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Subject: getting married in canada
  hi. i´m moving to canada with my b/f. we are planning to get married within a few months. i´m just wondering if we get married there..as i´m a U.S. citizen...will i have to leave canada for a bit while papers or whatever go through. or as soon as we are married i get to stay and start my paperwork?
thanks!

[27-06-2004,22:07]
sally
(in reply to: getting married in canada)
Your US passport will allow you to stay in Canada for six months. While in Canada, call the Citizenship and Immigration Canada on 1 888 242-2100 for guidance.
[03-07-2004,06:16]
Roy
getting married in Canada (in reply to: getting married in canada)
Thanks Roy this has helped me also.........
[12-09-2004,18:52]
Maggie
getting married in Canada (in reply to: getting married in canada)
Thanks Roy this has helped me also
[18-08-2005,10:42]
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sharon
get married first or later??? (in reply to: getting married in canada)
Hi, I am Mexican, I work and live in Mexico. My girlfriend is from US, she lives and works in USA. We are planning to get married and move to Vancouver. Can we just move to Vancouver and get married??? or it would be easier for us to move to Canada if we get married first???
[23-11-2005,03:44]
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Ruben
Getting Married First or Later (in reply to: getting married in canada)
The fact you get married first or later is not the problem. Proving a relationship is the problem because IF you do your application well there will be no interview. Showing a bond between a couple is the key to success. Showing photos of the two of you laughing & having fun while not looking at the camera is super. Holding or leaning into each other the same way in different outfits at different locations is super true. Feeding the other a piece of cake or a staged kiss proves little. Submitting an application as the sponsored person living in Mexico or US is better then submitting in Canada because there is no need to submit in Canada. The spouse can visit without a Visitor Visa so visit but on paper reside in your country. Roy Be Happy together. cvimmigration.com
[06-04-2006,17:04]
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Roy
getting married in canada (in reply to: getting married in canada)
I am Canadian, my fiance is South African. He is planning on coming to Canada for the birth of our baby. We would like to get married as soon as he arrives. What documents do we need? where do we go? what should we know?
[18-04-2006,03:31]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: getting married in canada)
You need to go get a marriage license (ID from both reguired) pay a pastor and get married with or without rings.

The key is get photos of the baby and him behaving like a DAD should. Take photos of the two of you not looking at the camera while having fun and if you want help call me.

Proving a bond is the key!!!!! Not as easy as some think.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[02-06-2006,18:05]
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Roy
how could I get married in Vancouver? (in reply to: getting married in canada)
I?m a landed immigrant, and my fianc? is currently in China, but she travels a lot for business trip to Canada. I would like to ask if we could get married in Vancouver while she is on her business trip here, of course she will be holding business visa. And what kind of documents she has to bring along with her? Where should I contact with for the issue? Thanks very much for the answer.
[11-07-2006,14:39]
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Larry
getting married with a permanent resident (in reply to: getting married in canada)
Hi,my gf from Denmark is a permanent resident in canada since 5 years ago,I wonder after got married with her, can I apply for canadian residence??
[22-07-2006,16:23]
[***.102.205.161]
Eddie
bring a mexican to canada (in reply to: getting married in canada)
Hi my name is Sasha Rene. I have a girlfriend in mexico and I love her I just like to ask how can I bring her to canada? If i get married with her I need to be maarried in her contry or mine? and how long should i be married with her in her contry or mine to get papers?
How much is it?
where do I go for the papers?

[29-05-2009,13:16]
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Sasha Rene


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