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|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Nobody: 10:56pm On Mar 07|
Wish we know how to get it
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Nobody: 10:58pm On Mar 07|
Read through the thread, sending you an invite holds no weight but of course they can send it.. read through the answers and all
You need to do is embedded in the thread
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 2:21am On Mar 08|
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Oleayo22(f): 2:04am On Mar 10|
Please I want to find if anyone that went for birthing has renewed their visa successfully. Please share your story.
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by NaijaCanadian28: 4:07am On Mar 10|
[quote author=Temitee4 post=87171508]Good evening all.
I am new here but in a dilemma. Been reading a lot on this thread but I’m getting more confused so I need help with these questions;
1. I applied for PR and I thought it would have come but now I am about 18 weeks pregnant so I’m seeking a plan B to have my baby in Canada which is to apply for a medical visa. Does this in any way jeopardize my PR application?
2. Where do I download this medical visa form from? All I’m seeing is Temporary resident visa form.
3. Is it better to use paper or online application?
4. How do I get a doctor to book me seeing that most of them don’t even want to accept upfront payment?
Still have more questions but I will appreciate response to the above first.
Thanks a lot, although I registered this account a while ago but I haven’t been using it.
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by AfonjaBoston: 2:17pm On Mar 10|
You still dey hustle this canads thing?
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Nobody: 2:21pm On Mar 10|
Illiterate,open your eyes and read
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by AfonjaBoston: 2:23pm On Mar 10|
I dont have to open my eyes to read dummy this is the 21st century.
You still did not answer the question. Canada knack you denial but you still dey daydream to enter. Wake up they dont want your scruffy smelling self
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by AfonjaBoston: 2:26pm On Mar 10|
Demicoker finally born pikin for Syria
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Nobody: 2:30pm On Mar 10|
Dirty illiterate..as usual he couldn’t see that someone asked a question and what’s the big deal about Syria..since you had your kids in Syria others can too!!
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by afroxyz: 3:34pm On Mar 11|
Please what are the cheapest cities to birth and how much (in Canadian dollars) should one have for the whole process
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Shallypop(f): 5:31pm On Mar 11|
Hi mamas. Pls I registered at a private hospital and about to travel next week. Does airlines accept private hospital fit to fly? Though, I'm not heading to Canada. Thanks
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Neile: 9:37pm On Mar 11|
Yes they do. I flew to the US last week using Ethiopian airlines at 23 weeks and used fit to fly from Lagoon hospital. Be sure to have photocopies with you as they request for copies.
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Shallypop(f): 8:25am On Mar 12|
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by NaijaCanadian28: 1:18pm On Mar 12|
[quote author=NaijaCanadian28 post=87311457][/quote]
It may not affect your PR application but it may result in denial because of intent(for a visiting visa, you have to prove that you’re going back to your home country but you already expressed interest in relocating permanently-your pr application-making the whole process counterintuitive). But you can try though, don’t take my word for it. I’m sorry to ask, but why are you stressing yourself?, your baby will still be a Canadian citizen even if(hopefully not) the PR visa doesn’t come before EDD, besides you still have like 15 weeks, PR visa may even come before then. Applying for visiting visa may even take time, i can see some people complain of not hearing anything since October. I hope you make the best decision , all the best!
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by AfonjaBoston: 6:04pm On Mar 12|
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by AfonjaBoston: 6:06pm On Mar 12|
Demicoker the desperate hustler for Canadian visa.
How that your scruffy baby daddy?
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by gingalady: 9:15am On Mar 13|
Hello please I just saw a news stating all travel Visas to Canada has been banned till May 2020. Does this mean they will not approve any visa till then or that you cant travel there till after May 2020? I'm due to travel there around that time. This CO-VID is really disturbing world peace!!!
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by AfonjaBoston: 1:50pm On Mar 13|
Are you going for a health emergency or just to chop life?
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Lankesolanke: 5:44pm On Mar 13|
Fake news.com.. only from
Few places like China,Iran,South Korea..
Endeavor to check news source
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Lankesolanke: 11:48am On Mar 16|
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Nobody: 11:50am On Mar 16|
Better than your corona self..I hope you have been quarantined
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by AfonjaBoston: 12:04pm On Mar 16|
None necessary or required. How far hustle? I pray this people answer you I beg. e done dey tey too much
If your Canada PR click don't go and Oluwole marriage to add that your baby daddy. He hasn't been supportive and doesn't deserve to be added. Just have hi sign the papers and japa with your pikin
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Nobody: 6:28pm On Mar 16|
You write too much epistle for someone who wants to be savage dry joke ...try again
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by gingalady: 7:51pm On Mar 16|
Well... saw this today on Canada news. Hopefully its reversed before the trip
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by zellawaya: 1:44am On Mar 17|
Hi there Neile,
May I inquire what types of questions you were asked at the Port of entry? What documentation did you have? I'm quite concerned being pregnant (not too far gone) if I would have a hard time.
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Neile: 3:10am On Mar 17|
Hi. I was only asked how long I would be staying which was 5 days and the officer said “enjoy your stay ma’am”. I was actually in the US to meet my Ob/Gyn and had all my health insurance documents but I wasn’t asked at all. At 23 weeks and no intention made to hide it (by wearing my jacket for instance), there was no mistaking that I was pregnant. I guess being a frequent traveler (Visited the US twice through EWR in 4 months and travel every other month to different countries) helped as in recent times I never get any serious questions. I hope this helps.
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by shilling(f): 3:20am On Mar 17|
If you're not coming in as a permanent resident, don't buy your tickets. You won't be allowed in and nobody knows how long the ban will last.
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by zellawaya: 10:25pm On Mar 17|
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by NaijaCanadian28: 1:22am On Mar 18|
shilling:People that have PR visas are not excluded since they are not Permanent residents until they land.
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by NaijaCanadian28: 3:52am On Mar 21|
People with PR visas (gotten before March 16th) can now enter Canada but must not have symptoms like fever(over 38 degrees), coughing and difficulty breathing and if they have these symptoms, they must provide a medical certificate stating that the symptoms are not as a result of COVID-19. Other people exempted include- seasonal workers, international students with study permit(study visa is not the same with study permit). Visitors are still not allowed.
|Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Eilenora: 2:21pm On Mar 23|
Please can anyone recommend a reliable omugwo service that can assist with a new born in the Ontario Toronto area? The couple resides there but dont have family to come around to help after birth.
@hotstepper please help out.
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