Sponsorship and PRRA

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Subject: Sponsorship and PRRA
  I married my husband on Feb. 16, 2008. At the beginning of March he received a letter reagarding the PRRA, tell him he had 14 days to respond or he would be removed. We have since received the papers required to complete the sponsorship and it has been sent. My question is, if they do not accept the Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds response to the PRRA, will he be deported, even though we were married prior to him being giving any notice of the PRRA and even though we are still in the submission stage of the Humanitarian and compassionate grounds plee.
[27-03-2008,17:18]
[**.147.59.107]
Sarah
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
Perfect timing of this question.

TY Sarah

Okay in the Inland Processing Manual IP8 you will find that removal takes priority from the (date) of the initial PRRA letter---according to CBSA.

I have a Chinese couple who have been living together as Husband and Wife since December of 2005 yet never submitted a spousal sponsorship until October 26th 2008. THEY HAVE TWO CANADIAN CHILDREN TOGETHER

[27-03-2008,19:52]
[**.15.48.197]
Roy
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
they got married in February of 2008. If you heck the processing of spousal sponsorships In Land & Vegreville is processing October 12th 2008. JUST TWO WEEKS!!!!!

The spouse is suppose to leave on the 31st of March 2008 even though she has a 6 month old son who is breast feeding.

The Canadian son will only be allowed to be admitted to China for 90 days and due to a new Chinese Law there is currently not enough time to go through the process required to get an extension.

We are waiting to see if we get a deferral of removal.

THE NEWSPAPERS ARE AN OPTION AND I HAVE SOMETHING UP MY SLEEVE THAT WILL SHOCK TANISHA IF THAT IS YOU.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com


[27-03-2008,19:58]
[**.15.48.197]
Roy
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
No, this is definitely not my situation.

My husband arrivved in Canada 2 years ago as a refugee. He had his first hearing approximately 1 year after his arrival. Approximately 3 months after he as notified that it had been rejected. At that point we filled a leave to the federal court because there was just reason to have the case reviewed. During which time we talked about getting married. In January we found out that it had also been rejected but had already made plans to marry on February 16. We were married on February 16 and immediately started to prepare the documents for sponsorship. However, the documents from his home country took longer then we had expected and didn?t arrive until the 11th of March. I believe he received the notice of the PRRA around March 1 or 2. All the documents for the sponsorhip were signed but we didn?t want to send the stuff incomplete.

Now we have just sent the documents and are preparing evidence for the Humanitarian and Compassionate grounds. Will they still review the sponsorship application?

If they do review it and it gets processed faster then the PRRA,and he is excepted will he able to remain?

And if the result of the Humanitarian and Compassionate Plee comes back before the sponsorship, where do we go from there?

Thanks for your help!

[27-03-2008,21:19]
[***.179.183.172]
Sarah
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
Sarah sorry but this CBSA officer who does not take into account the Best Interest of the Child and I have been going at it every hour of each day this week.

Now I hate to tell you but your husband is in the exact same situation.

I have one PRRA application that has still not been answered in 2 3/4 years but that is so rare. If you go to the PP3 manual you will find that even though your husbands PRRA submission has been sent in you can still send in more stuff if there is any NEW stuff until they render a decision.

Would you like to speak to others who have gone through the same situation as you?

You wasted $550.00 for the spousal application if the PRRA is dealt with in under five months. Having him go underground is not an option either.

Application for leave to appeal normal cost $2,300.00 was also a waste since success rate is real low. Legal Counsel never told you that though. Lucky the application for an appeal was not won because your husband would still be paying for the appeal.

Well since some here will not believe me which is fine ---- who am I--- I suggest call this number ++905-405-3500 and ask this question

"If I sponsored my husband after he was called to a initial PRRA interview and the PRRA comes back negative will he be allowed to remain until my marriage application is looked at"?

Now you can always write a deferral letter but if you do not use the ACT and the Regulations as well common sense he will be on a plane.

There has to be logic and common sense and a reason to show compassion. The example above I said point blank that my clients who also waited for a document and was too slow (don´t worry be happy) because CIC & CBSA had not contacted them either so no spousal sponsorship.

Then BANG the dreaded letter!

They paid an unauthorized person to do their marriage application and five months later that person is out of business.

Now taking a six month old baby with you so he can be breast fed and having the child being kicked out of China because the parents will not be able to get an extended visitor visa while only needing to wait for two weeks of In Land spousal processing times probably has more reasons then your situation.

I have always said here if you can not find a representative that can give you a logical answer with references then run.

I suggest find more new evidence for the PPRA and pray they are slow in making their decision. Think positive.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[28-03-2008,09:41]
[**.52.216.41]
Roy
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
Whoops I made a mistake (typo)

My clients got married February 2007 not 2008 and never submitted the spousal sponsorship application until October 26th 2008

Roy

[28-03-2008,09:48]
[**.52.216.41]
Roy
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
Ok so assuming that the PRRA gets processed faster then the sponsorship papers, what are our options?
[28-03-2008,13:18]
[**.147.59.107]
Sarah
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
Oh as well, no documentation has been sent in yet, he´s only responded that there is an intent to submit documentation for the PRRA.
[28-03-2008,13:34]
[**.147.59.107]
Sarah
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
Sarah lets be very clear here!

Has your husband been called for an initial PRRA interview and been told he has fifteen days to complete the forms and a further fifteen days to hand in submissions regarding new evidence why he would face a Risk to his life if removed.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[28-03-2008,17:10]
[**.158.53.207]
Roy
(in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
He completed forms saying he has intent to file PRRA. He has not ever been for an interview, and there is an extension of the time period for which his documents can be received. At this point no documents have be submitted.
[28-03-2008,18:00]
[**.147.59.107]
Sarah
PRRA Application (in reply to: Sponsorship and PRRA)
My question for you if person present PRRA Application submitted for right time and after he again present further more document´s or not and second when the person present PRRA Application then his family, forexample live other country and what the chances he also get Visa and come here and join and what the chances Embassy given Visa and how long time processing PRRA Application for minimum and chances and which application best PRRA or Humantarian Ground because PRRA Officer before said to me you present PRRA Application so me already submitted before 15 days
so please tell me in that time me again present further documents or still wait

[22-04-2008,19:19]
[**.48.77.181]
Emon