Actually there could be an issue. It depends whether or not you are still a permanent resident. If you never relinquished your status or had your status revoked, you are still a PR. This may be discovered during the application process. Not sure exactly what will happent then. You should contact a lawyer or Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) to find out what to do.
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You still need to provide the information required by the Family Information form, if you ever want to sonspor them to come to Canada later. This includes medicals.
You should tell the truth.
When you do, you and your family can expect questions about how long they plan on returning to India for.
You normally need a valid passport to “land” so you should renew your passport. Try not to hand in your expired passport if you can.
Marriage will not affect your Express Entry application.
Once you are married, you can be sponsored. But you cannot remain a diplomat for a foreign country and be a permanent resident at the same time.
If you qualify to immigrate through FSW or CEC it doesn’t matter where you are physically, as long as you have legal status there. So it shouldn’t matter.
That really depends upon whether you’re still identifiable by your old photograph.
No, you do not have to include your Canadian wife.
You can apply for a visitor visa to travel back to the country. (If you are driving to and from the US, you don’t need to do this.) You should apply for a bridging work permit so that you can work between when your work permit expires and when you get your PR.
You can marry your boyfriend in Canada or the US.
Once you are married you can apply for an open work permit to work along side your husband in Canada.
Once he qualifies to apply for PR, you can be part of the application. (Alternatively, if you qualify for PR first, he can be on your application.)
He can’t sponsor you yet, he’s not a permanent resident.