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Subject: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian
  I am a US Citizen and want to marry a Canadian in Canada and live in Canada. Do I have to have a visa to get married in Canada? Could I just go to Canada and get married and then apply for immigration? What is the Fastest and best way to get married in Canada? Would it be better to get married in the USA?
[08-06-2004,13:25]
Julia
I want to move to Canada & marry a Canadian (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
I pray you got a response to your question and will pass it along to me.

I have tried calling the Canadian Counsel in Washing DC but seems since I do not speak french I am out of luck. Every way I turn I hit a deadend.

I am engaged to a Canadian whose divorceis not yet final ( after 4 years) and I want to move there, get a job and when his divoce is final..marry.

[22-07-2004,16:32]
Lauren
US Citizen wants to marry Canadian (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
I too am an American citizen. I´m not sure that I have the best solution, but me and my fiance who is Canadian plan to marry here in the US and to hopefully both obtain dual citizenship so that we can both teach in Quebec and spend our summers here in the states. The reason we plan to marry here in the US is because he can immediately apply for a green card and will receive that in 90 days. If we marry in Canada he will not be permitted to re-enter the US until AFTER the Green Card is issued.IF we were to do that and I could not obtain permanent residence in Canada we would be forced to be apart. To become a Canadian citizen one must become a permanent resident for 3 to 4 YEARS, so much more time to wait. I wish you both the best of luck, I know for all of us it will be a long and uneasy road.Be sure to read all that you can before making your decisions.
[27-07-2004,13:23]
Jill
Guy in Canada (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)

I´m a dual American/Canadian citizen living in Canada. I´m male, single, and fit.

damxwell (at) hugemail.com

To e-mail me, insert an @ sign above and remove the spaces and the "(at)" There, now you have my e-mail address, and the spammers´ bots don´t.

[05-11-2004,01:23]
David
Marry a Canadian (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
I found this site that might help all of us

www.CanadianBachelors.com

[05-11-2004,20:45]
Martin
Want to marry me!? (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
I am a decent looking, with a good job, single Canandian living near NYC.
[06-11-2004,19:34]
Canuck living near NYC
Canadian To Be Wed. (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
I am 21 years young willing to help a female excape from Butcher Bush´s grasp.

Live in a tidy one bedroom apartment (also willing to move to 2 bedroom)in a small town called St. Marys (10 minutes from the Festival City) and i love a good conversation.

If your 19-25 years young with a good sense of humour and willingness to split the bills fifty/fifty give me a shout

[07-11-2004,00:21]
Jonathon (Stratford Ontario)
Marry this dual American/Canadian (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)

I?m a dual American/Canadian citizen living in Canada. I?m male, single, and fit.

Just click on my name to send me an e-mail.

[07-11-2004,20:40]
Dave
marriage of convenience (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
check out CanadianBachelors.com
[08-11-2004,01:07]
Martin
willing to marry an american (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
Hi there, my name is Angie, I´m 26 yrs old 5´8 tall, average to good body, natural light coppery-red blond hair. Worked overseas, have B.A in Geography and trying to afford grad school. I´m multitalented, open-minded, brillant and fun- but not wealthy. I honestly am not a gold digger but trying to afford to go to teacher´s college and pay off my debt.
So I looked into some basics about sponsoring an immigrant (ie you) and sponsorship is a requirement for marriage, which could give you the dual citizenship, and a Bush free, bomb free goregous home called Canada.
I would be obligated to take care of all of your needs for three years. In order to protect myself as I´ve heard horror stories from sponsors I would require that the person (I´ll marry a man or woman) would put into a trust fund 75, 000 dollars canadian that through a lawyer would be only used to support you in the case that you need it. This would in the fact that you decide to not provide for yourself, or for any reason are unable to provide for yourself a resource to ensure that I will not have to. If after the three years you have not needed this, it will be returned in full (minus lawyer fees) to you. It´s only to insure I don´t get stuck with some free loader.
Now the price for you to marry me is 68,000 canadian dollars (what I need to pay off my student loans, and go to teachers college). Plus whatever fees it takes you to attain your citizenship through Canadian Immigration, and the legal fees for marriage and divorce just incase we don´t end up being soulmates.
A perk for you, I am willing to move / live in any of the following areas: Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Guelph, Kingston, Hamilton, or if there´s another area you like I may consider it.
If your honestly interested you can write me at brantfordnewgirl@hotmail.com
Best of luck with everything
angie

[24-11-2004,02:24]
angie
68,000? (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
for 68,000 do we get to shag?
[28-12-2004,02:34]
justin
in a dilemma (in reply to: US Citizen wants to marry Canadian)
well im a canadian here in the united states. i have been here for a year and a half. i want to stay permantly but do not know how to go about it. curious question if anyone can answr if you marry an american is it easier to stay in the united states
chrryblssm

[15-01-2005,18:24]
shannon