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Spouse sponsorship--Panic start

Printed From: Canada Immigration and Visa Discussion Forum
Category: Canada Immigration Topics
Forum Name: Family Class Sponsorship
Forum Description: A review of current sponsorship programs (permanent residence) promoting the reunion in Canada of close relatives from abroad.
Printed Date: 28 Feb 2020 at 9:54am

Topic: Spouse sponsorship--Panic start
Posted By: a409
Subject: Spouse sponsorship--Panic start
Date Posted: 03 Jan 2011 at 11:00pm

Posted By: sugahmonstah
Date Posted: 04 Jan 2011 at 3:39am
Wow. did they "change her date of birth"?

What I'm reading is....and correct me if I'm wrong but your wifes sister sent documents that are tampered with her sponsorship application. I'm no pro here but isn't that fraud? I'm pretty sure when I submitted my application to sponsor my husband there was a portion to sign declaring all documents and information submitted are real.....

If the family only "changed her birthdate" for an exam....why would she keep using that birthdate? O. M .g.

Outland Sent 11/30/2010
Received Miss 12/2/2010
Sponsor approved 01/17/2011
Received Buffalo 01/26/2011
Applied for VR extension 03/14/2011
extension approved until MAY 2013!!! 05/09/2011

Posted By: MajidS
Date Posted: 04 Jan 2011 at 12:20pm
This might be late for you to do anything, but why keep on using the falsified date if it were only for one exam? Falsifying information can result in rejection of both the sisters' applications. And yes, they will compare the history and birth dates of both sisters. I have no advise but go back and go through all the trouble again to get your birthdates right again. Even if takes months or years. Get your dates true and then apply.

Posted By: Limbo
Date Posted: 04 Jan 2011 at 11:03pm
I agree with MajidS; fix the problem now, before you submit either application.
The chances of the age discrepancy being noticed are high. I believe you have to declare other family members' intentions of applying for PR, so the cases files will be linked.
The delay caused by such a falsification of information would be huge at the very least, if not resulting in an outright barring from entry for both.

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