Immigrating to Canada from the UK
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Asked by: fairlady-ga
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11 Apr 2005 01:35 PDT
Expires: 11 May 2005 01:35 PDT
Question ID: 507747
I am a 37 year old lady, self employed born in the UK. I am married though seperated from my husband. I wish to immigrate to Canada to be with someone I have developed a relationship with. I have been to Canada to visit with him and will be going again within the next month [May 2005]. I have 3 children ages between 11 and 4. I also have my own business [sole trader]. Please advice on the best route for myself and the children to go about immigrating to Canada.
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Re: Immigrating to Canada from the UK
From: mongolia-ga on 11 Apr 2005 06:13 PDT
Fairlady The surest route would be for you to ultimately marry your partner in Canada. (I am assuming he is a Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant). The other possible avenue is for you to set up your own business in Canada. The Canadian goverment has had programs in the past to encourage people to start business's on Canada (these may be contingent on employing a small number of Canadian employees) I would suggest you do three things: 1. Ask for a meeting with someone in the Canadian High Commission. 2. Fill out the standard immigration form for Canada. (You have nothing to lose by been doing this as soon as possible) 3. Talk to an Canadian Immigration lawyer to get some basic advice. (You should not need the services of a lawyer to actually immigrate. However I strongly believe that 1 to 2 hours advice from someone who knows the system will possibly save you a lot of time) Regards and Good Luck Mongolia
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