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Re: Canada Thread 4
« Reply #580 on: October 10, 2012, 07:05:47 AM »
^depende pa rin. There's a certain number of years na 'obligasyon' ni wife ang mister kahit divorce na sila. The wife can complain (i can enumerate a few pero phone lang gamit ko heheh) to the immigration which will result to the husband being deported back to Pinas.

I have a friend who divorced her husband sa Pinas. Hindi sya makauwi ng Pinas kasi sinampahan ni mister si misis ng adultery. Gusto ng friend ko umuwi pero takot sya

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Re: Canada Thread 4
« Reply #581 on: October 10, 2012, 07:10:04 AM »
sobrang complicated pa la yan , pero ako im hoping magka ayos pa rin yung guy at wife nya, imagine si wife lahat gumastos pati yung pamilya ng guy dito sa pinas sya ang gumagastos , tapos gagawin lang syang stepping stone nung friend ko para makarating lang jan. Mabait pa rin si wife kasi tinanggap pa rin nya husband nya kahit aware sya na may iba na at may anak pa.

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Re: Canada Thread 4
« Reply #582 on: October 10, 2012, 08:27:19 AM »
sissies i started the thread 5,lipat na tayo dun  ;D 

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« Reply #583 on: October 10, 2012, 08:48:02 AM »
^^ There's such a thing as karma, sis. Hehe!

Anyway, the point is, kung talagang gusto ng idivorce nung guy yung wife niya, antayin niya na maging citizen siya. Kasi kung Canadian citizen na siya by the time na-grant ang divorce, di na siya under ng Philippine laws and he can remarry in the Philippines after some paper works.

Pero yun nga, may mga butas yan. Mahigpit na rin ang Canadian government ngayon lalo na sa mga spouse na ini-sponsor. Imagine kung ang magi-sponsor ay dating inisponsoran lang din ng asawa. kumplikado yun.
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Re: Canada Thread 4
« Reply #584 on: October 10, 2012, 07:26:18 PM »
tutal usang divorce at canada na rin lang tayo mga sis, share ko lang itong nameet ko dito before. may naka penpal taga dito sa amin she works as a caregiver and employer nya super yaman, so pinakasalan nya sa pinas yung guy, then sponsor na nya here. pagdating ng guy here nagpakasal ulit sila (si girl ang gumastos ng lahat even sa pinas). pinatira sila ng empoyer sa guest house (hindi guest room ah....house talaga bonggacious) na katabi ng bahay nila, then binigyan pa ng trabaho yung guy sa isa sa mga companies nila.

after 2 weeks lang (as in) si guy magbabakasyon "daw" sa kamang-anak sa toronto. then di na bumalik si guy, ilang months lang nakipag divirce si guy (from toronto). it turns out, may gf si guy sa pinas at yun ang plano nila to use this girl na taga rito para makapunta silang dalawa dito. andito na rin yung girl pero......wala pang 10 yrs si guy nagkasakit ng malala...di na nagwo-work at si asawa nyang "new" ang kumakayod. karma nga naman!

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Re: Canada Thread 4
« Reply #585 on: October 10, 2012, 08:03:51 PM »
^ Hehe, karma at its finest sis!

Anyway, di ko lang sure kung implemented na o iiimplement pa lang, pero parang may required number of years na na dapat magsama ang mag-asawa (yung nag-sponsor at yung inisponsoran) or else pwede maforfeit yung visa ng inisponsoran. So hindi na pwede yung 2 weeks lang tapos lalayas at eventually ididivorce yung nag-sponsor.

Gusto nga kasi ng Canada na maiwasan ang mga ganyang pangyayari hehe. Dami na kasing cases na ganyan kaya inaaksyunan na ng government.
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Re: Canada Thread 4
« Reply #586 on: October 10, 2012, 08:57:15 PM »
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