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Postby Obrien » Thu Nov 24, 2016 11:30 am

Hi Mr. Morson

My husband is a U.S citizen and he lives in USA and I live in my birth country. Now I want to divorce him while I am in the middle of processes to immigrate to Quebec. I already have my CSQ. Should I wait until I get my PR to divorce him? If I said I'm separated, i have to send the legal paper or if I said we still married I have to submit his paper , picture and everything even he is not going with me. In this case, I would like to have some advice please?
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Postby Beorhthramm » Fri Nov 25, 2016 3:06 pm

Hi Mr. Morson

My husband is a U.S citizen and he lives in USA and I live in my birth country. Now I want to divorce him while I am in the middle of processes to immigrate to Quebec. I already have my CSQ. Should I wait until I get my PR to divorce him? If I said I'm separated, i have to send the legal paper or if I said we still married I have to submit his paper , picture and everything even he is not going with me. In this case, I would like to have some advice please?
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Postby Caolaidhe » Sun Nov 27, 2016 4:34 am

Dear Patricia,

You should advise Immigration Canada of your situation. Normally he would not be examined and you could proceed without him, on the basis of a legal separation(you may need some kind of proof -- a legal separation agreement or something).

You should also be careful to check with Immigration Quebec first. If the CSQ was issued to you partly on the basis of your spouse's qualifications, you may be asked to refile the CSQ application as a single person. Some applicants are only successful in obtaining a CSQ because the spouse's qualifications make a difference in the final point count.

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