If I’m American and my fiance is Canadian and we go to Canada and get married in 3 months but then apply for my PRC, will I be in trouble or be denied if it takes longer then 6 months?

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If I’m American and my fiance is Canadian and we go to Canada and get married in 3 months but then apply for my PRC, will I be in trouble or be denied if it takes longer then 6 months?

Will I be sent back home? Will they hold it against me for being there longer then 6 months?

Asked on March 14, 2013 under Immigration Law, Virginia

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SB, Member, California / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

This forum involves US immigration, but what you are asking appears to be asking about Canadian immigration.  You should consult with a Canadian immigration attorney to understand the laws and issues involved in what you plan to do.  I can only answer questions related to incoming US immigration.


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