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  1. #1

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    Help!

    Anyone know about this situation. Im a Chinese born Canadian. My parents were from Macau but worked in HK for a number of years. Anyway i can get a HK ID card from my guardian? Im also married to a HK Citizen but my wife is going to stay in Canada so i guess a dependant visa will not be approved.


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    anyone?
    im also married to a HK Citizen but she will stay in Canada


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    Hi Gilly....

    You can sponsor the visa for your wife if she wants to stay in canada.....You need to give all the details and documents required by the Consulate General of Canada...

    Goto this link it might help you.....

    http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/sponsor/index.html

    Cheers !!!!!


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    He has to be living in Canada in order to sponsor her. But I though what Gilly23's looking for is a way for him to be sponsored here as a dependent. Right? The original post is anything but clear - specially that question (or is it??) about ID from guardian.


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    Originally posted by HKFella
    He has to be living in Canada in order to sponsor her. But I though what Gilly23's looking for is a way for him to be sponsored here as a dependent. Right? The original post is anything but clear - specially that question (or is it??) about ID from guardian.

    yes im looking to see if i can get a hk id from my guardian. My dad will have to get his ID back since he hasnt been to HK in 10 years. When he gets his PR in HK then he can get me a HK ID card?