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  hi,

I don t know what to do should i simply give up ? cic is aasking again for
- us tax return 2006
- fbi clearance for me only
- residence and work history since jan 2005 for me and my spouse


my timeline is

fed skiled worker aor aug 2005
sept 2006 ielts and tax return asked
nov 2006 i send them
jan 25th, 2007
- us tax return 2006
- fbi clearance for me only
- residence and work history since jan 2005 for me and my spouse


i am out of status in the u s, my wife has been deported from the us and lives overseas with our 2 kids, i have a consultant business in the us and it is doing very good ( i thought if we moved to canada i could keep my customers and work over the internet) but now it looks like this pr process will not and anytime soon at least not before 6 months;

are they going to giveus this and when or are we just waiting for nothing ? anythought would be appreciated ;

thanks

[25-01-2007,18:05]
[**.202.246.177]
mikoman
(in reply to: hi, I don t know what to do should i si...)
mikoman, why don´t you send them what they want ? I was out of status too in the States when I applied under skill worker and I get whatever they ask. My husband was the principal applicant though and he did have status (I don´t know if this matter anyway). But if you really want to come to Canada don´t give up, unless they reject your application. If you get stuck during the process and don´t know how to proceed look for help. There are good and honest lawyers willing to help you even if you have to spend some money, like me. But at the end it´s really worthy. Any more question let me know, I was in the same boat.
Best of luck.

Calli

[26-01-2007,19:10]
[**.228.209.98]
calli
thank you calli (in reply to: hi, I don t know what to do should i si...)
I send the fbi clearance form on thursday and am going to send the us tax return for 2006 along with our history since jan 2005. I t is so hard to wait without knowing if in the end we will get pr or not ....

What is your timeline calli , where are you now i mean us or canada ?

thanks again for your answer

bye

[27-01-2007,11:29]
[**.197.136.214]
mikoman
(in reply to: hi, I don t know what to do should i si...)
Currently I am living in Canada. I moved on june 12,2006.
We submitted our application on sept,2004. Our case took 17 months because cic required additional medicals at the end of the process due to my husband´s medical condition (heart disease, 4 bypass). This delay a bit the process, but at the end we got it. We had a lawyer who honestly told us at that time that he wasn´t sure about our applic
could be aproved by cic because my husband´s illness and that it wasn´t any appeal in this case. We did it anyway and thank God everything worked just fine. No interview, no IELTS. My husband has a bussines in usa too and he continue working there, he goes back and forth everyday. We are planing on oppening the business here in the coming future, but still need some time and money.
Don´t give up in your intent of getting your family together, in getting out of "ilegalicy" in the States, in getting your canadiam PR. This is a good country to live too, just need some time to adapt if you stop comparing it to the States. People are a lot more friendly !!!!!!!!!

Good luck again.
Calli

[27-01-2007,17:02]
[**.228.209.98]
calli
thanks calli (in reply to: hi, I don t know what to do should i si...)
you re giving me hope!!! it s been almost 18 months since we submitted our application by the time we get pr it will be 24 months so 2 years;

how did you land in canada from the states , you know being out of status and everything , ( in case it will happen to me ) ?

thank you for your time and informations your giving calli

wish you the best in your new life


[27-01-2007,18:34]
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mikoman
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