ROY - Please?? What do I do?

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Subject: ROY - Please?? What do I do?
  I am a U.S. Citizen and would like to apply for FSW class. I have 72 points as i would be the principal applicant. My husband is currently residing in Mexico. We have been married for 4 years and known each other for 8 years. We have tried to get his green card for the United states but the new laws prevented him from doing so. He has no criminal record other than an immigration violation. (Being in the United States for more that 365 days with no status). This is what caused his permanent ban.

We have two children together and i have three older children from a previous marriage that are already residing in Canada with their father (my ex-husband).

Do you think i will have a problem appling under FSW in Buffalo considering me being the U.S. citizen and the principal applicant? Canada is our only option for our children to grow up with plenty of opportunities. And i do not want to lose contact with my other children. As it is right now i live in the detroit area pick them up every other weekend.

I have heard that CIC doens?t care whether you have immigration problems in other countries especially if he?s not the principal applicant.

I have also heard that i might have a problem immigrating due to my husband citizenship from a different country than me.

please let me know your opinions. I want my family back together again. We have already been apart for 1 1/2 years.

He did not come in lawfully. (That is the whole reason for the ban)


[12-08-2008,18:21]
[***.120.144.97]
Dawn
(in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
You have little problem other then telling the truth. Your relationship has held the distance and the time so go for it.

I love to tell good parents things like this.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[12-08-2008,20:29]
[**.52.217.100]
Roy
Thank you (in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
Thank you for you kind words. Especially when things look so grim and the end seems so far away. I really would like to apply now but as you have said, everything is on hold as of Feb 28, 2008. Then trying to save up $20,000 on a single income with me supporting my husband and all five children is going to be a miracle but not impossible. I look forward to the day that my husband and i can finally share a life together, and the day that our children can come home each day with a great big hug from daddy.
[12-08-2008,21:17]
[**.62.58.49]
Dawn
(in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
Consider a WP and include the kids and the husband if you have an occupation in Demand

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[12-08-2008,22:13]
[**.52.217.100]
Roy
wp (in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
I have diligently been looking for a job and it´s very difficult to find someone willing to get the work permit. I work as a mechanical tool designer in the states but in canada i can only work as a draftsperson due to only having a drafting certificate and not an associates. Although Canada doesn´t seem to care that I´ve been in the business for more than 10 years.
[12-08-2008,23:47]
[**.62.58.49]
Dawn
(in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
Dawn when one thinks, I can, they can do it. When one thinks that prevents them it never works because you have a defeatest attitude before you apply.

The main duties are what are important for Immigration. R U NOC 2232? http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC-CNP/app/checkversion.aspx?lc=e&level=6&noccode=2232

Certification in mechanical engineering technology or in a related field is available through provincial associations of engineering/applied science technologists and technicians and may be required for some positions. So get certified!!!!!

Now the issue of your husband overstaying in the states is and will be an issue but he is Mexican and there is NAFTA as well. You can choose to make it a major issue or just an issue.

Dawn for the first morning in many days it is not raining in Toronto....yet!

Look on the bright side of things and they will come your way.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[13-08-2008,09:07]
[**.52.216.24]
Roy
(in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
Dawn

Do you speak English, Do you Write English, Do you Read English and most important do you have colour in your cheeks which is spelled with a "U" LOL.

You have the five years of experience which they require. The company has advertised here http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/ShowJob_en.aspx?OrderNum=3928160&Source=JobPosting&ProvId=06&Keyword=+tool+designer&Sources=JobBank,Government&Student=No

and probably in print. Check Monster.ca or workopoplis (sp) and then it will be not difficult to get a LMO for you. LMO time frame 15 business days in Ontario.

Well is there "colour" in those cheeks of yours?

Good Morning

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com





[13-08-2008,09:25]
[**.52.216.24]
Roy
certification (in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
Certification is through OACETT correct?
[13-08-2008,09:55]
[***.120.144.97]
Dawn
LMO timeframe 15 business days in Ontario (in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
I have an employer in Ontario and they applied my LMO on the first week of August. So, why I have not received anything yet from Service Canada if my LMO application is okay? It´s 1.5 mos now. Could you give me other reason why it takes too long? 09/13/08
[13-09-2008,08:52]
[**.76.211.199]
ver
(in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
Did you and your employer sign a contract, post the position on the Federal Government Job Bank, advertise in print media, etc.???

HRSDC woiuld contact the employer the day after they post the position on the Job Bank, did they?

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[13-09-2008,09:17]
[**.52.219.141]
Roy
(in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?) (in reply to: ROY - Please?? What do I do?)
Already signed the contract and submitted the documents that Service Canada will need. I don´t know about the Federal Government Job Bank and media thing.

Could you explain the process about the posting on the Job bank?

[13-09-2008,09:41]
[**.76.211.199]
ver