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Subject: H&C granted question
Hello to ALL:
I was granted apermanent resident status 2 years ago based on H&C case. Now I need to travel with some family member to Cuba. Do think I will have problems when coming back to Canada if the CBSA asked me why did you travel ?


Thanks

[02-02-2011,13:23]
[***.95.122.50]
hafeez
(in reply to: H&C granted question)
So, in some point in history you said to an officer that if you were sent to Cuba (assuming you are a Cuban citizen) you were going to find hardship and so on. Under our system you were granted a Permanent Resident Status under Humanitatian grounds....so I am right so far....right?

Now, you don´t seem to have any problems traveling back to Cuba. Hmmmmm

Even if you were a Canadian citizen (Cuban-Canadian) you do realize that Cuba does not recognize dual citizenship right? So you would be treated as a Cuban and you are going to need a Cuban passport at the Cuban POE.

See, when you come back to Canada the officer may do one of two things.

1- Nothing. One stamp on your customs declaration and if you ask he/she may stamp your passport, pick up your bags and get out of the inspection area...done.

2- Put a note under your record for a CIC officer to investigate a bit further to determine if your previous claim was infact true or you were just full of it and misrepresented yourself. At that point things can change for you.

If you told the truth and just the truth and nothing but the truth so help you God when you filled your H&C application, you have nothing to worry about.

If you didn´t...then be worried.

[02-02-2011,16:44]
[***.115.153.178]
DocD
(in reply to: H&C granted question)
What kind of H&C was it?
[03-02-2011,00:54]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: H&C granted question)
The common grounds for getting written for misrepresentation are in regards to sponsorship either not declaring previous marriage or having entered into a marriage of convenience.

Please direct me to a case where a PR was given a removal order because he or she traveled back to his or her country of origin.

http://www.canlii.org/en/ca/irb/

[03-02-2011,01:15]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: H&C granted question)
I´m from Sudan and my family is going to visit Cuba so I want to know If it will create problems.
[03-02-2011,01:20]
[***.95.122.50]
hafeez
(in reply to: H&C granted question)
hafeez,

No it will not. You are good to go.

[03-02-2011,01:59]
[***.166.254.232]
DocD
(in reply to: H&C granted question)
Unquote [**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
"The common grounds for getting written for misrepresentation are in regards to sponsorship either not declaring previous marriage or having entered into a marriage of convenience".

Please direct me to a case where a PR was given a removal order because he or she traveled back to his or her country of origin.
http://www.canlii.org/en/ca/irb/

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You are still missing the point. Any information that was not given to the officer that is relevant during the decision making process can be used as ground for misrepresentation. It doesn´t apply in hafeez case though. I am just going to give you some food for thought about misrepresentation.

The website that you provided above is not a government site. I wouldn´t hold my breath on it.

What are you going to show next?....Wikipedia?

Here:
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/manuals/enf/enf05-eng.pdf

Take a time to read it and educate yourself on what a report 44 is based on.

[03-02-2011,02:17]
[***.166.254.232]
DocD
(in reply to: H&C granted question)
Made my day DocD, LOL

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[05-02-2011,07:22]
[**.228.218.12]
Roy

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