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guy3907   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 14-03-16 05:54:21

Hi I am new on this forum. I have question I was PR till 2008 and my spouse was PR may 2014. While she was PR she sponsored me as spouse and my file went in process mode. Due some reason my wife came back to India and lost her PR status. I was interviewed by visa officer in mar'2015. Since my wife in India with lost PR status visa officer asked to apply for PRD (Permanent Resident Returning Document). She could not get PRD due to that my PR application was rejected. Now both of has lost our PR status. Our complete family 3 daughter AND 1 Son is in canada and they are doing good. Now my question is can I apply for Super Visa if yes, what reason should I and my wife write for answering Q 'Have you ever been refused to enter/visa for Canada'



Full House   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 14-03-16 13:13:09


Currently with the Family Re-unification Plan started by the Liberals and with which many more can re-join their families who are residing here in Canada, I feel you should take up this matter with your own family here and ask them to appeal the PRD decision through the local MP and see if you both can re-enter into Canada on Humanitarian and Re-Unification grounds and start life all over again.

Needless to say, you should always respect the Laws of the country that you wish to live and stay, so, you should now let your children do the same for you here in Canada and entrust the matter with them to do the needful after approaching the local M.P.'s Office where they live.

Since this is a legal matter and you are in a dead lock, it will be well worth your efforts and trouble to go about it through that avenue. So, ask them to consult a few legal consultants here in the Immigration websites.

If you need any further assistance please drop me a PM and I will provide you with proper connections.

Good Luck.

FH.



san-hugo   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 14-03-16 14:51:20


In case your Son or Daughter is able to sponsor your Visitor / super visa, you should go by that route. I suggest get the visitor visa first on invitation of one of your kid. Then your children can apply for extension of visitor visa ( converted into Super Visa) while you are here.

I do not think you were refused a visa, so answer in your case is no. The PR or PRD non approval is not the refusal of Visa. Even if you say yes for any reason that has minimal repercussion on your current application. Other factors are more important such as income of sponsor, your assets back home and intention to return back.
This time you need to show sufficient ties to India. LoL.



Full House   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 14-03-16 17:10:04

When you say that you were PR till 2008, you landed and got the PR, but left Canada.

When you say your spouse was PR till 2014, she also landed and got PR status, but once again could not complete the 730 days to renew, because she also left Canada.

While she was filling in her 730 days, she sponsored you once again as PR, but she has to be IN CANADA to do that. But did not stay till the papers got through the process. It was in the Process mode, when she left Canada and did not get back into Canada before the expiry of the PR status. So, she failed and now cannot get back in.

Your second PR processing stopped, because the sponsor was out of Canada and NOW cannot get back in and so both of you got locked out.

The I.O. asked your spouse to apply for PRD and that got refused.

Your own second sponsorship came to a grinding halt, because of that.

Now you are asking if you are filing for a super visa, what to write in the column where they ask, have you ever been refused an entry into Canada. You also know the answer, which is YES. You cannot lie or refuse to answer.

If I were the I.O., I will read that you want a visa just to get back in, and I will also think that you will not return back home after the visa expires, because YOU BOTH WANT TO GET SUPER VISA AND GET IN. I will consider that you have just ONE intention, which is get back into Canada and stay PEMANENTLY. But if it is just one of you and the other stays behind, I will think twice, but might give a chance, because you have properties there and ONE of you will be left behind and might want to return back to re-join. Super visa, .. May be. Visa for six months YES.

Hence in my first response, I said contact your children and let them do the spade work through the M.P.'s Offices and see where it takes you. With the current liberal (small l ) immigration system, you have 100% chance of getting back in, when they see that you have made your attempts many times and DO MERIT to get back in. That is my present decision and I am sure you both will succeed.

So, Good Luck.

Talk to your family and see how fast they will be able to tackle this, before the current system cools off. HIT IT WHILE IT IS HOT.

FH.


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Originally posted by guy3907

Hi I am new on this forum. I have question I was PR till 2008 and my spouse was PR may 2014. While she was PR she sponsored me as spouse and my file went in process mode. Due some reason my wife came back to India and lost her PR status. I was interviewed by visa officer in mar'2015. Since my wife in India with lost PR status visa officer asked to apply for PRD (Permanent Resident Returning Document). She could not get PRD due to that my PR application was rejected. Now both of has lost our PR status. Our complete family 3 daughter AND 1 Son is in canada and they are doing good. Now my question is can I apply for Super Visa if yes, what reason should I and my wife write for answering Q 'Have you ever been refused to enter/visa for Canada'





guy3907   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 15-03-16 03:32:09

I am working in government organisation and will get NOC to travel to canada. This is one of the strong tie ups in home country. Also I have 3-4 properties and bank balances. Still there will be any doubt for not coming back to home country. I will be taking leaves for traveling to canada



Full House   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 15-03-16 10:53:30



When I plug in your name in my computer in my office, say JOE WHO, it takes me to the next column which is date of birth. Then it takes me to Place of birth, Then it takes me to the Passport number. BANG it takes me to the OLD decision page. It does not take me to the New application page.

So, I am encountering a drop box, a RED FLAG. So, to get that flag off, ask your children to approach the LOCAL M.P. where they live and ask for his help after you provide them with all of the history behind your PR and the entries that you made into Canada and the inability in fulfilling your required number of days and now wanting to get a SUPER VISA to get entry and spend a few days and stay here as long as you want.

I know you will succeed. But the only way to do the same easily is, now available to you at the Canadian End. So, go for it.

Good Luck.

FH.



guy3907   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 15-03-16 23:47:47

First para does not me clear about what you have written. I will request if you explain this in more ellobrated way.

guy3907

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Originally posted by Full House

When I plug in your name in my computer in my office, say JOE WHO, it takes me to the next column which is date of birth. Then it takes me to Place of birth, Then it takes me to the Passport number. BANG it takes me to the OLD decision page. It does not take me to the New application page.

So, I am encountering a drop box, a RED FLAG. So, to get that flag off, ask your children to approach the LOCAL M.P. where they live and ask for his help after you provide them with all of the history behind your PR and the entries that you made into Canada and the inability in fulfilling your required number of days and now wanting to get a SUPER VISA to get entry and spend a few days and stay here as long as you want.

I know you will succeed. But the only way to do the same easily is, now available to you at the Canadian End. So, go for it.

Good Luck.

FH.







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