)
her husband is her family member. I don´t think this would work. Did she list you on her original applcation as family member?

your best option is a work permit, or a skilled worker application.

[08-03-2008,23:22]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
(in reply to: How Sister can be a help?)
My Sis Just got her PR visa !!


I will let you all know what kinda visa is this after reading her papers later this evening. We all are so much ecstatic as well as sad at the same time. Happy for her success and her dream got fulfilled to live with her husband and we are sad coz we were very close and she has been living with us even after she got married.

I´ll get back soon.

[09-03-2008,08:22]
[***.189.230.2]
jnathan
(in reply to: How Sister can be a help?)
99% sure it is a sponsorship.

If she is allowed to sponsor you (and I am not convinced she is) she will need to prove she has a job and income. If she does not earn enough money, her husband will need to sign that he will also be responsibile.

the agreement they make with the government is for 10 years.

I strongly suggest you come to Canada on your own merits. yes, you can claim 5 points for family in Canada.

[09-03-2008,11:28]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
(in reply to: How Sister can be a help?)
I think skilled worker is one of the options you have. You can also apply for a work permit if your sister can land you a job offer and then apply for PR as In Canada applicant. However getting a job offer is not that easy process. I would suggest, skilled worker is the best option for you and will get 5 points as well. Otherwise , you can get married with a Canadian as well and come to Canada in 5-6 months like your sister.
[11-03-2008,16:17]
[***.50.205.242]
Mike
(in reply to: How Sister can be a help?)
Thanks All, coming to Canada isnt the only dream but having a dignified job and living happily is. Dees anyone know, living in Canada for 22 days might get me some points for adaptibility coz I went there in 2003 and lived there for 22 days.
[11-03-2008,16:27]
[***.189.230.2]
jnathan
Reply to the How Sister can be a help? posting
Submission Code (SX19417) Copy The Code From The Left found in the brackets
Name
Email
Reply Subject
Reply Message


Canada Immigration Forum at Canadian Cities Website. Imigrants helping imigrants! Follow Oliver Lepki on Google+!
Web Site Design - Abacus.ca