Best way to apply for spousal immigration to Canad

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Subject: Best way to apply for spousal immigration to Canad
  Is it best to apply from within Canada?

Case: Husband lives just across the border (half an hour away) in the U.S. What is the best way for him to apply as an immigrant to Canada?

He wants to live in Canada (he works in the U.S.).

Can he get some kind of document that allows him to live in Canada, yet cross the border while he applies for immigration to Canada?

[13-07-2014,15:16]
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puzzled
(in reply to: Best way to apply for spousal immigration to Canad)
No - there is no document that will allow him to live in Canada and cross the border to work in the US. He can try living like this for a while. However since he´s technically not allowed to live in Canada, it´s quite likely that sooner or later Canadian immigration will tell him he can´t do this anymore and/or deny him entry to Canada entirely.

As an American, it´s fastest to apply for PR through the outland/outside of Canada route. The overall processing time should be less than 10 months.

[13-07-2014,17:32]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: Best way to apply for spousal immigration to Canad)
Thanks for the info!
[13-07-2014,18:01]
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puzzled
(in reply to: Best way to apply for spousal immigration to Canad)
Let him "visit" you and wake up in the same bed with you while applying outside of Canada.

Once he becomes a permanent resident there is nothing preventing him from going to work in the USA every day. He will have to maintain his residency requirements. If he returns everynight he is actually residing in Canada.

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[17-07-2014,07:14]
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