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Subject: misrepresented

[22-12-2008,14:49]
[**.250.84.37]
iced
(in reply to: misrepresented)


I am aware (now) that i misrepresented myself. (IRRP 117).

Im still here in Canada after 3 months of granted PR.

Im sponsoring my spouse. (which the chance is so slim).

will they revoke my PR now? i am with a child on 4th month.

[22-12-2008,14:53]
[**.250.84.37]
iced
(in reply to: misrepresented)
yes, you run the risk of having your PR revoked.


[22-12-2008,15:12]
[***.20.116.15]
Sharon
(in reply to: misrepresented)


will it literally mean of my removal here? though it would mean risk on my pregnancy?


[22-12-2008,16:07]
[**.250.84.37]
iced
(in reply to: misrepresented)
removal takes some time. why is there a risk to your pregnancy? CIC will suggest you go a live with your husband which is what you want - right? to be with your husband? Sure won´t be in Canada any time soon.

sorry I am not more empathetic to your situation. It infuriates me that people refuse to abide by the rules and then we should all feel sorry and make accomodations for this hardship and that hardship when the person gets caught.

You lied to the Canadian government.

[22-12-2008,16:18]
[***.20.116.15]
Sharon
(in reply to: misrepresented)

im nearly 5 months preg.

if they would remove me nearing my delivery...i guess it would be an issue.

i admit i am an i d i o t. so dont be so sorry.

really thank you for your straight answers here...at least i know what to expect.

just waiting now..



[22-12-2008,16:24]
[**.250.84.37]
iced
(in reply to: misrepresented)
ICED----Slow down and stop the panicking!

You have not even been called to an admissibility hearing and then there is always the appeal. Those to hearings can take months if not years.

So let me understand you misrepresented by?

Not declaring your Husband, Child, etc.

You could get married again if it was your husband!!! Depends on if you have submitted something already.
Husband could come another route.

You have legal options.

I know it is a stressful time but settle down ICED.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com


[22-12-2008,19:55]
[**.52.217.241]
Roy
(in reply to: misrepresented)

Thanks Mr Roy.

I got married back home, while my PR was in process.
I got my interview notice (PR) 2 weeks after i came back here in Canada.

didnt change my status. (bec i said, i was i d i o t...or, highly unwise at all...

got my PR status.

then sponsored my spouse...we submitted the documents September 2008. until now, hear nothing.

i know it will be refused. our marriage was of course registered before i got my PR...it will state the same date if ever i get a certificate.

my hope (to think positively), is way below the ground now...

i mean...okay...its going to be refused...leave canada...theres life out there...

i made a crap out of it...let it be...




[22-12-2008,23:04]
[**.250.84.37]
iced
(in reply to: misrepresented)
There is a chance that they will just reject your spouse sponsorship...not to revoke your PR.
[23-12-2008,01:22]
[**.115.77.146]
Anonymous
(in reply to: misrepresented)
as Roy suggests... consider your husband coming on his own merits.
[23-12-2008,02:59]
[***.20.116.15]
Sharon
(in reply to: misrepresented)
First thing to do is withdraw the undertaking which cancels the application.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[23-12-2008,08:03]
[**.52.216.62]
Roy