Getting married and Studying

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Subject: Getting married and Studying
  Thanks for their advice and help. I am confused about many issues related to immigration process. I am from Mexico and am here right now. The next month I am going to marry in Canada with a Canadian citizen. Additionally, I have been accepted to study a MBA in Canada. My questions are the following:

1. After I get married, I will be living with him in Canada.
? Could I study the MBA without the study permit because I will be married with a Canadian citizen?

2. In case that the study permit is required, Could I get my student permit inside of Canada ?

3. After that I get married and begin with the process for the Sponsorship, in which moment could I begin to study with the rights of a permanent resident?

4. Could I apply at the same time for the study permit and the permanent residence inside of Canada?

5. During the process for the obtaining of the permanent residence via sponsorship, Could I return to Mexico ?

Thank you very much by its comments. Really appreciate its information.

[13-03-2009,12:26]
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Annel Perez
(in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
1. No, you need a study permit to study in Canada.

2. No, you will have to apply in US or your home country. You can mail your application, however you will have slim chance of getting approved.

3. Only after you have landed as a PR, you start paying domestic fees. For inland application I think you can start working after the first stage approval so, I guess you can study also after the first stage approval.

4. No inland study permit applications are possible.

5. You can return to Mexico but you may not be allowed to enter Canada until a decision has been made on your PR application.

You should apply for a study permit and enter Canada as a student. Get married and file an outland sponsorship application.

Or, defer your admission, get married and apply for outland sponsorship. You can start studying once you get PR.

[13-03-2009,12:37]
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Samm
(in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
Ola elmana
come stas bunita linda, come va la vida chiquita

[13-03-2009,15:33]
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Pancho Villa
Both Processes (in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
I really appreciate your advice. According with your comments it means that I can not do both processes ( study permit and PR) at the same time. Therefore, I could apply for the study permit inside of Canada. Once that I have this permit, I would continue with my PR. Is this rigth ?
Thank you so much.



[13-03-2009,17:57]
[***.152.94.107]
Annel Perez
(in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
You are misinterpreting my comments.

1. If you get married to a Canadian citizen or permanent resident before applying for study permit then chances of you getting study permit are very slim. In this case, you will have to wait for spousal application for PR to be approved (first stage approval for inland).

2. If you enter Canada with a valid study permit and get married then you can continue to study while the spousal application is in process.

Outland sponsorship applications are faster than inland with an option to appeal in case the decision is not favorable. Inland applications allow you to apply for study or work permit after first stage approval.




[13-03-2009,18:47]
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Samm
How can I Sponsorship (in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
I am A Nigeria geting marry to a Nigeria woman I would like to know if can apply for sponsorship and (If yes) how can apply for sponsorship.
Thanks
Olagunju K.J
nbs Abuja Nigeria

[29-04-2009,06:40]
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OLAGUNJU KEHINDE JULIUS
study and getting married to pr (in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
i am a student in canada and if i got married to an pr guy of canada,
1) can i drop my studies and be eligible for PR in canada ?
@) if i discoutinues my studies , can i stay in canada with my spouse or i have to go back to my home country.

[13-01-2010,11:18]
[***.206.217.195]
sohal
gona get married with CAD citizen (in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
i am a student in canada and if i got married to an pr guy of canada,
1) can i drop my studies and be eligible for PR in canada ?
@) if i discoutinues my studies , can i stay in canada with my spouse or i have to go back to my home country

[17-10-2011,17:39]
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younas
(in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
1)no
2)no, you still need to go home. The Canadian will need to sponsor you and both of you will have to qualify.

Does not sound like you are very interested in your education.

[17-10-2011,20:37]
[**.156.43.208]
Sharon
Getting married and studying (in reply to: Getting married and Studying)
I have a complicated situation. I am currently on study permit in Canada (Exp. date March 2022) and married to Canadian Citizen. I am trying to finish my phD degree. PhD is getting delayed, however, I am getting an offer in industry to work full time.

As a student i wont be able to work full time.
But if i apply for PR through spousal sponsorship then I will get open work permit in about 3 months.

Now the question is, will my study permit be valid after getting open work permit?

It is possible that my study might still be continuing when i get open work permit.

I highly appreciate your time.
Thanks,
Ketan

[31-08-2021,22:04]
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Kumar
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