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    Last edited by alisha476; Dec 2, 2019, 03:21 AM.

    #2
    let me transfer it to life1 section where i'm sure those in know of Canadian laws can answer
    Attitude is more important than facts.
    "Life is 10% what happens to us..and 90% of how we react to it"

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      #3
      Bob se rabta keejiye. Let Bob lead the way. He is newly nikahfied.
      Bura Jo Dekhan Main Chala,Bura Naa Milya Ko'ee
      Jo Maan Khoja Apnaa,Tou Mujhse Bura Naa Ko'ee

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        #4
        Originally posted by Kinzz View Post
        Bob se rabta keejiye. Let Bob lead the way. He is newly nikahfied.
        Chal jhooti. He is oldly nikahfied. New to sirf vailima hwa hai wo bhi only GS pe. Nikah to molvi ne bhi parhane se mana kardiya *insert crying emoticon here*
        My degree of sarcasm is directly related with your level of stupidity.
        "Hamari Koi aur branch nahi hai"

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          #5
          Wa alaikum asSalaam Alisha

          I’m not from Canada and I hope someone will be able to help you out in regards to the visa questions you have.
          I’m in the United States and I can share the experience of a handful of citizens here who have chosen to marry someone from England or Pakistan. A majority of the handful took the route to have the Nikah done in England or Pakistan depending on the residence of their spouse and upon arrival back home (US) filed for a fianc? visa rather than a spouse visa. Their spouses were granted visa as early as 6 months. Those that chose to file as spouse visa are waiting on two years for approval.
          Ask your fianc? to speak with or hire an immigration lawyer practicing in Canada to assist in the process.
          You also mentioned financial restrictions. If your fianc? does not plan to travel back and forth multiple times, I would at least ask him to fly over for a Nikah and ruksati; when the paperwork is approved you can fly to Canada and have a walima there.

          Hope I gave you some thoughts and different angles to play around with to celebrate a beautiful milestone in your life. Best wishes with the coming ceremonies!

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          SID_NY my post got lost during the transfer process
          Be someone that makes YOU happy

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            outch sorry

          #7
          All info is contained here no reason to hire a lawyer, as long as he is able to support you financially things should be fine.

          https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...-children.html

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            #8
            After yu apply takes around 12 mnths.

            https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...ing-times.html

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            • alisha476
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              Can we do anything to speed up the process?

            #9
            alisha476 the only thing you can do is to make sure the application is filled correctly and is completer you cant really do it sooner than a year

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