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My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 12:40pm On Jan 13
My aunt left in the year 2000, and while leaving she left her two sons,she got her citizenship in year 2019,she seemed asylum so I guess that's why it took so long,fast forward to this year,the sons won't let me rest, please I would like to know to know what the mum can do to take her children out,so I can have peace with her sons,your advice is deeply appreciated
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by tyup(m): 12:43pm On Jan 13
Steveraw:
My aunt left in the year 2000, and while leaving she left her two sons,she got her citizenship in year 2019,she seemed asylum so I guess that's why it took so long,fast forward to this year,the sons won't let me rest, please I would like to know to know what the mum can do to take her children out,so I can have peace with her sons,your advice is deeply appreciated

Well you should confirm first if she ain't married to another man yet
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by southniyikaye(m): 12:46pm On Jan 13
The aunty gangan, what efforts is she making to move her children?
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Kriss216: 12:48pm On Jan 13
Are you even sure your beloved Aunty would love to see them in Canada?


Be careful, make you no go use schnapps pour out champagne.

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 1:05pm On Jan 13
southniyikaye:
The aunty gangan, what efforts is she making to move her children?
She tried when they were kids,but unfortunately their medical forms where filled out wrongly
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 1:07pm On Jan 13
Kriss216:
Are you even sure your beloved Aunty would love to see them in Canada?


Be careful, make you no go use schnapps pour out champagne.
Yeah,she has told me repeatedly
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Kriss216: 1:12pm On Jan 13
Steveraw:

Yeah,she has told me repeatedly
She told you? Without any actions?

This shows she don’t want them to join her. She didn’t informed her husband over there about the kids.
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 1:20pm On Jan 13
Kriss216:

She told you? Without any actions?

This shows she don’t want them to join her. She didn’t informed her husband over there about the kids.


My main question now,is what path should she take or rather what her options as I plan to call her before the week ends
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Kriss216: 1:21pm On Jan 13
Steveraw:

My main question now,is what path should she take or rather what her options as I plan to call her before the week ends
Don’t worry yourself over nothing, if she truly wants her kids over there, she knows what to do.

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by ednut1(m): 1:31pm On Jan 13
Steveraw:
My aunt left in the year 2000, and while leaving she left her two sons,she got her citizenship in year 2019,she seemed asylum so I guess that's why it took so long,fast forward to this year,the sons won't let me rest, please I would like to know to know what the mum can do to take her children out,so I can have peace with her sons,your advice is deeply appreciated
they should apply for express entry

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by FlyHeight: 1:38pm On Jan 13
Steveraw:

My main question now,is what path should she take or rather what her options as I plan to call her before the week ends

Boss Man, if your aunt really wanted her kids there with her, she knows what to do, and the process to follow.

The process of filing for asylum which you say she filed for years ago is more tedious and difficult than filing to bring a dependent or immediate family members to Canada, US hell, even the UK... And I find it difficult to believe that if she really wanted them there, she doesn’t know the offices to call or how to go about it for someone who’s been there since the early 2000s. I’ve lived in 4 countries between 2007 till date & I know the process of filing for residency in each to the point where it’s the first thing I do everywhere I go; much less someone who’s been in the same country since the early 2000s.

If she still feigns like she doesn’t know, it’s pretty simple, she should get an immigration lawyer and I promise you those kids will be there before Summer... However she better hurry cuz I believe there’s an AGE bar!

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by FlyHeight: 1:38pm On Jan 13
Kriss216:

Don’t worry yourself over nothing, if she truly wants her kids over there, she knows what to do.

Facts
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 2:11pm On Jan 13
FlyHeight:


Boss Man, if your aunt really wanted her kids there with her, she knows what to do, and the process to follow.

The process of filing for asylum which you say she filed for years ago is more tedious and difficult than filing to bring a dependent or immediate family members to Canada, US hell, even the UK... And I find it difficult to believe that if she really wanted them there, she doesn’t know the offices to call or how to go about it for someone who’s been there since the early 2000s. I’ve lived in 4 countries between 2007 till date & I know the process of filing for residency in each to the point where it’s the first thing I do everywhere I go; much less someone who’s been in the same country since the early 2000s.

If she still feigns like she doesn’t know, it’s pretty simple, she should get an immigration lawyer and I promise you those kids will be there before Summer... However she better hurry cuz I believe there’s an AGE bar!

I failed to mention though,they are now adults,23 and 24 respectively

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 2:19pm On Jan 13
ednut1:
they should apply for express entry
Please how does that work
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by ednut1(m): 2:22pm On Jan 13
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by gbowoade85142: 3:08pm On Jan 13
:Yeah,she has told me repeatedlyShe told you? Without any actions? This shows she don’t want them to join her. She didn’t informed her husband over there about the kids.

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by optimusprime2(m): 4:56pm On Jan 13
Steveraw:
My aunt left in the year 2000, and while leaving she left her two sons,she got her citizenship in year 2019,she seemed asylum so I guess that's why it took so long,fast forward to this year,the sons won't let me rest, please I would like to know to know what the mum can do to take her children out,so I can have peace with her sons,your advice is deeply appreciated

If it took her 19/20 years to aquire citizenship from Canada since the 2000's... then it speaks alot already.

She may not have the right social standing to file in for her sons who are already grownups.

As much as there is the general hype for Canada these days, Canada is not an "anyhow" country, in otherwords "if you pay peanuts, you'll get monkeys".

What if she declared earlier that she had no children during some earlier refugee paper work in the phase when she was desperate for asylum, do you fink all of a sudden if she brandished grown up men from the blues calling them her sons, it would sink in well.... the system has a way of tracing these things. (Many people have been hit by this reality and families were broken unfortunately).

The best she can do is support the boys financially to perhaps pursue college education in Canada from Nigeria.

But let's call a spade a spade, she must have lied during the asylum process and it has probably caught up, that's why she's literally helpless in bringing her sons over. Otherwise she could have done it since.

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by babakb: 8:21pm On Jan 13
Steveraw:


I failed to mention though,they are now adults,23 and 24 respectively

Now you are talking, there is no way she can sponsor them because they are no longer dependants.

The only viable option for her is to look for a job for them in canada so that their employer will sponsor their work permit, after working for one full year then they can process permanent residence...

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by ednut1(m): 8:26pm On Jan 13
optimusprime2:


If it took her 19/20 years to aquire citizenship from Canada since the 2000's... then it speaks alot already.

She may not have the right social standing to file in for her sons who are already grownups.

As much as there is the general hype for Canada these days, Canada is not an "anyhow" country, in otherwords "if you pay peanuts, you'll get monkeys".

What if she declared earlier that she had no children during some earlier refugee paper work in the phase when she was desperate for asylum, do you fink all of a sudden if she brandished grown up men from the blues calling them her sons, it would sink in well.... the system has a way of tracing these things. (Many people have been hit by this reality and families were broken unfortunately).

The best she can do is support the boys financially to perhaps pursue college education in Canada from Nigeria.

But let's call a spade a spade, she must have lied during the asylum process and it has probably caught up, that's why she's literally helpless in bringing her sons over. Otherwise she could have done it since.
true must have lied. Normal thing in assylum claims by Nigerians
Steveraw:

She tried when they were kids,but unfortunately their medical forms where filled out wrongly
this one na lies abeg

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by RuudVanNisteroy: 8:30pm On Jan 13
Steveraw:


I failed to mention though,they are now adults,23 and 24 respectively
She can only bring them if they are below 18 from what I can remember through the family reunification visa. Otherwise they have to apply through express entry.
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by RuudVanNisteroy: 8:30pm On Jan 13
ednut1:
true must have lied. Normal thing in assylum claims by Nigerians this one na lies abeg
lol
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 9:42pm On Jan 13
optimusprime2:


If it took her 19/20 years to aquire citizenship from Canada since the 2000's... then it speaks alot already.

She may not have the right social standing to file in for her sons who are already grownups.

As much as there is the general hype for Canada these days, Canada is not an "anyhow" country, in otherwords "if you pay peanuts, you'll get monkeys".

What if she declared earlier that she had no children during some earlier refugee paper work in the phase when she was desperate for asylum, do you fink all of a sudden if she brandished grown up men from the blues calling them her sons, it would sink in well.... the system has a way of tracing these things. (Many people have been hit by this reality and families were broken unfortunately).

The best she can do is support the boys financially to perhaps pursue college education in Canada from Nigeria.

But let's call a spade a spade, she must have lied during the asylum process and it has probably caught up, that's why she's literally helpless in bringing her sons over. Otherwise she could have done it since.
It could be,thanks for your advice
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 11:25pm On Jan 13
babakb:


Now you are talking, there is no way she can sponsor them because they are no longer dependants.

The only viable option for her is to look for a job for them in canada so that their employer will sponsor their work permit, after working for one full year then they can process permanent residence...
Thanks,what kind of jobs,or any job would suffice
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by FlyHeight: 1:12pm On Jan 14
optimusprime2:


If it took her 19/20 years to aquire citizenship from Canada since the 2000's... then it speaks alot already.

She may not have the right social standing to file in for her sons who are already grownups.

As much as there is the general hype for Canada these days, Canada is not an "anyhow" country, in otherwords "if you pay peanuts, you'll get monkeys".

What if she declared earlier that she had no children during some earlier refugee paper work in the phase when she was desperate for asylum, do you fink all of a sudden if she brandished grown up men from the blues calling them her sons, it would sink in well.... the system has a way of tracing these things. (Many people have been hit by this reality and families were broken unfortunately).

The best she can do is support the boys financially to perhaps pursue college education in Canada from Nigeria.

But let's call a spade a spade, she must have lied during the asylum process and it has probably caught up, that's why she's literally helpless in bringing her sons over. Otherwise she could have done it since.


I also thought about this as well; very possible she may have lied in her application about having kids hence why it’s complicated. As you advised it’s best to process school for them
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by babakb: 2:38pm On Jan 14
Steveraw:

Thanks,what kind of jobs,or any job would suffice

Any kind of job will do as long as the employers will be willing to sponsor their work permit....

Although School route is cool too but she must have all the money required....
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Steveraw: 6:56pm On Jan 14
babakb:


Any kind of job will do as long as the employers will be willing to sponsor their work permit....

Although School route is cool too but she must have all the money required....
Thanks,when the employer sponsors,would they be a need to go through federal skilled express programs
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by oluolu23(m): 7:13pm On Jan 14
Steveraw:

Thanks,when the employer sponsors,would they be a need to go through federal skilled express programs
no they don't have to , I believe after the application, they should patiently wait for the IRCC response. I stand to be corrected by the Gurus in Canada.
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by ednut1(m): 8:30pm On Jan 14
Steveraw:

Thanks,when the employer sponsors,would they be a need to go through federal skilled express programs
these things are hard for Nigerians. Unlike Indians and Chinese who have companies they can use. The realistic thing is express entry or their mama find them Canadian wife to marry

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by Cousin9999: 11:27pm On Jan 14
Let them study in Canada for something on a shortage list.
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by babakb: 11:34pm On Jan 14
ednut1:
these things are hard for Nigerians. Unlike Indians and Chinese who have companies they can use. The realistic thing is express entry or their mama find them Canadian wife to marry

Your head correct, Nigerians always think they are smart but we aren't, Chinese and Indians took advantage of the situation many years ago while our people were flexing, now they can easily offer their people jobs and process work permit for them...

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Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by babakb: 11:37pm On Jan 14
Steveraw:

Thanks,when the employer sponsors,would they be a need to go through federal skilled express programs

No, they will go through Canadian Experience Class, they won't need to exit Canada to process their PR after one year of working experience, no proof of funds required only IELTS, it's a gonna be a smooth ride for them only after they have worked legally for one year in Canada...
Re: My Canadian Aunty Is Finding It Hard To Migrate Her Sons by ednut1(m): 11:47pm On Jan 14
babakb:


Your head correct, Nigerians always think they are smart but we aren't, Chinese and Indians took advantage of the situation many years ago while our people were flexing, now they can easily offer their people jobs and process work permit for them...
even now, the Chinese are buying up all the real estate and businesses. We are too poor as Nigerians to compete

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