You should call City Hall in Vancouver (or the City Hall of the suburb you intend to marry in) to see if the single status letter is mandatory or not.
Q&A Categories Archives: Marriage to a Foreigner FAQ
There are no restrictions on marriage as long as you both have legal status here. You only have to notify IRCC (formerly CIC) if you sponsor your new husband.
Yes, you and your parents can write him an invitation letter pledging to support him while he is here. However, you should invite him for the purpose of meeting him, not marrying him.
Yes, she does need to provide all her divorce records to marry again.
If you need to provide your birth certificate to marry in Morocco, you will need to make the change to your birth certificate in Peru before you marry.
But if you need to provide just your passport, then you might be okay to marry. Perhaps this is a question for a Moroccan Embassy official.
No, we cannot help convince your granddaughter not to marry someone.
It is not legal to marry online.
- You can try travelling to a country where gay marriage is legal (Australia or New Zealand) and then sponsor her
- You can try re-submitting the visa application with better proofs to Vietnam
No she will not get into legal trouble but he will. You should contact the CBSA.
You need to go there and marry her or she needs to get a Canadian visa to come here to marry you. Once that’s done, you can sponsor her.