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Subject: Marrying a canadian
  Hello, hope someone can help. I am a uk citizen and want to marry my partner who is a Canadian citizen in Vancouver BC. Does anyone know whether I would be allowed to stay in canada if we marry there and would I be stopped from re-entering canada if I returned to the UK for a holiday. Would being married to a canadian and in canada mean I wouldn´t have to fill in all the immigration forms? Thanks in advance Tony
[03-09-2011,14:13]
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Tony P
(in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
start here - www.cic.gc.ca

your Canadian spouse will need to sponsor you. Outland is the best route in all situations.

[03-09-2011,14:53]
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Sharon
(in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
In-land or out-land you are still required to fill all the forms. In-land is far more risky that applying from outside of Canada.
[03-09-2011,20:06]
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DocD
(in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
My partner is in uk at moment but goes back to BC next week, I will then go there a few weeks later for six months, this is how its been for the last few years. We are 74 and 75 years of age, we have the forms and my daughter has helped us fill them in but we were hoping there was a less complicated way to do things. The forms will be sent off in the next week, I can ask to extend my stay at the 6 mth, should I try to do this until we get a decision which we are told will take approx 8 mths. Tony
[04-09-2011,02:39]
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Tony P
(in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
don´t send the forms until you are in Canada (that way you are not lying at customs), and make sure you are applying Outland - even if you are technically sitting in a cafe in Vancouver!

PS, Vancouver weather has been awesome.

[04-09-2011,08:17]
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Sharon
Vancouver weather awesome? (in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
Sharon: Just because it´s been nice for few days in a row, that does not mean that we did not have an awful summer.
I understand that you forcefully have been conditioned to look at the bright side of the situation, but do not mislead people to think that this is wonderland.

[04-09-2011,20:43]
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Vitorelli
(in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
excuse me, Vitorelli - if you had read the post you would understand that the comment was directed to 2 people that have been to BC before for 6 months at a time and in fact, one of the parties LIVES in BC. They understand the weather very well.

Yes, we have had a crappy summer. August however, has been lovely and they are suggesting September will be the same. Is it wonderland - it depends on who you ask. Ask some folks in Vermont or Louisiana and they will say yes. Ask some folks in Japan this week and they will agree.

So... please, just go away and be miserable by yourself.

[04-09-2011,21:02]
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Sharon
Of course, when you have been braiwashed t believe so! (in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
Absolutely is wonderland when you have been brainwashed to believe so. I am just asking you to be a bit more realistic. I feel no more misery than you do!
[04-09-2011,22:27]
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Vitorelli
Sell it as wonderland.. That's your job (in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
Sell, sell, sell is all what you do! You know that more immigrants are needed to keep the system afloat.
[04-09-2011,22:30]
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Vitorelli
(in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
I feel no misery about where I live whatsoever - so I guess that is the difference between you and me. My cup is half full and your cup is half empty.
[04-09-2011,22:51]
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Sharon
LOL! (in reply to: Marrying a canadian)
Sharon: you are so positive! Amazing,amazing girl!
[04-09-2011,22:53]
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Vitorelli