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Subject: dependent excluded for PR appliction
  Hi I just want to ask something regarding my brother´s problem. He was married when he got here in canada in 2010 but they are living separately for almost 6 years, they have one daughter who is 14 yrs old now, When he applied for his Permanent Residency he stated that he is legally separated, last Dec. 12, 2013 he received a letter from CIC asking for him to send a proof that he is really separated from his wife. His divorce certificate was sent to CIC last June 2014. And last January 8, he received again another letter asking him to send a medical of his daughter back home (she is in the Philippines) but he couldn´t reach her anymore. The letter said that we have to inform the CCI in 90 days if he cant be able to send a medical of his daughter, our problem is what he suppose to say to cic? is it okay if he´ll going t tell the CIC to exclude his daughter to his application? please help us for we only have a little time to comply regarding his problem. Thank you
[02-02-2015,14:35]
[**.48.73.104]
acey
(in reply to: dependent excluded for PR appliction)
If he excludes his daughter from being examined he can NEVER sponsor her in the future.

http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2002-227/page-53.html#h-75

(9) A foreign national shall not be considered a member of the family class by virtue of their relationship to a sponsor if

(d) subject to subsection (10), the sponsor previously made an application for permanent residence and became a permanent resident and, at the time of that application, the foreign national was a non-accompanying family member of the sponsor and was not examined.

Roy
cvimmigration.com

[03-02-2015,12:41]
[**.101.88.17]
Roy
(in reply to: dependent excluded for PR appliction)
Thanks sir ROY for your answer, but is it possible for my parents to sponsor my brother´s daughter in the fututre?
[03-02-2015,13:46]
[**.49.31.97]
acey
(in reply to: dependent excluded for PR appliction)
"Thanks sir ROY for your answer, but is it possible for my parents to sponsor my brotherīs daughter in the fututre?"

No.

[04-02-2015,11:24]
[***.115.153.178]
DocD
(in reply to: dependent excluded for PR appliction)
How about being a tourist? Could she get a permit forthat? Sorry for asking too much, thanks so much mr. Roy😊

[05-02-2015,13:31]
[**.114.65.189]
milgrace
(in reply to: dependent excluded for PR appliction)
She can try to obtain a tourist visa - however there is no guarantee it will be approved. Also, the tourist visa won´t allow her to live in Canada, or go to school, or qualify for other benefits (such as provincial health care coverage).
[06-02-2015,09:30]
[***.205.241.254]
Anonymous
(in reply to: dependent excluded for PR appliction)
A person that has been examined for PR, you are planning on getting her into Canada as a tourist? What are the chances that she will return to her home country at the end of her visit? Probably NONE!

Her chances of getting a visa and being admitted into Canada as a tourist are extremely low.

Don´t try to find loops and circumvent the system, pretty much anything you can think of, it has been tried.

[06-02-2015,14:35]
[***.115.153.178]
DocD
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