No. Your TRV ceased being valid the moment you landed as a PR, even if nobody officially cancelled it.
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We’re not sure what you’re worried about. We would need more information from you to know whether or not there was something to be worried about.
Yes you can. Contact IRCC to do so.
You need to be sponsored for permanent residence and then live in Canada long enough to qualify for citizenship. You can learn about spousal sponsorship by reading the rest of these FAQs.
You will need to get a family visa first, then she will have to live with you for a while before she can be a citizen.
If you are invited to apply for permanent residence you should include your husband on your application as that way you will not have to sponsor him later.
Your son is going to have to change the registration of birth, as it seems to have been changed when the adoption took place. He should read up on how to change it. He can call Manitoba Vital Statistics if he is having trouble: 1-866-949-9296.
You can send him an invitation letter and he can try to apply for a visa. It’s pretty unlikely he’ll get approved, but if he can prove he will return to Germany after the trip, he may be approved.
If he doesn’t get a visa, you’ll have to go there to marry him.
If you are not a Canadian citizen, some jurisdictions will require you to prove your single status in your home country. Contact the municipal office where you are going to marry to find out whether or not you need to do so.
Provided the marriage was legal in the country you married in (and it must have been for the sponsorship to have gone through), you do not need to get remarried in Canada. You can have a religious ceremony, of course.