You have to go through Immigration. Also, you will have to post a bond for this person. Please be aware that once you sign for this person you are responsible for them.
If you are using the term "Canadian Permanent Residency" to mean that you hold a Canadian passport, you will be required to buy an entry permit on the Turkish border for €15 or the equivalent. This entry permit will grant you permission to live in the country for 90 days, but you will not be permitted to work. If you are not a Canadian Passport holder, you may need to re-submit the question asking about the particular nation's passport you hold. Canadian residency does not affect the Turkish Immigration requirements.
A US resident who is out of status, is still able to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency. Temporary residency however may be denied.
YES US Visa is required.
You must first apply for Canadian permanent residency. After you have been living in Canada for 3 years out of 4 as a permanent resident, you can apply for citizenship. You can find out more information about the Family Class Sponsorship Program. See: Related Links
Yes you need to apply for legal permanent residency and a work card.
No, it is not possible. You should first apply for permanent residency and physically be present in Canada for 3 years. Then you can apply for Canadian citizenship if you meet other eligibility requirements.
Only if you apply to become a Canadian citizen. Once you get residency in Canada you can apply for provincial healthcare.
A Canadian marrying someone in a Canadian Mission is considered to have been on Canadian territory where Canadian laws apply
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. Marrying a Canadian citizen is a common way for people to establish permenant residency in Canada. And Congratulations!
You need to go to the immigration office and apply to become a citizen or apply for residency status.
Yes. When a non-citizen marries a U.S. citizen, s/he can then apply for US permanent residency. It is important to note that you cannot marry someone solely to obtain a green card as that is considered fraud (though, for the most part, it is the government's burden to show fraud, not your burden to show it isn't). A Canadian citizen married to a US citizen should have a simple time getting the required permanent residency visa, though you still must fill out the proper immigration forms and follow the rules to the letter, as NOTHING is automatic.
Yes, he does. He is a Canadian citizen living in the US.
Marrying a Canadian citizenship does not automatically make you a Canadian citizen. You would still have to go through the entire process that an unmarried "Alien" would have to go through. That is, apply and obtain Permanent Residency (PR) and then go through the Citizenship Application. Ref: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/faq/citizenship/cit-become-faq03.asp
Only if they are Canadian citizens too.Canadian permanent residents need their own passport and their PR card.
Of course they can. We just had an aquaintance who's daughter just made the Canadian National Womens team for soccer at the age of 17. She is a permanent resident of Mississauga, Ontario Canada.
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There is no law that states that, however, there is ways for an immigrant and their US citizen spouse to apply for a green card for permanent residency but only upon your petition being approved. The only people that automatically become US citizens are children who are born in the US regardless of parent's nationalities.
you can apply for residency, if you wish, then go through the proper channels for Citizenship, if your child is born in Canada, then your child is automatically Canadian.
This person is still an American citizen and should have no problem re-entering the states if he wishes. I would of course suggest checking with someone from U.S immigration services first
No. You must be an actual citizen of Canada.
Only if they're a permanent resident of Canada.
Once a person from another nation marries a Canadian citizen, he or she becomes a permanent resident. The process takes approximately 50 days for the paperwork.