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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 4:30am On Nov 28
Lemme allow experts in this field to answer.

However I have question abi questions.

1. With a Masters degree and work permit nd having worked in Canada, why didnt u apply for PR as it would almost be automatic.

2. If you havent started, why didnt u start with wxprews entry as u have an upper hand.


MrsBMWM90:
GOOD DAY All, our experienced people and professionals, thank you for your wonderful contributions and assistance. God bless you all. My issue is a little peculiar. I have a few questions. I intend to apply for a visitor visa for me and my 13mth old in order to give birth in canada. I am currently four months pregnant.
1) I am presently working but my salary and bank balance is minimal so my hubby would be sponsoring this trip. Please apart from the sponsorship letter he would write for us does he have to get a letter of introduction from his office stating that he works with them presently or does his employment letter suffice?
2) he has just 5million in his account would this be Ok? My aunty would be writing an invitation letter to state that she would be responsible for feeding and accommodation.
3) for me, unfortunately I work with the civil service and for now I can't get a letter of introduction can I use just my employment letter. Also I didn't change my surname yet in the civil service so it carries my unmarried name. Would this affect me after I submit my marraige certificate? Which was after I got employment with the state govt.
4) i was in canada for my masters from 2012-2013 and I was also given a postgraduate work permit which I used for about 2yrs plus before I came to Nigeria for reasons beyond my control at d time.I had a clean record. Does this help my cause?
Thank you I would appreciate your reply, I have already delayed so long but I decide to give it a try.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 4:42am On Nov 28
Lemme allow experts in this field to answer.

However I have question abi questions.

1. With a Masters degree and work permit nd having worked in Canada, why didnt u apply for PR as it would almost be automatic.

2. If you havent started, why didnt u start with wxprews entry as u have an upper hand.


[qquote author=MrsBMWM90 post=73363380]GOOD DAY All, our experienced people and professionals, thank you for your wonderful contributions and assistance. God bless you all. My issue is a little peculiar. I have a few questions. I intend to apply for a visitor visa for me and my 13mth old in order to give birth in canada. I am currently four months pregnant.
1) I am presently working but my salary and bank balance is minimal so my hubby would be sponsoring this trip. Please apart from the sponsorship letter he would write for us does he have to get a letter of introduction from his office stating that he works with them presently or does his employment letter suffice?
2) he has just 5million in his account would this be Ok? My aunty would be writing an invitation letter to state that she would be responsible for feeding and accommodation.
3) for me, unfortunately I work with the civil service and for now I can't get a letter of introduction can I use just my employment letter. Also I didn't change my surname yet in the civil service so it carries my unmarried name. Would this affect me after I submit my marraige certificate? Which was after I got employment with the state govt.
4) i was in canada for my masters from 2012-2013 and I was also given a postgraduate work permit which I used for about 2yrs plus before I came to Nigeria for reasons beyond my control at d time.I had a clean record. Does this help my cause?
Thank you I would appreciate your reply, I have already delayed so long but I decide to give it a try.
[/quote]
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by MrsBMWM90: 7:35am On Nov 28
lol...my sister you are one of d experts oo.... Please help o. I have to apply for d visa soon.

ok to your questions:-
1) as at the time i had to come back due to some situations in Nigeria has nothing to do with canada.
2) For now, I am also taking another degree at the moment,that might take a while to complete. If i applied for PR now I might have some hiccups if I get the PR soon, the PR is still a prospect



Hotstepper:

Lemme allow experts in this field to answer.

However I have question abi questions.

1. With a Masters degree and work permit nd having worked in Canada, why didnt u apply for PR as it would almost be automatic.

2. If you havent started, why didnt u start with wxprews entry as u have an upper hand.


[qquote author=MrsBMWM90 post=73363380]GOOD DAY All, our experienced people and professionals, thank you for your wonderful contributions and assistance. God bless you all. My issue is a little peculiar. I have a few questions. I intend to apply for a visitor visa for me and my 13mth old in order to give birth in canada. I am currently four months pregnant.
1) I am presently working but my salary and bank balance is minimal so my hubby would be sponsoring this trip. Please apart from the sponsorship letter he would write for us does he have to get a letter of introduction from his office stating that he works with them presently or does his employment letter suffice?
2) he has just 5million in his account would this be Ok? My aunty would be writing an invitation letter to state that she would be responsible for feeding and accommodation.
3) for me, unfortunately I work with the civil service and for now I can't get a letter of introduction can I use just my employment letter. Also I didn't change my surname yet in the civil service so it carries my unmarried name. Would this affect me after I submit my marraige certificate? Which was after I got employment with the state govt.
4) i was in canada for my masters from 2012-2013 and I was also given a postgraduate work permit which I used for about 2yrs plus before I came to Nigeria for reasons beyond my control at d time.I had a clean record. Does this help my cause?
Thank you I would appreciate your reply, I have already delayed so long but I decide to give it a try.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by MrsBMWM90: 8:05am On Nov 28
sis this is very informative. God bless you.

I am about to apply for my canadian visa too. when you say birth tourism, do you mean medical visa/ or declared in your visa that you were going to give birth?

Please around what period did you apply for your visa?

Please I just posted some questions kindly advise too..

Thanks.


clans:
I had my first in the US and had a valid visa. So when I took in a second time I was ready to travel but on the second thought I wanted to spend a while in the country and decided to renew before traveling lo and behold I was denied.
Fast forward to applying for a Canadian visa within a space of 2 months before it won't be safe to fly. We filled the form went to drop it off and ended up spending the whole day because of a lot of mistakes. To be clear we declared birth tourism, admitted to being rejected a visa for US and attached so many documents. Prayed and kept our fingers crossed while making arrangements that worst case baby would be born in Nigeria (after all I was born here).
To our greatest surprise 20 days later got the email for pick up and visa was approved.
The Search began.
At this point we didn't have any information and the thread was not as informative as I wanted (yes I like eating my cake easily ). However we had family in Saskatchewan but when I heard the flight time,weather, no doctor was responding to my emails or calls, rejecting international patients and the family had so much going on in their life, I decided to look elsewhere.
I visited a maternity service provider here and she sounded nice also showed me her package for Ontario which looked reasonable to me.the big huddle was getting my hubby to agree to which he had his skepticism. He did a lot of research called and emailed a lot of doctors in the Ontario area mind u unlike the US system where anyone can have access to gynecologists the case is different for the Canada system. You would need to get a referral from a family doctor after the first 3 months before a gynecologist would accept you. So we had that challenge however we were able to get 3 doctors to give a partial acceptance, send their bill via email but only one was willing to give an appointment date.
Looking for accommodation became the next problem most homeowners didn't want a pregnant foreign woman without ties in their home and Airbnb we couldn't get any child friendly at a reasonable price.
Fast forward to the night before our flight, I was able to get my husband partial consent to engage the service provider here. I paid her that night and got her agent's name and number.
THE JOURNEY BEGAN.
Left Nigeria had a 12 hour layover and got into Canada. Filled the landing card,used the automated machine and proceeded to the immigration officer. The conversation was as follows
Me:Good evening.
Officer:Good evening. Welcome to Canada. Can I have your passport.
She went through and was like what are you in Canada for.
Me: to give birth.
She paused looked at me and typed something in her computer.
Officer: looking at my landing card. She was like u have an excess of 10k canadia dollars in cash.
Me:no some cash,most in cards.
Officer: then you don't have an excess of 10k.
Me: Sorry.
Officer: Do you know that its very expensive giving birth here and do you have a doctor.
Me: yes and I came financially prepared based on my research. I also have 3 doctors shortlisted and willing to accept me once am in the country . I would settle based on final cost reduction.
Officer: types and handed over passport. Congratulations in advance (with a smile).
Went to a hotel cooled off,slept,showered and ate.
Moved into the accommodation arranged by the service provider (story for another day).Used a doctor in Toronto arranged by the service provider
COST BREAKDOWN.
Doctor :1320
Doctor visit: 30$ per visit(had a total of 5)
Hospital mother: 2620(per day)
Hospital baby:850(per day)
To be paid in full before delivery day.
Ended up having a CS so paid Doctor an extra 1250,anathestia 1000 ,spent 3 days in the hospital, pediatrician asked for 350(but ended up taking 100) Family doctor for referral (60).

BABY DOCUMENTS
Hmmmm Canada post was on strike so it was a mess. Took 15 plus days to get birth certificate and registration even with the expedited which cost 35$(excluding money spent to fax,call,email and Express mails).
Passport was expedited also with proof of travel and cost 110$. Called the airline added baby to ticket and applied for Visa on arrival (NB: cash,Nigerian cards not accepted only accept foreign cards)
thanks to hotstepper for the food and all the advise.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by MrsBMWM90: 8:12pm On Nov 28
I just checked and Richmondhill hospital is 20mins away from where I intend to stay.... dancing azonto..abi skelewu..science student..sad or whateva is this their latest dance... hotstepper it means I must see u oo and take pictures... I am still in visa processing stage oo...smh** Please give me answers oo my dear sisters n brothers sad... am already 4mths!!

i have anoda question please:- I plan on going with my daughter and while applying through the online application I was asked do you want to submit an application for a family member? no questions asked about if its my child / husband. how do i state that. i attached the questions I was asked. is that how i cover my childs application? application fee totalled: $200.

Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 8:17pm On Nov 28
I guess its McKenzie Health in Richmond Hill..You need to see a big hospital they r buliding now to move from this current one. Na same hospital I had my kids lol

We shall see nd take plenty picture nd dance together smiley

I am really not familiar with visa processsmiley



MrsBMWM90:
I just checked and Richmondhill hospital is 20mins away from where I intend to stay.... dancing azonto..abi skelewu..science student..sad or whateva is this their latest dance... hotstepper it means I must see u oo and take pictures... I am still in visa processing stage oo...smh** Please give me answers oo my dear sisters n brothers sad... am already 4mths!!

i have anoda question please:- I plan on going with my daughter and while applying through the online application I was asked do you want to submit an application for a family member? no questions asked about if its my child / husband. how do i state that. i attached the questions I was asked. is that how i cover my childs application? application fee totalled: $200.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by MrsBMWM90: 8:28pm On Nov 28
hehehe...soon n very soon..yes.... Mckenzie health...oya house pls for those that applied for visa.....ejo ooo....biko ooo...don allah ooo... toh... so silent..i know we are very busy too sad




Hotstepper:

I guess its McKenzie Health in Richmond Hill..You need to see a big hospital they r buliding now to move from this current one. Na same hospital I had my kids lol

We shall see nd take plenty picture nd dance together smiley

I am really not familiar with visa processsmiley



Re: Giving Birth In Canada by imolekuku(f): 5:23pm On Nov 29
wink[quote author=bugzyE post=73360986]Hello Hot Mamas... please is there snyone in the house heading to ontario for child birth in January 2019?.. Please holla and i would really appreciaye getting Dr Ted’s contact from those that have used hom please. Thanks![/quote
I am also due ending January or Early February.Awaiting visa.Accommodation might pose a problems as I am yet to find one that's suitable for my need
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by clans(f): 8:47pm On Nov 29
MrsBMWM90:
sis this is very informative. God bless you.

I am about to apply for my canadian visa too. when you say birth tourism, do you mean medical visa/ or declared in your visa that you were going to give birth?

Please around what period did you apply for your visa?

Please I just posted some questions kindly advise too..

Thanks.


Sorry for the late reply
On the application space for reason for Visa. I selected others and typed in birth tourism.I applied in late july

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Oleayo22(f): 1:53pm On Dec 01
Hello experienced mums and dads,
I just got my visa approved today along with my family.We applied online in September and stated visiting. Please where is the most affordable place and doctor though we have friends in BC but they seem to be busy. I intend reading from page 1 but as it is am 34weeks gone already and I intend to travel 2nd week.
Please @hotstepper pls ma I need your help as I don't mind anywhere even if it's Ontario. I have sent you a message before and you responded once. Please I need info as per doctors contact, ob/gynae, and accommodation.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by MrsBMWM90: 2:18pm On Dec 01
Hi Oleayo22,
I sent you an Email, reply. I have read from page 1- end, I can provide the details you need that I got from here but am sure @hotstepper would be the best for accomodation.

Oleayo22:
Hello experienced mums and dads,
I just got my visa approved today along with my family.We applied online in September and stated visiting. Please where is the most affordable place and doctor though we have friends in BC but they seem to be busy. I intend reading from page 1 but as it is am 34weeks gone already and I intend to travel 2nd week.
Please @hotstepper pls ma I need your help as I don't mind anywhere even if it's Ontario. I have sent you a message before and you responded once. Please I need info as per doctors contact, ob/gynae, and accommodation.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by MrsBMWM90: 2:20pm On Dec 01
Thank you.

clans:

Sorry for the late reply
On the application space for reason for Visa. I selected others and typed in birth tourism.I applied in late july
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 3:05pm On Dec 01
u r due in ending of jan nd u r coming in jan? hmmmm


imolekuku:
wink
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 3:08pm On Dec 01
dont know if i got ur message but send it again..

r u coming with ur entire family? nd u said u r 34 weeks ..wow




Oleayo22:
Hello experienced mums and dads,
I just got my visa approved today along with my family.We applied online in September and stated visiting. Please where is the most affordable place and doctor though we have friends in BC but they seem to be busy. I intend reading from page 1 but as it is am 34weeks gone already and I intend to travel 2nd week.
Please @hotstepper pls ma I need your help as I don't mind anywhere even if it's Ontario. I have sent you a message before and you responded once. Please I need info as per doctors contact, ob/gynae, and accommodation.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by agates: 3:21am On Dec 02
clans:
I had my first in the US and had a valid visa. So when I took in a second time I was ready to travel but on the second thought I wanted to spend a while in the country and decided to renew before traveling lo and behold I was denied.
Fast forward to applying for a Canadian visa within a space of 2 months before it won't be safe to fly. We filled the form went to drop it off and ended up spending the whole day because of a lot of mistakes. To be clear we declared birth tourism, admitted to being rejected a visa for US and attached so many documents. Prayed and kept our fingers crossed while making arrangements that worst case baby would be born in Nigeria (after all I was born here).
To our greatest surprise 20 days later got the email for pick up and visa was approved.
The Search began.
At this point we didn't have any information and the thread was not as informative as I wanted (yes I like eating my cake easily ). However we had family in Saskatchewan but when I heard the flight time,weather, no doctor was responding to my emails or calls, rejecting international patients and the family had so much going on in their life, I decided to look elsewhere.
I visited a maternity service provider here and she sounded nice also showed me her package for Ontario which looked reasonable to me.the big huddle was getting my hubby to agree to which he had his skepticism. He did a lot of research called and emailed a lot of doctors in the Ontario area mind u unlike the US system where anyone can have access to gynecologists the case is different for the Canada system. You would need to get a referral from a family doctor after the first 3 months before a gynecologist would accept you. So we had that challenge however we were able to get 3 doctors to give a partial acceptance, send their bill via email but only one was willing to give an appointment date.
Looking for accommodation became the next problem most homeowners didn't want a pregnant foreign woman without ties in their home and Airbnb we couldn't get any child friendly at a reasonable price.
Fast forward to the night before our flight, I was able to get my husband partial consent to engage the service provider here. I paid her that night and got her agent's name and number.
THE JOURNEY BEGAN.
Left Nigeria had a 12 hour layover and got into Canada. Filled the landing card,used the automated machine and proceeded to the immigration officer. The conversation was as follows
Me:Good evening.
Officer:Good evening. Welcome to Canada. Can I have your passport.
She went through and was like what are you in Canada for.
Me: to give birth.
She paused looked at me and typed something in her computer.
Officer: looking at my landing card. She was like u have an excess of 10k canadia dollars in cash.
Me:no some cash,most in cards.
Officer: then you don't have an excess of 10k.
Me: Sorry.
Officer: Do you know that its very expensive giving birth here and do you have a doctor.
Me: yes and I came financially prepared based on my research. I also have 3 doctors shortlisted and willing to accept me once am in the country . I would settle based on final cost reduction.
Officer: types and handed over passport. Congratulations in advance (with a smile).
Went to a hotel cooled off,slept,showered and ate.
Moved into the accommodation arranged by the service provider (story for another day).Used a doctor in Toronto arranged by the service provider
COST BREAKDOWN.
Doctor :1320
Doctor visit: 30$ per visit(had a total of 5)
Hospital mother: 2620(per day)
Hospital baby:850(per day)
To be paid in full before delivery day.
Ended up having a CS so paid Doctor an extra 1250,anathestia 1000 ,spent 3 days in the hospital, pediatrician asked for 350(but ended up taking 100) Family doctor for referral (60).

BABY DOCUMENTS
Hmmmm Canada post was on strike so it was a mess. Took 15 plus days to get birth certificate and registration even with the expedited which cost 35$(excluding money spent to fax,call,email and Express mails).
Passport was expedited also with proof of travel and cost 110$. Called the airline added baby to ticket and applied for Visa on arrival (NB: cash,Nigerian cards not accepted only accept foreign cards)
thanks to hotstepper for the food and all the advise.

Hi did you apply for a travel certificate for your baby to come into Nigeria or was the visa on arrival issued in naija on the Canadian passport
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by agates: 3:37am On Dec 02
Hi everyone can one get visa on arrival in Nigeria for a baby born in Canada. Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 3:41am On Dec 02
just apply onlinr..its easy...this is the 3 time i am answering this question onlinr. Make.sure the baby has a canadian passport cuz u will.need.to provide the no....ur approved letter will be sent to u nd u show at the airport in both countries


quote author=agates post=73477162]Hi everyone can one get visa on arrival in Nigeria for a baby born in Canada. Thanks[/quote]
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Sparkle1515: 11:01am On Dec 02
Wow..the ministry is moving
Thanks to all contributors
Thanks to you @hotstepper

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by ozycy: 2:46pm On Dec 02
agates:
Hi everyone can one get visa on arrival in Nigeria for a baby born in Canada. Thanks
Yes you can
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Sparkle1515: 7:52pm On Dec 02
Kindly post your transcript
Thanks
Oleayo22:
Hello experienced mums and dads,
I just got my visa approved today along with my family.We applied online in September and stated visiting. Please where is the most affordable place and doctor though we have friends in BC but they seem to be busy. I intend reading from page 1 but as it is am 34weeks gone already and I intend to travel 2nd week.
Please @hotstepper pls ma I need your help as I don't mind anywhere even if it's Ontario. I have sent you a message before and you responded once. Please I need info as per doctors contact, ob/gynae, and accommodation.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by agates: 11:49pm On Dec 02
Hotstepper:
just apply onlinr..its easy...this is the 3 time i am answering this question onlinr. Make.sure the baby has a canadian passport cuz u will.need.to provide the no....ur approved letter will be sent to u nd u show at the airport in both countries


quote author=agates post=73477162]Hi everyone can one get visa on arrival in Nigeria for a baby born in Canada. Thanks

Oh thanks a lot. Didn't know that and just stumbled on this thread. Was considering an emergency travel certificate before. Will do the visa on arrival then. Thanks once again
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by agates: 11:49pm On Dec 02
ozycy:

Yes you can

Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by ennygal: 11:00am On Dec 04
.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Imarama: 2:43am On Dec 05
Sparkle1515:
Kindly post your transcript
Thanks

Dear Nairalanders,

Hotstepper our dear hotstepper, I arrived Ottawa over the weekend, my timeline for visa application was shared on the visit visa thread. Please I need information on
Most affordable hospital and gyneacologist. It will be nice to use a referred personnel by anyone who has had a good birth experience in Ottawa. I'm in Nepean
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 3:30am On Dec 05
Good Luck ooo with the search. I have no idea about any gynea there . I think someone posted some time ago how expensive it is to birth there so u have to have that in mind.

You might want to visit a clinic so u can be refereelrd to a gynea hopefully .

Good Luck and welcome to Canada's capital citysmiley




[aquote author=Imarama post=73559970]

Dear Nairalanders,

Hotstepper our dear hotstepper, I arrived Ottawa over the weekend, my timeline for visa application was shared on the visit visa thread. Please I need information on
Most affordable hospital and gyneacologist. It will be nice to use a referred personnel by anyone who has had a good birth experience in Ottawa. I'm in Nepean[/quote]
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by yomisley: 11:06am On Dec 05
Can me and my mother apply to Canada embassy, purpose is my mom to assist my wife and me to experience my wife first child birthing...?
What's our chance...? do we apply together, or we apply seperately ...?

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by damsell: 12:07pm On Dec 05
Thanks to all the contributors on this thread, the info here is invaluable. I've been silently reading up on all the pages here and just took the decision to apply about a week after I got a 221g interview invitation from the US Embassy and couldn't find any available dates before I'm due to travel cos I'm currently 24weeks gone and due in March next year. Thankfully that has been resolved, just got a favourable date now. Anyways here's how the Canada TRV application went for us:

Submitted online application with hubby as PA: November 13th 2019
Biometrics Enrolment: November 15th 2019
Original passport request: December 4th 2019

Vacation and birth tourism were stated reasons for applying. Got lots of info from here and dove into the application right away, just so grateful to God that we had our application processed quite quickly.

Onto active Dr, Hospital and accommodation search now. Headed to Oshawa, Toronto, that's where I stated as my destination in my application.

All the best with all your plans dear mommas and daddies too.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 12:22pm On Dec 05
congtatulations


damsell:
Thanks to all the contributors on this thread, the info here is invaluable. I've been silently reading up on all the pages here and just took the decision to apply about a week after I got a 221g interview invitation from the US Embassy and couldn't find any available dates before I'm due to travel cos I'm currently 24weeks gone and due in March next year. Thankfully that has been resolved, just got a favourable date now. Anyways here's how the Canada TRV application went for us:

Submitted online application with hubby as PA: November 13th 2019
Biometrics Enrolment: November 15th 2019
Original passport request: December 4th 2019

Vacation and birth tourism were stated reasons for applying. Got lots of info from here and dove into the application right away, just so grateful to God that we had our application processed quite quickly.

Onto active Dr, Hospital and accommodation search now. Headed to Oshawa, Toronto, that's where I stated as my destination in my application.

All the best with all your plans dear mommas and daddies too.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Sparkle1515: 1:36pm On Dec 05
So you can just copy and paste it here ..yet you need help here..na real wa
Imarama:


Dear Nairalanders,

Hotstepper our dear hotstepper, I arrived Ottawa over the weekend, my timeline for visa application was shared on the visit visa thread. Please I need information on
Most affordable hospital and gyneacologist. It will be nice to use a referred personnel by anyone who has had a good birth experience in Ottawa. I'm in Nepean
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Sparkle1515: 1:40pm On Dec 05
At least post how you went about it and documents submitted..that’s why this thread isn’t growing cos y’all don’t wanna help
Imarama:


Dear Nairalanders,

Hotstepper our dear hotstepper, I arrived Ottawa over the weekend, my timeline for visa application was shared on the visit visa thread. Please I need information on
Most affordable hospital and gyneacologist. It will be nice to use a referred personnel by anyone who has had a good birth experience in Ottawa. I'm in Nepean

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Imarama: 11:26pm On Dec 06
Sparkle1515:
So you can just copy and paste it here ..yet you need help here..na real wa

Hello Sparkle,

Its okay to ask that I repost to grow the thread, you don't have to do so in a rude manner and tone.

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