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I have been married to my Canadian wife for eight months, and we have been together for 6 years. We are currently living together in Canada. I am on on IEC work permit and want to move to PR with her sponsoring me under the family class. We want to be able to leave the country for holidays while we the application is being processed, so not sure if we should apply inland or outland? Also not sure if we can keep the IEC work permit for the remaining 12 months or if I will lose it when I make a new application.

It’s inland because you’re in Canada. You can travel while the sponsorship application is pending and travelling with your spouse is actually good for your application. You will not lose your IEC work permit because you’ve submitted a sponsorship application.

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I am a Pakistani Citizen and my future wife is a Canadian citizen, We want to get married in Pakistan, and later on, she wants to settle in Dubai as she wants to work in her father’s business who resides in Saudi and is in process of setting up his business in Dubai. She wants to settle down in Dubai later on, now there are two scenarios if I get married to her and settle in Dubai, will she be able to file spouse visa for me staying in Dubai for Canada? a number of countries require you to be in your home country of which you are a citizen of with having at least a job or an income to show that you can support your spouse there in Canada or the country your filing the application., is that the requirement for Canada as well? What are the legal requirements of Canada in this case if I marry her and how can I immigrate to Canada?

If she wants to sponsor you for Canadian permanent residence after you are married you need to be in Canada or intend to settle in Canada for that. But she especially needs to be in Canada. If she is in Canada, you can be in Dubai or Pakistan or anywhere else.

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As a visitor from a carribbean island, I got a 1 year extension in canada can i get married to my candian citizen boyfriend who I live with for the year n six months and stay in canada or will they ask me to go back home and wait for paperworks to be completed.will I get another extension here until I get PR card.thanks

If you marry and submit your sponsorship application before your status expires you can stay in the country without renewing it. But if you still haven’t submitted the sponsorship application when your status expires, you need to leave and re-enter.

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so i have a husband who is a foreign worker we have been together 7 years we have 3 canadian born children and i was born and raised in canada im caucasion my question why do they keep denying him PR if he lives in canada and has 3 kids with me . we have done 2 applications and were denied both times its very infair some without kids get excepted but not him why? im at my wits end i really dont want my husband to have to return to the philipppines

You need to speak to a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) or an immigration lawyer to have that question answered. They will need to reivew your applications and the refusal.

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My husband is from Morocco and we got married march 2017. He just got his visitors visa for one year and is planning to come in May. Can I sponsor him Outland from Morocco and he can come stay in Canada until his soonsorship is approved ?

You can sponsor him any time. If you sponsor him before he arrives it will be outland. Because he already has his visa he will be allowed to travel here during the process. He will be questioned at the Port of Entry as visitors are not supposed to enter Canada permanently.

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I came to usa on business visa.I came to canada illegaly and apply refugee visa.Now I wanna marry to my fiance who is usa citizen. I am an Indian national.Can my fiance sponsor me for usa while my refugee case is pending in canada or I need to withdraw my refugee case from canada and need to go back to usa.

This is a Canadian website. We do not know the details of American laws.

In Canadian law, you must have legal status in order to be eligible to be sponsored. That might be true in the US too. The US may or may not have regulations about not being able to sponsor someone with a pending refugee claim in a different country.

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