What is the process of marrying an American and living in Canada if you are Canadian When would he be eligible to find work and would he have to be sponsored if we got married in Canada?
First after marriage or before: one of you have to decided which will denounce ones citizenship of either nation or if one of you will have dual citizenship. He can find work now on a visa
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If a Canadian living in the U.S and married to an American has a child in Canada can the child be both an American and Canadian citizen?
Yes, they can and are. Canada will recognize the child naturally because they were born on Canadian soil, and to a Canadian parent. The child will also inherit the US Citizens…hip of the American Parent, although the Parent will have to declare the child to the U.S. Consulate showing their proof of citizenship as well as the child's Canadian birth certificate.
Easiest way is to have him, in the US, apply for a K-1 Fiance visa. (Petition for Alien Fiance Form I-129F) That form will get you started and tell you what you need to do. It…'s quick, likely 4 or 5 months. You can come across on this "K-1 Fiance Visa", then have to get married within 3 months. You can expect to have to fill out several forms as your part of the Fiance visa application. You will need original documents for any divorces, any children, original long form birth certificate for yourself, criminal record check etc. You will both be able to submit info to prove you are financially capable of supporting yourselves. Actually, it's more on his shoulders. He has to swear to support you for ten years. You will not be able to collect social benefits. You also have to submit proof of relationship, so hold on to pictures, cards, phone records etc. After you are here, as soon as you are married, apply for your permanent residency(Form I-485)takes 2 or 3 years). You can get a work permit (I-765)right away. If you want to leave the US to return to visit Canada, you will need "Advance Parole". Another form (Form I131)and another approximately $125 and it will take several months to get that. I just went through all of this. Lots of paper, but quick.
Citizenship is really not an issue in marriage laws. The requirements for marriage would be the same as for any two Canadian citizens getting married in your Province. Marryin…g a Canadian citizen is a common way for people to establish permenant residency in Canada. And Congratulations!
Answer . \nYes you can, but you will have to go to Imigration for instructions as to what papers you need, etc. It's a little tougher since 9/11, but I know lots of Americ…ans that are living in British Columbia. \\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy
The best way to find a Canadian girl to marry in Canada is to lookin the places where single girls are likely to be. Some places tocheck would be bars, dance clubs, and social… events in the areawhere you live or would like to live.
Answer . There is always what you call a "hassle" as far as Immigration. You would need to seek legal counsel to know how to go about this. Either you will be living in …the U.S. with your wife or she will be living with you in Canada. Another option (I know two couples who have done this) is the wife remains a U.S. citizen and comes to Canada on a Visitors Visa and the same applies to her husband. Of course a Canadian can marry an American most of the time if they are adults and not married to another person at the time they want to get married.
Only if you apply to become a Canadian citizen. Once you get residency in Canada you can apply for provincial healthcare.
You are Canadian and you are getting married to an American you intend to still live in Canada what do you do?
Your partner will need to get Canadian citizenship. Since youalready live in Canada, then it will not be a problem for you.Ã
You can marry where you want, I THINK!!
I married a Canadian and moved to Canada. You will need to get your immgration status done. They give you a non alien one year visa at the boarder which means you can live in …Canada but you can not work in Canada. Once you move to Canada you can go to the local Canadian immgration and apply for perement residency but if you have any criminal background, you must get it taken care of before moving to Canada. Your record must be esponged and clean. It cost at $600 Canadian to complete the forms and get your status so it is not hard at all.
The marriage would normally be recognized in Canada- but simply being married to a Canadian wouldn't give the American any right to live in Canada (if that's what you're reall…y trying to find out).
Yes, if you marry a Canadian you would get a work Visa. You will have to go through the proper channels for this.
If you are an American citizen and you marry outside the U.S., the U.S. will always find out.
Yes they can.... You can marry anyone in Canada.... :3
If you get a visa with work permit you can work in Canada, though it'll be highly suspicious if you try to get married soon afterwards.
Any person with citizenship in any country may apply for immigration here easily if they have someone here to sponsor them, like a spouse, parent, family member, etc. Sponsors…hip does cost a somewhat large amount of money, but it almost always works in any situation.
Does an American married to a Canadian and living in Canada have to return to America every six months if they retain their American citizenship?
No, once you married a Canadian you got all the right to live in Canadian as long as you both are still married, You may ask to go back to States if you caught in criminal act…ivities.