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snehaparekh   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 14-11-08 04:31:33

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Originally posted by windsorscotia

I sponsored my Mom and I submitted following documents
My Employment letter, Property papers, Bank Papers, Driver's License and my passport copy.
My mom submitted Pension copy, Bank passbook, and property papers in India.
Hope that helps. We got 3 months visa from India even though her visa got rejected once from US.





Hi I am from india.my husband is in canada having a temprary workpermit till sep'09.i applied twice for visitor visa and got rejection second time i got three reasons only.1.travel history2.my personal assets and financial status 3.family ties in canada and india.my husband came in may'08 for marriag enad returned on 26 th june.

i showed my husbands bank balance of 10,000$ and salary 30,000$
inlaws balance 5 lacs.i showed my self as a housewife and recently resigned from job as planning to meet my husband.i asked visa till sep'09 ( till the end of my husbandsworkpermit)

please help me what i can do now.i have my personal property here .now i m planning to put up my file with it.will it make any difference?



snehaparekh   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 14-11-08 04:35:03

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Originally posted by ftfl

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Originally posted by Tati

Hi everyone,

I'm so glad that I actually can talk to someone about visitor visa to Canada. I'm a landed immigrant from Ukraine, have been living and working in Canada for over 3 years. Now I'm preparing documents for my parents who live in Ukraine to visit me and my fiance.

I have a good position in leasing company and I also work as a beauty consultant part time. However, I'm afraid that it's not enough if I'm inviting the both parents for the very first time even if they are coming just for a month. Would it help if I write down on the invitation that my Canadian fiance that I live with will help with expenses and give it to him to sign it as well? I can show a copy of his T4. I'm just not sure if fiance is considered to be a family.... ?

And the second question, do I have to arrange Heath Insurance before applying for visa as my dad is 71 and my mom is 62 but they both are in good health? Where would I get the insurance for them in Vancouver?

I haven't seen them for over 3 years and I really miss them. Any suggestions will be very appreciated.







Hi I am from india.my husband is in canada having a temprary workpermit till sep'09.i applied twice for visitor visa and got rejection second time i got three reasons only.1.travel history2.my personal assets and financial status 3.family ties in canada and india.my husband came in may'08 for marriag enad returned on 26 th june.

i showed my husbands bank balance of 10,000$ and salary 30,000$
inlaws balance 5 lacs.i showed my self as a housewife and recently resigned from job as planning to meet my husband.i asked visa till sep'09 ( till the end of my husbandsworkpermit)

please help me what i can do now.i have my personal property here .now i m planning to put up my file with it.will it make any difference?
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Hi tati,

You say you live with your Fiance' at the same location.
Now for starters, if you drive, you must have a driver's license with an address in it. Is the address current? Same as you live at, currently?
You also must have a MSP Care Card issued to you by the BC Ministry of Health. Does your Finace's health card and yours have the same address listed in it. If not, try and get it changed first, to the same address. This will give more intimacy to your relationship.

Do you both have a Joint Bank Account? If not please open one and drop a few dollars into it.

When you marry (or begin living in a marriage-like relationship - see the definition of spouse under Who is Eligible?), you should combine separate MSP accounts into one family account - see Adding a Spouse below.

Does the Revenue Canada Know your current home address?
Does the Revenue Canada Know your Fiance's current address? Is it the same? Please check his T4. and NOA.

Now, have you been living at the same address together for the past SIX months?

If all of the foregoing questions are YES, then I would venture into answering your question if your Fiance' is your Family? Otherwise, wait for another six months before you apply for a Visitor's Visa for your Parents.

If the answer is YES and if your Fiance' is willing to co sponsor your Parents for the Visitor's Visa, then get all of the Papers and fill them up and do get the application in after his signature. (Please do retain a PhotoCopy of the same for YOUR files)
Canadian Immigration might need a medical check before they issue of the Visa, if the Immigration Officer determines that it is necessary.

After they have their Visa to Visit, make proper arrangements for their travel.
When you book the Plane Tickets for your Parents, get all of the details of the travel, Such as the day on which the Travel Begins and the day on which it ends.
Also where the flight Originates and terminates.

TENTATIVELY, talk with RBC Travel Insurance, or a branch of theirs in Vancouver and find out more details about their PAY ASSIST package which covers existing conditions, if they have been stabilized and get a quote for the duration of their travels. It will be about $10/day for EACH. It also depends upon their ages and the duration of their stay. It will be wise to avail the same. (It will not cost more than a days stay in a Hospital here or anywhere, if the need ever arises.)

Hope this answers some of the doubts that you brought up here. Hope you have a great get to-gether.

Good Luck.

Freddie.



ftfl   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 14-11-08 10:36:10



You say that your Husband is here on a Work Permit. Where ever he is living, close to that place, there is a NEW Immigrant Help Center. If he goes there with all of the available papers that he has, they will help him fill the application correctly and will also help him with any other requirements, such as an invitation letter, qualifying factors, the fees required and the correct procedures which will get you a Temporary Resident Visa in a very short while. They will also give him the time it takes to get it. (Approximate). All of this is FREE.

So, when he calls next time tell him about it. Ask him to follow it up with the Center.

Good Luck.

Freddie.



ftfl   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 15-11-08 09:24:22



snehaparekh
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please help me-visa rejected

Quote:Originally posted by canozind

My Parents had visited once in late 90's without any problem and two years back when they wanted to come here, there visa was rejected.

Someone suggested me to contact my MP (Federal). I live in Markham and our MP is John McClum ...I sent him a fax explaining the situation. Next day, I got a call from his Assistant and she asked me to give her copies of all the documents that they had presented in Delhi for Visiors Visa and also the File Number, that is mentioned on the Rejection Letter. I gave her all fax copies and then she contacted Ottawa Office with MP's recommendation letter. She told me that she can not gurantee that my parents will get a visa but usually there should not be any problem, if all documents are in order. And to my surprise, next day my parents got a phone call from Consultate in Delhi to bring their passports and collect the visa :)

Thanks to my MP's Assistant but she pulled this off litteraly in 48 hrs. I had never imagined politicians can work that fast !

After this I had told this idea to three families that I know off, whose Parents' Visa was rejected and two of them got the visa on MP's recommendation.

So all those who are going thru' this phase, should contact their local MP's as last resort.





Hi
I m from india.my husnad is in canada on temporary workpermit.i recently got 2 rejection in visitor visa as a wife.hey my husband has already contacted MP.but after receiving letter how can i contact ottawa office .....as i did application in delhi


please please answer me.i will be very much grateful to u.
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The above is pasted from today's request in another thread.

You know where your Husband lives. Tell him to go and see a Representative in one of the Immigrant Help Centers close yo where he is living. They will help him with everything. All of this is happening because, you have not filled in your application form properly.

You both should wake up. You are only seeing and hearing. You are not listening to any suggestions that is the problem.

Good Luck.

Freddie.



snehaparekh   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 17-11-08 04:27:02

Quote:
Originally posted by ftfl



snehaparekh
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please help me-visa rejected

Quote:Originally posted by canozind

My Parents had visited once in late 90's without any problem and two years back when they wanted to come here, there visa was rejected.

Someone suggested me to contact my MP (Federal). I live in Markham and our MP is John McClum ...I sent him a fax explaining the situation. Next day, I got a call from his Assistant and she asked me to give her copies of all the documents that they had presented in Delhi for Visiors Visa and also the File Number, that is mentioned on the Rejection Letter. I gave her all fax copies and then she contacted Ottawa Office with MP's recommendation letter. She told me that she can not gurantee that my parents will get a visa but usually there should not be any problem, if all documents are in order. And to my surprise, next day my parents got a phone call from Consultate in Delhi to bring their passports and collect the visa :)

Thanks to my MP's Assistant but she pulled this off litteraly in 48 hrs. I had never imagined politicians can work that fast !

After this I had told this idea to three families that I know off, whose Parents' Visa was rejected and two of them got the visa on MP's recommendation.

So all those who are going thru' this phase, should contact their local MP's as last resort.





Hi
I m from india.my husnad is in canada on temporary workpermit.i recently got 2 rejection in visitor visa as a wife.hey my husband has already contacted MP.but after receiving letter how can i contact ottawa office .....as i did application in delhi


please please answer me.i will be very much grateful to u.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The above is pasted from today's request in another thread.

You know where your Husband lives. Tell him to go and see a Representative in one of the Immigrant Help Centers close yo where he is living. They will help him with everything. All of this is happening because, you have not filled in your application form properly.

You both should wake up. You are only seeing and hearing. You are not listening to any suggestions that is the problem.

Good Luck.

Freddie.




Hi

Thanks for reply

but you wrote in your last thread that in your case mps assistant had contacted ottawa office and your parents received call on very next day..

my husband is also preparing letter from MP but how can he contact to ottawa office and which office..its parlament or canadian high comission where?



snehaparekh   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 17-11-08 04:33:16

Quote:
Originally posted by ftfl



You say that your Husband is here on a Work Permit. Where ever he is living, close to that place, there is a NEW Immigrant Help Center. If he goes there with all of the available papers that he has, they will help him fill the application correctly and will also help him with any other requirements, such as an invitation letter, qualifying factors, the fees required and the correct procedures which will get you a Temporary Resident Visa in a very short while. They will also give him the time it takes to get it. (Approximate). All of this is FREE.

So, when he calls next time tell him about it. Ask him to follow it up with the Center.

Good Luck.

Freddie.



Hi

thanks for reply.

we have already done with all docs like Balance ,IT returns and invitation and everything,,the center which you said...what will they do? will they prepare my file?

and yes there is also one way to get letter from MP.i heared one case in this forum that MP's assistant contacted to ottawa and the very next day applicant received call to submit passport in india.

so would you let me know if you know this procedure?



snehaparekh   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 17-11-08 04:34:36

Quote:
Originally posted by snehaparekh

Quote:
Originally posted by ftfl



You say that your Husband is here on a Work Permit. Where ever he is living, close to that place, there is a NEW Immigrant Help Center. If he goes there with all of the available papers that he has, they will help him fill the application correctly and will also help him with any other requirements, such as an invitation letter, qualifying factors, the fees required and the correct procedures which will get you a Temporary Resident Visa in a very short while. They will also give him the time it takes to get it. (Approximate). All of this is FREE.

So, when he calls next time tell him about it. Ask him to follow it up with the Center.

Good Luck.

Freddie.



Hi

thanks for reply.

we have already done with all docs like Balance ,IT returns and invitation and everything,,the center which you said...what will they do? will they prepare my file?

and yes there is also one way to get letter from MP.i heared one case in this forum that MP's assistant contacted to ottawa and the very next day applicant received call to submit passport in india.

so would you let me know if you know this procedure?



My husband is in Scarborough





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