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    Hi,

    This is Sanjay gupta. Sir/madam here is my problem. I came here as a student, in
    summer vacation, I went to meet my friend to whom i knew before i came here. we
    got married after we met and I got my conditional PR. since our house is at
    country side there are no job opportunitines so we were having hard time staying
    there and then my wife and i discussed about moving to a bigger city, to find a
    better paying job. then I moved in a bigger city. Since my wife has a back pain
    problem, she can't work hard so I'm working in a big city and running the
    house. Couples of times, I asked my wife to move with me where I'm staying right
    now, but she rejects because she doesn't want to be away from her parents,
    brothers and sisters + her kids (from her X-husband). Right now we're not
    staying together because of the job differences, but I visit home in holidays
    and we meet each other.

    I applied to remove the conditions on my PR but it is already been 6 months
    since I received NOA. I didn't receive any finger print notice or any interview
    noticed after that. sir/madam, please tell me if I am going to have a problem with the
    immigration because my wife and I are not staying together due to the job
    differences. I told my wife that I want to come home and look for a job around
    there but she doesn't want me to be there. She says, she doesn't like me to be
    there with her. So I'm in this harsh situation right now. One hand, I don't like
    to stay away from my wife and the other hand, there are no jobs where she is
    staying right now. Also my wife says, she doesn't want to move here with me.
    Actually I love her and don't want to divorce her although she doesn't respect
    my feelings and doesn't response my phone calls some times. sir/madam, what happens if
    we get divorce right now? can i still get my PR? Your advice would be
    appreciated!

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    Hi,

    This is Sanjay gupta. Sir/madam here is my problem. I came here as a student, in
    summer vacation, I went to meet my friend to whom i knew before i came here. we
    got married after we met and I got my conditional PR. since our house is at
    country side there are no job opportunitines so we were having hard time staying
    there and then my wife and i discussed about moving to a bigger city, to find a
    better paying job. then I moved in a bigger city. Since my wife has a back pain
    problem, she can't work hard so I'm working in a big city and running the
    house. Couples of times, I asked my wife to move with me where I'm staying right
    now, but she rejects because she doesn't want to be away from her parents,
    brothers and sisters + her kids (from her X-husband). Right now we're not
    staying together because of the job differences, but I visit home in holidays
    and we meet each other.

    I applied to remove the conditions on my PR but it is already been 6 months
    since I received NOA. I didn't receive any finger print notice or any interview
    noticed after that. sir/madam, please tell me if I am going to have a problem with the
    immigration because my wife and I are not staying together due to the job
    differences. I told my wife that I want to come home and look for a job around
    there but she doesn't want me to be there. She says, she doesn't like me to be
    there with her. So I'm in this harsh situation right now. One hand, I don't like
    to stay away from my wife and the other hand, there are no jobs where she is
    staying right now. Also my wife says, she doesn't want to move here with me.
    Actually I love her and don't want to divorce her although she doesn't respect
    my feelings and doesn't response my phone calls some times. sir/madam, what happens if
    we get divorce right now? can i still get my PR? Your advice would be
    appreciated!

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