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If your lawyer says you have a strong case, then believe him and try to relax. You journey may be longer than expected but you will get there. I know you feel like dying but being with your hubby is what matters at this moment. 

It will work out and maybe sooner than you think.
Everything in it's time.
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Hi Dani,

I was the same way about my husband and my emails to one another and didn't send them with my original application.  After the file transfer, once I stepped outside the box and took a look at everything I sent, I realized that it was the emails that displayed how and when our meeting took place, how the relationship developed and how strong our feelings for one another grew.  I ended up sending them in a further submission and was really glad I did.  Forget about personal and think convince. 
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Hi Dani,

We haven't heard anything since the file transfer but I believe it has probably been the best thing in this case as my husband and I had a very short courtship and got married within 4 months of meeting.  For us it really wasn't about what we built together as we are both 50 years of age, but more what we need from each other to enjoy the remainder of our lives and although our countries are at opposite ends of the world we are so similar in so many ways, it is incredible.  By the time we heard the file was transferred which was seven months from the time the application was submitted, we had accumulated a great deal of evidence which proves without a doubt the genuineness of this relationship, which I sent in to the local CIC in two packages about one month apart. 

Dani, the emails are the most important part of this package as they show timing, emotion, day-to-day life, and future plans. 

My husband and I likely have several more months of waiting which is horrible for him because he cannot work and he was a very social person in his home country and he doesn't have any close friends here but me and my family.  Furthermore he loves his country and would like me to be with him there but I have so much here and I am not quite ready to make that move unless I really have to.  We have alternative options such as pulling the application and starting one from the outside or he can go home and sponsor me from his country which by now shouldn't cause any dramas as we have lived together for almost a year.  However we don't have any financial issues regardless of him not working and we are together which is what we have always wanted and we have already waited out the inland process for 8 months.

In all honesty, after all the horror stories I have read off these sites I am feeling really good about our situation.  My husband's visitor permit is good until July of 2013.  Our local CIC has a waiting time of 4-6 months so we need to wait it out and regardless of what the decision is my husband and I will always be together, here or there it doesn't matter.  If it doesn't work out here I will definitely give up what I have here to be with him in his country.  I can't do what others are doing, living apart from their spouse.  My spouse is my best friend, my lover and the one willing to do and sacrifice anything for me.  I look so forward to going to sleep and waking up with him, seeing him when I get home from work and spending our evenings and weekends together.  There is no way I want to live apart from him and race home to see him on skype. 
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You are definitely right, the waiting seems endless and additionally the immigration process in itself is demeaning and breaks a person down to the point that they have little to no self esteem.  After feeling so hopeless and helpless we all begin to second guess ourselves and are left wondering how falling in love and wanting to begin a life with our beloved partner could ever turn into something so sinister. 

I know you are hurting Dani and I am sorry.  I think you are probably more angry with your Country than anything.  If you are going to follow through on your appeal and you really love your husband then you need to initiate the process and move on with your daily life.  As you stated, life is short.

Take care.  I will be here now and again if you need to talk.
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Hi Dani,

I am not aware of the statistics regarding successful appeals but what I do know is that the more evidence of a solid relationship you have the better your chances are of winning the appeal.  I can tell that you love your husband but it may not be you they have the doubts about.  Definitely the short courtship was a trigger.  There are a number of things they are checking and I am guessing they have a checklist.  It is our responsibility to prove the genuineness of the relationship as well as our goals of residing in Canada with the inclusion of setting up with family and employment opportunities.  Do you mind me asking what your family background is.  I know you are Canadian but what is the second language you speak.    
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