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Subject: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next
  Hi,
I am discussing my case here with hope i will get valuable information.

Myself is Sonia and We applied for immigration to canada under FSW in July 2009 and i am PA and our medical get done in Feb 2010 and we had submitted all documents to CHC New Delhi and they schedule our interview on 8 july, 2010 in the interview Visa Officer not satisfied with our merriage photos and she granted me visa but refused to my husband on following grrounds:-

1) Ring Ceremony not happend.

2) Merrage not in place of girl it was in city of boy and i defend with the ground that my most of relatives lives near by the city of merriage.

3)No lunch photographs i showed her but she said there is no crowd in photos.

We tried to show her other sound evidence which can prove our marriage but she said i have enough evidence to refuse visa to your spouse and may be this marriage is genuine and you can sponsor him from canada.

And We have following evidence whcich we dont have on interview date:-

1) Copy of certificate from food supply officer of my city which shows that my name was removed from ration card of my parints after marriage and added in ration card of my husband in 2008. And We married in oct 2008 and we applied under FSW in July 2009.

2) Marriage Invitation Card.

3) Registered Marriage Certificate which we showed her on date of interview.

4) Photos with our family after marriage.

5) Hotel Bill when we went on honeymoon.

Please advise what the next step we should take so that we can go there togather.

If some one suggest appeal please describe the procedure of appeal and time duration in appeal.

I look forwad for your help.
Thanks










[17-07-2010,04:33]
[***.227.162.149]
Sonia
(in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
Sonia

Something is totally illogical regarding your posting.

(WE) applied as a Federal Skilled Workers and CHC in New Delhi is assessing your marriage????

The Visa Officer granted you a Visa but refused your husband!!!!

Now if somehow you got Landed and got married after Landing the Immigration Appeal process is open to you. The Visa Post would have provided a letter explaining same.

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[17-07-2010,08:24]
[**.229.28.10]
Roy
CHC Delhi (in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
Hi Sonia,

It´s unfortunate that your husband has been denied visa along with you. You have applied for PR, not for the sponsorship of your husband. So, it is none of visa officer´s business to see into the marriage. Any how, if the decision has been conveyed to you officially, you have 60 days to appeal (From the date you received the decision) the decision of the visa officer, which can only be done in the federal court of canada and it is a costly option. But, if you migrated without your husband, it will be not an easy task to sponsor him in the future.

Regards,

Sandeep Prashar,
Certified Canadian Immigration Consultant,
sandeepprashar37@yahoo.ca

[18-07-2010,17:48]
[***.181.7.180]
sandeep prashar
WHY IS IT NOT EASY TASK TO SPONSOR SPOUSE (in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
THANKS FOR UR REPLY,BUT I AM LITTLE SURPRISED TO KNOW IT THAT IT IS NOT EASY TASK TO SPONSOR SPOUSE.BECAUSE AS MUCH I CAME TO KNOW FROM NET SURFING IS THAT IT IS A GOOD WAY IN PLACE OF LEGAL APEAL BECAUSE IN LEGAL APPEAL BOTH TIME AND MONEY COST IS HIGH AS COMPARE TO FILE A LEGAL PETITION IN CANADIAN FEDERAL COURT.WAT TYPE OF PROBLEMS U THINK THAT WE CAN FACE IN SPOUSE SPONSORSHIP..........
[19-07-2010,02:10]
[***.212.120.94]
SONIA
(in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
you are not providing clear information. any comment we might offer is a mere guess.

did you apply as a single person and get married in mid application?

did you notify CIC of your change in status?

some of the concerns CIC is indicating would also cause concern in a family class sponsorship.


[19-07-2010,02:52]
[**.154.245.217]
Sharon
already told (in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
in my initial post i had clearly mentioned that we had applied...which clearly mean that we were married before we applied.we got married in oct.2008 which is much before than we applied.
[19-07-2010,04:14]
[***.212.120.94]
SONIA
(in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
Sonia

You awake? Open your eyes and read slowly.

You and your dependents have to be admissable to Canada and your husband was not! But your approved????

You applied as a Federal Skilled Worker and CHC New Delhi assessed your marriage, illogical.

You need to go into someones office when you arrive who is reputable, knowledgeable and will provide references with all coorespondence from CHC and let them give you advice.

Your logic is just not there.

Roy]
cvimmigration.com

[19-07-2010,07:47]
[**.71.123.249]
Roy
(in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
Hi Roy,

I think I need to describe my case in detail.
Details are as per following:

I got married in Oct 2008 we know each other before marriage and we got married in Oct 2008. And we decide to apply to Canada in July 2009.. I am principal applicant and we want to go together in Canada so I tick the check box against the question “Will accompany your spouse to Canada “in heading family details of IMM Forms. Our medical done Feb 2010 and CHC New Delhi schedule the interview on 8 July 2010. Visa Officer (VO) ask many of questions about our marriage and she checked photo album of our marriage she raise the grounds which I have mentioned earlier while posting the here. On interview date we did not have bills of hotel where we stayed during honeymoon and she asked for marriage invitation card but we did not have that time. And she said I am deleting name of your husband from file you will get refund of fee of your spouse. And she asks for my passport and returns the passport of my husband without any rejection stamp. Now I am finding someone professional for legal advice. And I have read out many of post here and I found thatyou helped many pepole. We know that you take only family classes cases. So can you take our case and provide the services. How can I contact with you.

Thanks

Sonia

[21-07-2010,04:36]
[***.212.120.94]
SONIA
(in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
Hi Sonia!

really strange behaviour of the visa officer. What she has to do with your marriage as you filed your Case under FSW. At the same when you submitted your passports and marriage registration certificate,it is crystal clear from these two evidences(on which the name of Your Husband is written) that got married with that particular person.

Secondly whether you asked the visa officer,who was very confident that she had evidence to refuse visa of your husband. Kindly Share this fact.

[27-07-2010,05:28]
[**.94.182.193]
Ajay
(in reply to: CHC Delhi refused to my husband pls advise next)
CHC needs to verify the reationship is in fact legitimate and not one of convenirnce to facilliate him being able to accompany her under the FSW app as her spouse. They wanted to verify the relationship between me and my significant other and asked for proof as he was accompanying - we broke up before and even though our son is proof of our relatiosnhip - it doesnt matter now anyway...

If the Immigartion officer thinks Sonias marriage was once of convenience she has the right to deny/question - reality is based on Sonias advsce her and hubby were only married 9 months before they applied - shldulnt be an issue but is probably teh resoning behind teh IO´s stance.


Possibly the reason - but I think you can appeal and should o rjust apply for him under family Class

[05-08-2010,14:13]
[**.252.208.230]
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