Menu

American mother of 5, lost temporary resident status and fears being deported

Posted on August, 2012 by tonysantiago

Heidi Rogerro, an American citizen and mother to 5 underage children with a Canadian citizen has lost her temporary resident status and now fears she will be deported from Canada for having lost her legal right to remain in Canada. In a heartbreaking story that clearly illustrates how real people are falling through the cracks in the immigration...

The Heidi Roggero Story

Posted on July, 2012 by robertrobertson

Once again I write on another topic in the news. This story however has the pungent odour of bureaucracy. Heidi, a United States citizen, is the estranged wife of Canadian Citizen. She has joint custody of her five (dual citizenship, Canadian, American) children. They currently reside in British Columbia. The sadness of this particular story is...

Heidi Roggero : Another failure of Canadian Immigration

Posted on July, 2012 by renugoel

The recent Heidi Roggero case has highlighted yet another failure of Canadian Immigration. She is a US national who was married to a Canadian and has five children from the marriage. She is a citizen of US and came to Canada in 2000. Her relationship lasted 9 years with the Canadian spouse and he never cared to file the sponsorship for his wife....

Sponsorship restriction to address marriage fraud

Posted on July, 2012 by monicakaura

Source: dipity.com I hear many stories from individuals who have been offered a minimum of $10,000 to go overseas and marry an individual, could be a distance cousin, friend of a family or even a stranger, for the purpose to gain access and permanent residency upon entrance into Canada.  Upon entry into Canada in many cases the “now” husband...

Marriage fraud for Canadian immigration

Posted on July, 2012 by prabodhpathak

Canadian citizens or permanent residents marrying a foreigner are required to sponsor their spouse to bring them to Canada. The processing of Spousal sponsorship is one of the top priorities of the Canadian visa offices so it is fastest way for a foreigner to migrate to Canada as permanent resident. Whereas most of the beneficiaries of this...

Excluded Family Members In Immigration Applications

Posted on July, 2012 by maryjonecausingbuchholtz

There are cases that a foreign national do not declare some family members when they apply to immigrate to Canada. Some applicants do not have sufficient knowledge of Canadian Immigration rules and thought that having children or being married can be reasons for an application refusal. Some received incorrect advice from other people they know and...