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Subject: TRV question
  Hello there, some people are really blunt here but thats good people have the right to hear the "not so good" truth...
I gotta ask Roy this question- hopefully others can chip in..I am married to a canadian and I have 2 kids with her they live in Canada and I got married when I was finishing university there (while on student visa). I had ample time to apply for inland Canada PR but I did not. I have recently applied for a TRV to visit the family for 3 weeks. I have a stable job here been working at my current job for the last 2.5 years. Before Student Visa(which had 5 years validity) I have been given Two 3 Month long TRVs. I have applied for a multiple one this time we donīt have plans to apply for sponsorship as I donīt want to move to Canada in the near future. So just wondering do you guys think I can get this multiple visa?

[12-03-2012,16:07]
[***.177.63.190]
Saad
RE:TRV question (in reply to: TRV question)
somebody please answer this
[16-03-2012,18:32]
[***.177.13.247]
Saad
(in reply to: TRV question)
you sound like a dream husband - not
[16-03-2012,20:55]
[**.16.209.125]
Sharon
(in reply to: TRV question)
That was a pretty encouraging reply there Sharon. A lot of people out there who don´t apply for Residency/Citizenship and yet they fulfill their husband/father duties. You could have come up with something more logical
[20-03-2012,16:06]
[***.177.56.139]
Saad
(in reply to: TRV question)
how can you be a husband and father from another part of the world? Your duties encompass more than money.


[20-03-2012,17:57]
[**.16.209.125]
Sharon
(in reply to: TRV question)
Well, My wife and kids don´t want to move to my country because of the political and security situation in the country(Pakistan) as you might have also heard. Otherwise I had no problems having them here. If only your country had more liberal visa policies for spouses/and-or for parents of canadian citizens things would have been different. It takes 3 years to apply for spousal immigration from here and that´s a long wait.
[21-03-2012,14:06]
[***.177.2.172]
Saad
(in reply to: TRV question)
so if it takes 3 years, why haven´t you started the process?

Sorry, I don´t get it.

[21-03-2012,14:15]
[**.16.209.125]
Sharon
(in reply to: TRV question)
I don´t have any immediate plans to move to Canada just visit them from time to time on TRV. When things get better here they can live here. I have lived almost 5 years in Canada. Life´s very tough there and I am really not fond of winters. Though I do realize getting TRVs all the time is not the best thing to do. Takes a lot of time and on top the TRV fees are expensive.the need to apply for sponsorship has arisen lately when they have started taking almost 80 days + to process TRV applications in Pakistan. That´s kind of absurd considering other countries have a week long (max) time for TRV. Right now I just want to visit my wife and kids for about 4 weeks. Again, the question being will I get a multiple TRV since I will be visiting them from time to time...
[21-03-2012,23:29]
[***.177.2.172]
Saad
(in reply to: TRV question)
I am amazed you would get a TRV at all! Most spouses would come for a visit and stay - so CIC generally refuses such a request. You might get lucky with a Multiple request.
[22-03-2012,02:53]
[**.16.209.125]
Sharon
That will be strange (in reply to: TRV question)
I have stayed in Canada for 5 years when I was studying and working(co-op) and i was married with my wife who is a canadian citizen. If i had to stay there I would have. I am sure they`re not dumb.
[22-03-2012,11:36]
[***.177.109.10]
Saad
(in reply to: TRV question)
so, I am now a little confused - why did you ask your original question?
[22-03-2012,13:18]
[**.16.209.125]
Sharon