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Subject: clarify
  i have been fefused a canadian visitor visa 2 times, so i tick off refused that visa on app for permanet resident form, my wife is sponsring. ANyway, then they ask if u have been denied admission orordered to leave Canada, should i tick this off?? Denied a visa is also been refused admission too right??
[20-09-2005,21:21]
[***.153.96.9]
EH?
(in reply to: clarify)
These two questions are NOT asking the same thing. Given what you have said, I think only the first applies to you, whilst the second does not - however, without knowing more, I can´t be certain.

Would you be interested in having your application professionally audited prior to its submission with the Canadian authorities? At Crarer Law Office, we can offer you this service for as little as $450.00 CDN (provided that no extreme irregularities exist, such as criminality, etc.). If interested, please visit www.e-ca.ca for more information, or contact us at caulk@crarerlaw.com

Regards,
Dennis Caul
Crarer Law Office

[20-09-2005,21:56]
[**.72.206.7]
Dennis Caul
(in reply to: clarify)
well thats all info i had, never set foot in Canada and the refusal forms where vasic textbook CIC, i did not have anything to tie me down to my home country. Thanks for replying also.
[20-09-2005,21:59]
[***.153.96.9]
EH?
(in reply to: clarify)
You would have had to be IN Canada to have a Removal Order issued on you.

What was the reason(s) you were refused a visitor visa two times? If you were deemed inadmissible for a specific reason(?) (criminal activity, for example) that would be a significant factor in answering those questions.

[20-09-2005,22:58]
[**.193.72.81]
FWChelle
(in reply to: clarify)
No problem. And now knowing what you just told me, it´s more likely that what I said previously is correct (i.e., only the first question applies - typically, you need to be at a port of entry to be denied admission, so the second question doesn´t apply).

Also, I mistyped my e-mail address - it´s caul@crarerlaw.com (not "caulk..."). I guess it´s time to call it quits, until another day...

[20-09-2005,22:58]
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Dennis Caul
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