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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Papapa1234: 2:45pm On Nov 19, 2020
Hello everyone..been a while..covid really spoilt our plans but we thank God ..
My bvl just dropped,I applied in March which I am very sure it’s a refusal..
My question is? I wrote to them in May that I would like to withdraw my app and they respond with ( check attachment pls)
Does it mean they didn’t withdraw the app since bvl dropped today?
Thank you

Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Newww1(f): 10:21am On Dec 02, 2020
Hi we have similar suitation and I hope we get good advice I have an EE profile I am yet to get an ITA.

I just found out i qm having a baby I am.only 7 weeks gone.

Can I apply for medical or visiting visa for birthing purpose my parents are in Canada with pr. And I have a sibling there too. No strong travel history but I have a job and husband what are my options please advise us

Rode20:
Please am confused about the fact that I have an express entry profile and if I can still apply to birth in Canada.

Kindly enlighten me....will my express entry profile be an issue, I am just in the pool, no ITA yet, never done diometric or medicals for Canada before.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by olamie: 12:39am On Dec 11, 2020
Hello everyone,
I'll be traveling back to Nigeria with my 3 year old. Please does she need a PCR test?
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 2:40am On Dec 11, 2020
No, he does not need to do it. Only you will do it. I am in Naija with my kids and none of them did it. If they are less than 10, they don’t have to. Make sure to visit ncdc site for steps on what to do after the test. Safe travels



olamie:
Hello everyone,
I'll be traveling back to Nigeria with my 3 year old. Please does she need a PCR test?
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Candybright: 10:57pm On Jan 15
Prettyfranca:
Please can Canada grant me transit visa to Barbados. I want to have my child in Barbados but unfortunately no direct flight from Nigeria to Barbados. Generally Canada visas are unpredictable and not straight forward. I don’t want to get any visa denial from them. I just need a transit visa that’s all.

Any suggestions?
Thank you all
Canada, Transit visa!! Just focus on UK visa for your transit
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by NaijaCanadian28: 12:36am On Jan 18
Rach622:
Good day all, please I have a question
Does being pregnant affect getting a study visa?
Thanks for your response

I know my reply is coming late but..no I was six months pregnant when I got my study visa five years ago .
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by KOLAPO3(m): 7:07pm On Feb 10
Ummhuda:
Hello everyone, I am pregnant and due in 1st week of March, I have a valid Canadian visit Visa and wish to teavel and give birth in Canada. Please I need advice. I have 4 kids but all born in Nigeria. This is the 1st and probably the last baby I want to try birthing abroad. Kindly help out with information on whether it is better to use an agency or do it by myself. I have 2 bothers studying in Canada. 1 in York and the other one in Manitoba. I will appreciate advice from people that have experience. Also I don’t have much so I am looking out for the cheapest available option. Thanks


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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Nana03: 11:04pm On Feb 23
Hello Dazzing,

My situation is quite similar to yours. I have a visa and had my first child in Canada, I plan to travel next week and need some immigration advice from you. I sent you a mail, please respond.
dazzing:

Hello, Sorry for late responses, I noticed that since my last post I got alot more direct mails, and I see there are a few questions on here that I haven't responded too. I'll try and do that now, but some quick update:

I got my baby's passport. from interview/form submission day till I got it took just two weeks, so I'll say the process is still working okay even with the restrictions and limited service.

General update: Canada border restrictions to visitors was extended again till end of this oct.

answers to questions:
yes, you are on point there are mainly two confident sources to get travel restrictions on countries, IRCC and IATA websites. which I also used. My first child like I shared is a Canadian, Canadians are allowed into their country and me as the mum, an immediate family member. so airline would always ask for evidence which is the birth certificate. again non-optional/non discretionary reasons, mine was medical. plus I have PR siblings but that only came up when I was already at canada immigration. the main thing is airlines will not let you fly if you cannot show evidence to enter a country that has restrictions. Again I dunno it may have cooled down now, but when I used airfrance I saw a lady who was bounced at Paris, as she didn't meet the criteria. it wasn't pretty. I understand that not all members of this forum would meet that criteria that's why I said my post is useful for intending mums coming after the ease of Canada lock down.

My journey to come though cumbersome will not be relevant to this group cause the conditions I traveled then have all changed now. Now there are airlines and countries have opened up. Again even though I am Nigerian, I don't live in Nigeria, I live in another African nation, so when I came my journey was broken in pieces, through different African countries, with the last leg being via Paris to Canada. I hope I've answered all questions. I'll update the group again if I get any other info.

Oh I forgot to mention, some months back the Nigerian embassy here wasn't working , but now I saw the press release that they have resumed services but very limited and by strict appointments only. this was really a massive headache to me, and in the end, I will not be using them as I suspect there may be backlog on their side.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by dazzing: 10:54am On Feb 25
Nana03:
Hello Dazzing,

My situation is quite similar to yours. I have a visa and had my first child in Canada, I plan to travel next week and need some immigration advice from you. I sent you a mail, please respond.

Sorry Nana for just seeing this, I have responded to your mail, but for the attention of others I'll still say, always check IATA and Canada immigration website. I recently got a mail about some mandatory 3 days in a hotel paid by you for all travelers. in fact I was planning some sort of visit with my family but when I got that email, I have had major change of plans. so its good to keep checking I remember I used to check weekly some times a few days apart when I wanted to go on my own trip.

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