|Subject: Marriage by GOOGLE TRANSLATE?
When one gets married it has to be common sense. You have to have some common interests or hobbies together. If there are major differences they have to be explained how the two are going to overcome them.
Regulation four is a two prong test. You have to prove the marriage is genuine and that it wasn´t entered into just for the applicant to get status in Canada.
Why this applicant (wife) never learned English in five years just could not be explained away.
Did you read this article http://www.canada.com/Residency+Chinese+wife+fails+immigration+crackdown+focuses+marriage+fraud/7090544/story.html
This is what happens when a sponsor (a financial adviser) has more money than common sense. Legal Counsel takes his money and tries to put a logical spin on everything.
Sponsor signs up with website in 2006.
Married in 2007
Sponsors her (applicant) in 2008
CIC refuses application four months later (FAST) appears no interview even granted.
The Legal Counsels call other witnesses like his son to testify.
TAKES UNTIL MARCH 2011 TO HAVE FULL APPEAL - REFUSED
THEN LEGAL COUNCIL CONVINCES THE FINANCIAL PLANNER TO APPEAL TO FEDERAL COURT. HOW MUCH???
****Do you want him looking after your money?****
| (in reply to: Marriage by GOOGLE TRANSLATE?)
LOL!!! "When one gets married it has to be common sense. You have to have some common interests or hobbies together."
Chinese and Caucasian have totally different view on life and interests and hobbies.... It is usually the Chinese that tend to "adopt" to the Caucasian way of life...
If go by what you say above, there will never be any Chinese from China marrying a Caucasian- LOL... I should know because I am a Chinese!!!!