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How does divorce affect my immigration status?

Discussion in 'Sponsorship' started by Nancy, Nov 7, 2014.

  1. Nancy

    Nancy New Member

    My refugee claim was denied and I got married in 2008. My wife sponsored me and I got my PR card in April 2014. The thing is that my marriage has broken down and my wife wants a divorce, so I would like to know if it will affect my Canadian immigration status. Is it risky if we apply for a divorce on the basis of a one-year separation since I got my PR card 8 months ago? I would greatly appreciate a reply! Thank you so much!
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2014
  2. Mark Smith

    Mark Smith Member

    In divorce cases... It may be effected by Immigration.. If you have already obtained conditional green card, you will need to fill form I-751.
  3. Alex Colt

    Alex Colt New Member

    Many a times it so happen that in a relation ship understanding disappears and which leads to loosing patience to even with whom we love the most this was also with me and we entered to break the relationship i approached the lawyer from LeeMeier but then during the proceedings the judge gave as the time of 2 months to sort our matter and this really helped me to protect my relationship.

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