sponsorship vs/PRRA

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Subject: sponsorship vs/PRRA
  Hello, hope someone can guide me a bit. my husband started his refugee process in dec 08, we got married in dec 10, filed for sponsorship in february.. i can see online that immigration received our aplication on feb 23 but didn´t start processing it until march 24th... in the meantime, he had his court in march 8th and got denied, we just received the prra and have sumitted the aplication on october 31... what are the chances that they let him wait for the sponsorship process before actually removing him from the country? please help!
[01-11-2011,19:34]
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Karen Mosquera
(in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
Better buy a Lottery ticket they have got to better odds. Only chance is unless he is from a country that hates to renew Passports.

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[01-11-2011,19:45]
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Roy
sponsorship vs/PRRA (in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
i forgot to mention that i´m in BC if that makes a difference.
[01-11-2011,19:49]
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Karen Mosquera
sponsorship vs/PRRA posting (in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)


i think since you guys applied before he got denied CBSA would have to wait till you get to hear from CIC before removing him but im not sure.

maybe Roy can tell you exacly.

[01-11-2011,20:07]
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Gaby
(in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
Hi Karen, you question is not coherent. Did you guys push in the sponsorship application or it was pushed in after your man got refused?. If you guy had it in before the PRRA was issued to him, then you guys are still okay. If you guy applied after the PRRA application, then you guys will have wait until you get the decision. It doesn´t matter what province you are, all PRRA is now forwarded to BRO offices.
[01-11-2011,22:05]
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Stephen
(in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
I read this post again and now I`m confused.

Something is wrong or illogical here.

Why would CBSA issue the PRRA if you had submitted your IN-CANADA Spousal Sponsorship before being called to the PRRAÉ

Yesterday I spoke to a Lady who hired a Lawyer for an In-Canada Spousal Sponsorship. The Lawyer submitted their application to the BRO Backlog Reduction Office instead of their Spousal app to Vegreville CPC.

He used the wrong forms so the husband has to go home.

Unless your husband Karen deliberately tried to prevent his removal he should of never been called to the PRRA.

Others interpret your situation differently.

Make it clearer.

Roy
cvimmigraion.com

[02-11-2011,07:05]
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Roy
sponsorship vs/PRRA (in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
ok, so to make things clear, we got married and submitted the sponsorship application BEFORE my husband got denied and before he got his PRRA. we´ve been told so many things but nothing has happened the way we´ve been told. my husband hasn´t tried to prevent anything, we´ve been trying to do everything right, we haven´t moved, we´ve been working, and always updating immigration of our information. but, although we got married in 2010, sent in the IN-CANADA application to vegreville on feb 2011, he still got his PRRA on September 2011, due on October 31, 2011. we are not using a lawyer for the sponsorship, we did use a lawyer for the PRRA aplication, that´s why your help is very important. is there anyhting else i should be doing? is there some sort of law that allows him to stay while the sponsor is in process?
[02-11-2011,13:52]
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Karen Mosquera
sponsorship vs/PRRA (in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
is there any other info i need to give you? my husband is Colombian and I´m a citizen. i know for every country is a different procedure. is that why they are not considering the sponsorship application and still gave him the prra?
[02-11-2011,14:06]
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Karen Mosquera
(in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
You should withdraw the in-land application for your husband.

Then your husband should leave Canada, apply from outside of Canada and come back as a PR.



[02-11-2011,16:16]
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DocD
(in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
DocD open up your heart for once.

What I see that you did wrong was hire the Lawyer for the PRRA instead of the Spousal Sponsorship.

When anyone attends a PRRA interview the CBSA Officer informs those persons of the status of their file. In the GTA they ask those attending a PRRA interview if they have a Spousal Sponsorship in progress.

Did you fill in the wrong forms?
Did you submit it to the wrong office?

Why did not the (Lawyer) you retained for the PRRA look into this matter of deferral of removal based on Public Policy?

I suggest you seek out quality experienced representation who has inside telephone numbers so you can find out if there is an In-Canada Spousal Application in process.
Something is really wrong.

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[03-11-2011,06:14]
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Roy
(in reply to: sponsorship vs/PRRA)
In as much that i have issues with Roy, i think he´s right on this matter. You need to seek for someone with experience to help you out.
[03-11-2011,10:41]
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Stephen