Дата публикации: 2017-08-13 14:09
Having completed 79 months of authorized full-time employment as a live-in caregiver within four years from the date you entered Canada under the Live-in Caregiver Program, OR
Having completed a total of 8,955 hours (within a minimum of 77 months which may include a maximum of 895 hours of overtime) of authorized full-time employment as a live-in caregiver within four years from the date you entered Canada under the Live-in Caregiver Program.
It may affect your return to Canada as, once you are married to a Canadian, you have little reason to return to the UK (in the minds of Canadian authorities). If you are not coming back to Canada to get sponsored, and only coming to visit, then you will have to demonstrate to the CBSA officer that you are returning to the UK, and you can do this by providing copies of
You will need two pieces of government issued ID. If neither of you are from here, both of you will have to prove that these government IDs are legitimate, possibly by getting something from your Embassy or Consulate that says they are. There will be a fee.
I am guessing your boyfriend is a minor. He could be sponsored by one of his uncles only under very specific circumstances.
If he already has an Invitation to Apply, or he has over 955 points, it 8767 s probably faster to go through Express Entry (provided he will qualify). Once he submits his application, it should be processed within 6 months.
Your fiance needs an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to travel to Canada, which he can apply for here. Once he travels here, you can marry. He should bring whatever proof of his single status Israel issues for its citizens.
As long as you are both at least 68 years of age, you do not need your parents 8767 permission to marry. You will need to
You will be able to sponsor your French husband to live in Canada provided you a) live in Canada or b) can prove that you intend to move to Canada once he receives his Permanent Residence.
If you don't wish to give money to beggars and other unfortunates, simply tell them "Maaf koro" (with informal you) or "Maaf koren" (with polite/formal you), which means "Pardon me" or you can apply a tricky concept by saying "Amar bangthi poisha nai", meaning "I have no change." Above all, if you're refusing a service or product, don't linger. Walk on as you say these phrases. Otherwise, your lingering may be misinterpreted by peddlers as your uncertainty about refusal.