Who has custody of a child when the parents are not married and there is not a custodial order from the court in Canada?
Based on reports from single fathers, the mother has sole custody until otherwise ruled on by the courts. see links
If the non-custodial parents has visitation rights you need court approval. It will all go more smoothly if the non-custodial parent consents to the move. If the non-custodial parents has visitation rights you need court approval. It will all go more smoothly if the non-custodial parent consents to the move. If the non-custodial parents has visitation rights you need court approval. It will all go more smoothly if the non-custodial parent consents to the move… Read More
If you have full custody and move from Ontario Canada to The United Arab Emirates with your children does the father still continue to have to pay support?
yes, and file for custody based on custodial interference. Read More
a lot of court orders regarding custody assignment have a stipulation in them that prohibits the custodial parent from changing residence farther that a set number (such as 100 miles) without permission from the court/judge. Read More
In the USA, Canada, and Mexico you must be 18 to get married without your parents permission. In 2 states in the USA you have to be OLDER to get married without your parents consent. Read More
In Canada, you can't. However, you can if you go down to the United States. Read More
No there is not. Under 18 means you will need parents consent. Read More
apply to the courts for sole custody and pray. Read More
If your 17-year-old girlfriend lives in New York and you're 18 and live in Canada can she come to Canada so you can get married and then go back to New York without any legal problems?
== == The minimum age to get married IN CANADA, with the permission of the girl's parents is 16. In this case, I would suggest that you get married in the USA, to avoid problems at the border crossing point. The big problem is that at age 17 she is considered to be A MINOR in Canada. They won't let her in to Canada, buy herself, without a written letter of permission from her Parents… Read More
Can IMM5604 be waived from being signed by non accompanying parent if sole custodial parent intends to migrate to Canada?
I doubt it, since the main purpose of the form is to ensure that the non-custodial parent is aware of and approves of the trip. There wouldn't be a form if Canada didn't care about the non-custodial parent's wishes. Read More
Yes under 18 students can apply for student visa to Canada. For that, they need to arrange a custodianship from Canada. The student should have a relative in Canada who can take his custody until he gets 18 years of age. Also the student needs to prove that his parents are also agree and ready too send him to study abroad. There is a custodianship form which is filled by the the custodian in Canada… Read More
What are the processes when you are a Tajik citizen but married to a Canadian and you are planning to have your first child in Canada?
No special proceedures are required. If your child is born in Canada it will be a Canadian citizen by birth regardless of the nationality of its parents. Read More
If my parents were born in Canada and are Canadians, them I am Canadian even if not born in Canada. Read More
The duration of Married in Canada is 3600.0 seconds. Read More
Justin was raised in stratford Canada..his parents are Canada Read More
In canada, you must be 15 to be officially married! Happy Honeymoon! Read More
A couple who was married in Cuba is also legally married in the nation of Canada. The two nations have reciprocity. Read More
Do I need consent to take our 15 year old daughter to live in Canada from UK I am the custodial parent?
Yes Read More
His adopted parents are from Toronto, Canada Read More
A mother filed a divorce in Canada does she has the right to get her kids in the Philippines who were raised by her spouse?
She has to have possession to have filed for custody. Canada has no jurisdiction over the kids. Read More
Flashpoint - 2008 Custody 2-17 is rated/received certificates of: Canada:14+ Read More
There are 6.2 million married teens in Canada. And only some of them are living a happy life with children. Read More
You can't. You can only be married to one person at a time in the US, UK and Canada. You can't. You can only be married to one person at a time in the US, UK and Canada. You can't. You can only be married to one person at a time in the US, UK and Canada. You can't. You can only be married to one person at a time in the US, UK and… Read More
no it is not Read More
If you are wishing to enter Canada, here are the documents that you need (or might be needing): * Visa * If traveling with your children: you will be needing the proof of custody * If traveling alone and still a minor, you should carry the authorization letter from your parents or guardian * If you are a naturalized citizen and you do not have a passport, you need to travel with your naturalization certificate… Read More
If you both have lived in Mexico, got married then you would immigrate to Canada as husband and wife and it is legal in Canada. Read More
my wife divorced her husband by mail in Guam,they were married in Canada,is the divorce valid in Canada Read More
Yes, he married. He said ( We got married January 4 2011 in Victoria Canada BC. Read More
If you are married in China, you do not need to return to China to file for a divorce. Canada will allow you to file for divorce and recognize the divorce that has taken place. Read More
It is called bigamy and is illegal. They are already married, they can't be married twice. Read More
Step siblings have no blood relation, it simply means that their parents got married, even if their parents are dating, they will still not be related, in terms of blood, and even if blood there is no laws that prohibit it (But real blood related, is disgusting). So there is no genetic reason not to date/have sex/have children, and even get married, with a stepbrother/stepsister, some parents may even want it (them do date/ect). There… Read More
Answer I can't be too sure on how legal it is as you are Canadian and you married out of the country. I'd contact Immigration Canada to find out how legal your marrige is. * You can be married outside of Canada and be legally recognized as married in Canada. You simply need to show the marriage certificate. The marriage certificate is less important than it used to be for legal reasons, however. What is… Read More
No. However, the non custodial obligated parent will most likely be refused entry into the U.S. and/or it's commonwealths. Read More
Do the passenger under 17who travel from US need permission from their parents for travel to Canada?
No, they do not. I am currently under the age of 17 and I have travled from New York to Canada, with out permission from my parents. Read More
Can divorced parents husband is US citizen and wife is Canadien citizen and their son born in USA attend school in Canada?
No, people who are old enough to be married are too old to go to school unless it's college. Read More
Jacques Cartier got married in Canada at the St. Lawrence river. Read More
43.54 is the average married couples geez get it rite Read More
As compared to what? Is the mother a child abuser? It depends on the circumstances. Read More
Yes you can. Read More