which is the better option? HELP!

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Subject: which is the better option? HELP!
  I need help with parental sponsorship. My parents came to Canada on a visit visa (their visa is still valid). I want to sponsor them from within Canada and I meet the criteria based upon low income cut off. Due to the circumstances at their home country they can apply as a refugee and also on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. I want to know:

1- Which option is better?
2- What is the success rate and timelines for each method?
3- What are the pros and Cons of each?

Any advice will be helpful. Thanks.

[29-08-2009,10:05]
[**.12.103.66]
xyz
(in reply to: which is the better option? HELP!)
I have no idea on refugee case processing timeline but H&C can be unthinkably long. If you are going to go ahead with H&C, be prepared to wait around 4 years.
[29-08-2009,10:51]
[**.51.252.101]
ABC
(in reply to: which is the better option? HELP!)
Timeline for refugee cases are crucial. How long in Canada before making their claim.

****why 48% of all refugee claims are successful****

H&C can be considerably faster or....slower!

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[30-08-2009,08:13]
[**.55.217.116]
Roy
(in reply to: which is the better option? HELP!)
@ROY
What is the shortest processing time you´ve seen so far for H&C? Just curious.

[30-08-2009,08:33]
[**.51.254.65]
ABC
(in reply to: which is the better option? HELP!)
and what is the longest?
[30-08-2009,09:59]
[**.51.254.65]
ABC
(in reply to: which is the better option? HELP!)
They are here for less than 6 months. So is it better to make a refugee claim sooner rather than later? Is is bad for their case if they have been in Canada for a long time and didn´t file a refugee claim?

What factors determine the speed of H&C processing?

[30-08-2009,13:08]
[**.12.101.37]
xyz
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