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Answers to pressing questions on Family Law Family Matters by John Syrtash Valentine Day's Alert: Buyer beware when sponsoring someone to Canada as your new bride or husband. of cases where both men and women who commit fraud by pretending to marry a Canadian citizen as a ticket to immigrate here without the right qualifications. Then shortly after getting landed immigrant status and arriving in Canada, they leave the marriage. They deceive their partners and Canada Immigration by using the marriage as a vehicle to short circuit the regular immigration application process. The result is heartbreaking for those Canadians who truly thought they'd met their match, sort John Syrtash Question: I am a Canadian Citizen. I sponsored my newly B. A. (Hon.), LL.B. wedded husband to come to Canada from India. Within two Associate months, he split, and I'm heartbroken. Do I have to wait one year to get divorced? Am I on the hook for him if he goes on welfare? Garfin Zeidenberg LLP Family Lawyer & Mediator for 39 years Answer: You have to wait one year of separation until a court of like Puccini's Madam Butterfly in reverse. Women are often can grant a divorce judgment. However, you can commence your such phony immigrants. Men often spend large sums on mail- divorce action at any time within the year. This is important since order brides and then find that the woman had not the slightest when the one year is over then by starting the action earlier, you will save about two months waiting time in the process. Secondly, when you sponsored your husband to come to Canada, you signed a contract with the Canadian government and the taxpayers of this country such that if he goes on welfare then you may be "on the hook" to repay what he took from the public purse for three years. So start praying that he doesn't go on public assistance. There are a growing number emotionally or even physically abused and then abandoned by Mr. Syrtash is Senior Family Law Associate to Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, celebrating 39 years as a Family Law lawyer this year. Suite 800, 5255 Yonge Street (at Norton) just north of Mel Lastman Square, Civic Centre Subway station, intention in continuing with the relationship. This phenomena is not restricted to spouses from brides/husbands who come from India or Russia where mail-order brides are common but also from people seeking fraudulent ways to immigrate from all over the world. By victims reporting such cases, the RCMP and Canadian Immigration have begun to successfully prosecute such individuals. So when sponsoring don't be a victim. Do your research and buyer beware. Toronto, ON MSG 1E6. John Syrtash can be reached at (416) 642-5410, Cell (416) 886-0359. Visit www.freemychild.com; www.spousalsupport.com; www.garfinzeidenberg.com. Neither Garfin Zeidenberg LLP nor John Syrtash is liable for any consequences arising from anyone's reliance on this material, which is presented as general information and not as a legal opinion. Sponsored by the Community for Jewish Culture of B'Nai Brith Canada. Answers to pressing questions on Family Law Family Matters by John Syrtash Valentine Day's Alert: Buyer beware when sponsoring someone to Canada as your new bride or husband. of cases where both men and women who commit fraud by pretending to marry a Canadian citizen as a ticket to immigrate here without the right qualifications. Then shortly after getting landed immigrant status and arriving in Canada, they leave the marriage. They deceive their partners and Canada Immigration by using the marriage as a vehicle to short circuit the regular immigration application process. The result is heartbreaking for those Canadians who truly thought they'd met their match, sort John Syrtash Question: I am a Canadian Citizen. I sponsored my newly B. A. (Hon.), LL.B. wedded husband to come to Canada from India. Within two Associate months, he split, and I'm heartbroken. Do I have to wait one year to get divorced? Am I on the hook for him if he goes on welfare? Garfin Zeidenberg LLP Family Lawyer & Mediator for 39 years Answer: You have to wait one year of separation until a court of like Puccini's Madam Butterfly in reverse. Women are often can grant a divorce judgment. However, you can commence your such phony immigrants. Men often spend large sums on mail- divorce action at any time within the year. This is important since order brides and then find that the woman had not the slightest when the one year is over then by starting the action earlier, you will save about two months waiting time in the process. Secondly, when you sponsored your husband to come to Canada, you signed a contract with the Canadian government and the taxpayers of this country such that if he goes on welfare then you may be "on the hook" to repay what he took from the public purse for three years. So start praying that he doesn't go on public assistance. There are a growing number emotionally or even physically abused and then abandoned by Mr. Syrtash is Senior Family Law Associate to Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, celebrating 39 years as a Family Law lawyer this year. Suite 800, 5255 Yonge Street (at Norton) just north of Mel Lastman Square, Civic Centre Subway station, intention in continuing with the relationship. This phenomena is not restricted to spouses from brides/husbands who come from India or Russia where mail-order brides are common but also from people seeking fraudulent ways to immigrate from all over the world. By victims reporting such cases, the RCMP and Canadian Immigration have begun to successfully prosecute such individuals. So when sponsoring don't be a victim. Do your research and buyer beware. Toronto, ON MSG 1E6. John Syrtash can be reached at (416) 642-5410, Cell (416) 886-0359. Visit www.freemychild.com; www.spousalsupport.com; www.garfinzeidenberg.com. Neither Garfin Zeidenberg LLP nor John Syrtash is liable for any consequences arising from anyone's reliance on this material, which is presented as general information and not as a legal opinion. Sponsored by the Community for Jewish Culture of B'Nai Brith Canada.