MOC Marriage of Convenience

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Subject: MOC Marriage of Convenience
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Recently CBSA is on a real push to write admissibility 44 reports regarding a married person who came to Canada as a spouse then ended up getting a divorce to soon in their interpretation.

Now 50% of all marriages end in divorce. Some use the system and others just get caught up in the system because of a small group of fraudsters.

CIC sometimes sends out a letter stating a 44 report has been written but they do not provide same claiming you entered into a MOC Marriage of Convenience. CIC asks you to explain in writing why your marriage ended so soon. Take this request for information very seriously because you could lose your permanent residency status!

CBSA sometimes calls a sponsored permanent resident in for an interview or they can also as the Canadian Sponsor in for an interview. CBSA will ask you to provide information and answer questions why your marriage ended so quickly. After they have interviewed the new Immigrant they will hand you an already written 44 report.

Both CIC & CBSA staff will then review the information (YOU) provided and make a decision as to the quality of evidence against you whether or not to send you to an admissibility hearing to attempt to deport you.

This is not fair! This is a reverse onus scenario. Everyone in Canada must be treated equally. In a criminal investigation by the real Cop´s no one needs to prove their innocent.

All people are to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.

***Never represent yourself! Seek out quality experienced representatives that have been successful representing others with similar allegations.

Sometimes there are these type of investigations because a Co-Worker who was not promoted and you were. They call up CIC and tell a lie about when and why your previous relationship ended. Sometimes it is a jealous former spouse who makes false allegations.

Proving that you´re innocent is much harder than CBSA proving that your guilty. Be very careful about what you present and say.

Okay yes, some are guilty and should be removed.

If you know you´re innocent never represent yourself.

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[19-10-2011,07:43]
[***.206.190.82]
Roy
CAN YOU NOT? (in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
Cannot wait for the 2 year temporary permanent residence for sponsored spouses.
[19-10-2011,11:54]
[**.232.244.253]
Anonymous
(in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
**.232.244.253

You have to be from Pakistan 2 year processing.

Kenya is 32 months yet we got one here in 7 months but what does that have to do with a MOC.

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[19-10-2011,14:58]
[**.70.67.230]
Roy
(in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
**.232.244.253 was thinking about the temporary PR for spouse. Will CIC be implementing this temporary PR soon?
[19-10-2011,18:22]
[***.124.134.110]
SG
(in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
no such thing as a temporary PR
[19-10-2011,19:42]
[**.156.43.208]
Sharon
SHE DID NOT DO THIS (in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
7. Countries such as the United States, Australia and New Zealand use sponsorship bars and conditional visas to address marriages of convenience. (Please refer to the background document for more information.)

What do you think of sponsorship bars?

What about conditional visas? Do you think that they are appropriate?

* Yes
* No
* Do not know

How long should the probationary period be?

What are acceptable exceptions?

What should happen if a genuine marriage legitimately breaks down once a sponsored individual is in Canada?

What other concerns do you have?

[20-10-2011,10:01]
[**.232.244.253]
Anonymous
(in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
7. Countries such as the United States, Australia and New Zealand use sponsorship bars and conditional visas to address marriages of convenience. (Please refer to the background document for more information.)

What background document? What in hell are you talking about?
The expression Temporary Permanent Residence doesn´t even make sense. You probably mean a conditional permanent residence.

It has been suggested but not yet approved.

http://www.gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p1/2011/2011-03-26/html/notice-avis-eng.html


[20-10-2011,15:46]
[***.115.153.178]
DocD
DON't YOU GET IT? (in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
It might come.

If it comes, one cannot wait. PERIOD.

[20-10-2011,23:10]
[**.232.244.253]
Anonymous
(in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
Anonymous **,232.244.253

What does your comments have to do with the issue of being accused in a Marriage of Convenience?

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[21-10-2011,07:07]
[***.112.124.166]
Roy
WHY DO YOU CARE (in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)


What does your comments have to do with the issue of being accused in a Marriage of Convenience?

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[23-10-2011,10:58]
[**.232.244.253]
Anonymous
NO SHET (in reply to: MOC Marriage of Convenience)
Please respond to the original poster for help and advice.

No more cyber-attacking or cyber-bullying picking on other posters no matter what opinion that they might have.

Don´t talk to them.

[23-10-2011,11:01]
[**.232.244.253]
Anonymous