How can I sponsor my brother who is 17 yrs old

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Subject: How can I sponsor my brother who is 17 yrs old
  Hi I am a PR since oct/2001 from Pakistan. I have my younger brother who is studying and 17 yrs old living with parents in pakistan. I recently sponsored my wife who came in april 2005. how can I sponsor my younger broeher or how can I bring him in Canada to live with us and study/work. Any information that could help us would greatly be appreciated. Thank you
[13-05-2005,17:01]
[***.254.153.66]
Rehman
(in reply to: How can I sponsor my brother who is 17 yrs old)
You can not sponsor your brother directly. But if you sponsor your parents he can be added to the application as their dependent.

But please note that the time take to sponsor parents from Pakistan for 2004 was 22 to 37 months.


[13-05-2005,17:07]
[**.117.36.228]
Kenny
why (in reply to: How can I sponsor my brother who is 17 yrs old)
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8. Discriminatory and Dishonest Immigration System.
Immigration to Canada is based on a point system, obtained with your education, qualifications and job experience. Points are good enough for immigration, but in Canada, they are not good enough to get a job in your field. Amazing, how the credentials that qualify you to come to Canada are the same credentials that don´t qualify you for your profession in Canada. The reason is, Canada only wants immigrants to do the labor jobs - pizza delivery, driving taxis, factory work etc.

7. Out Of Control Cost Of Living.
From rent, to utility bills, to shopping, to phone, internet and cable bills, to gas, to car insurance, to eating out, to basically anything you have to pay for or buy, the cost of living in Canada has become astronomical. Recent immigrants are astonished as to how expensive everything is. It is estimated that compared to most countries around the world, the cost of living in Canada is on average five times greater.

6. Health Care Crisis.
Practicing physicians in Canada are in a shortage, 1 in 4 Canadians cannot get a family doctor. Canadian doctors are leaving to move permanently to the United States. Statistics Canada and the Canadian Medical Association both have identified that for every 1 American doctor that moves to Canada, 19 (nineteen) Canadian doctors move to the United States! Doctors in Canada are overworked and underpaid, and there is a cap on their salaries.

5. Very High Taxes.
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4. Money Hungry Government.
Canadian Embassies around the world lie to foreigners, painting this picture that Canada is Utopia, because they want foreigners to come to Canada. Why? Because foreigners bring money! So after being deceived, these foreigners come. They must bring with them at least $10,000. Canada has an immigration quota of 250,000 per year. So please do the math, 250,000 multiplied by $10,000 each equals a whopping 2.5 Billion dollars that Canada gains from immigrants every year.

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Unlike almost every other country in the world, Canada has no culture. Actually American culture is what dominates Canada. When was the last time you had some ´Canadian´ food? There are no Canadian traditions and there is no national identity. What does it even mean to call yourself a ´Canadian´. . .nothing really. People living in Canada, still identify themselves as to where they ´originally´ came from.

2. Worst Weather.
Yes, Canada has the worst weather conditions of any country in the world. Freezing cold temperatures, snow, ice, hail, winds, storms etc From the Prairie provinces to the Maritimes, from the Territories to southern Ontario, the weather is so horrific and disgusting that many Canadians leave Canada simply because of this reason alone.

1. No Jobs.
Yes, coast to coast, there are no jobs. Immigrants are highly qualified (MD´s, PhD´s, Lawyers, Engineers etc.) but they are driving taxi cabs, delivering pizza´s or working in factories. Even people with bachelors degrees from Canadian Universities cannot find jobs after graduation. This is the tragedy associated with immigration to Canada. I feel sorry for those immigrants who are stuck in Canada for the rest of their lives. It is indeed a very sad and hopeless future.


[13-05-2005,17:09]
[**.157.172.27]
Canuck
(in reply to: How can I sponsor my brother who is 17 yrs old)
you have to sponsor your parents and the brother to be able to sponsor him. my understanding is you can´t sponsor him without sponsoring your father. you should start the sponsorship ASAP, because my sponsorship application been going since july 2002 and ´till now no VISA yet, by the way last october my brother has to be droped from the application because he is over 22 now and is not a full time student.
[13-05-2005,17:10]
[***.202.75.14]
Theo
(in reply to: How can I sponsor my brother who is 17 yrs old)
isn´t there some provision in the sponsorship program that allows you to sponsor 1 family member if you have no relatives in Canada? I thought I read that. Is a wife considered relative? maybe!

thinking out loud.

[13-05-2005,23:48]
[***.20.170.23]
sharon
immigration time (in reply to: How can I sponsor my brother who is 17 yrs old)
i have applied my parents along with two siblings they are now over 23 but in full time education my sister had to drop out for 1 year but went back

will she be still eligible.i applied in december 2005 was approved from canada files is with the islamabd since May 2008.

Thank you

Nabila

[21-07-2010,15:24]
[***.65.73.140]
nabila
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