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Subject: Visitors' Visa
  I´ve recently just married a Lebanese citizen, although we haven´t put in the overseas application for permanent residence yet, as we are waiting on Lebanese officials to process and provide us with our marriage certificate.

I´ve since returned to Canada, to find out that I´m now four weeks pregnant with his child.

What I need to know is that if the application isn´t approved by the time I´m due to have the baby, would my husband be able to get a Visitors´ Visa to come and see the birth of his child?

If he is eligible, how would I go about applying for said Visa?

[08-08-2008,11:48]
[**.24.104.76]
Louisa
(in reply to: Visitors' Visa)
If you apply for visa without wasting time any further, he will be able to come as a PR before the delivery of kids. Visitors visas are no guarantee as like any other visa. But you can alawys get a letter from your doctor and submitt it along with your application. I would suggest that you must apply for his sponsorship before you apply for his visit visa as probably you would be able to bring him over withing next 6-8 months and even if a PR sponsorship is in process they will consider him giving the visa. Visit visa will be difficult to get if the PR is not in process as the embassy would assume that he would just not come and apply as In Canada applicant which he can but in canada is a very time consuming process. So analyse the situation make a right move.
[08-08-2008,13:23]
[***.50.205.242]
Mike
Visitors' visa (in reply to: Visitors' Visa)
okay thanks and much appreciated for your reply, but what i want to ask is this too, i read on some other website, that visa offices are not processing any applications at the moment and if so, is this for permanent and temporary visas?

i know im raining down questions on you but like you said, lets say we did submit the application and it got accepted, but not processed because of whats going on here, would it still be considered as him getting a PR visa if he was to apply for a visitors visa if temporary visas were still processed?

[08-08-2008,13:34]
[***.151.224.29]
Louisa
(in reply to: Visitors' Visa)
I have no information about NO PROCESSING thing. I think processing is active. Can you send me the link of the website where you read that there is no processing nowadays. Family sponsorship for spouse is the quickest and hassle free thing and processing times are very short. So you need to verify this information, i think its not correct.
[08-08-2008,14:04]
[***.50.205.242]
Mike
Visitors' visa (in reply to: Visitors' Visa)
http://britishexpats.com/forum/showthread.php?t=553372

here you go

[08-08-2008,14:21]
[***.151.224.29]
Louisa
Visitors' visa (in reply to: Visitors' Visa)
i dont know if its only related to skilled worker
[08-08-2008,14:23]
[***.151.224.29]
Louisa
(in reply to: Visitors' Visa)
Come on, there is no such things no processing for anybody. Apply for spousal sponsorship ASAP. And dont make any conclusions based on news from these resources. If you want to know what is going on immigration in Canada you should go to www.cic.gc.ca and forget the rest. Apply for spousal sponsorship without any further delay and submitt all thye supporting documents and fill the forms correctly. Instructions are on the site: www.cic.gc.ca
Good Luck!

[08-08-2008,14:30]
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Mike
Visitors' visa (in reply to: Visitors' Visa)
thanks
[08-08-2008,14:54]
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Louisa
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