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Thread: Laid off and new born baby, please give me your advice

  1. #1
    Guest
    Hi, everyone,

    I was laid off recently and now I am out of H-1B visa status. I have an one month old baby now. I can not carry my new born baby back to my home country. My baby is US citizen. He has right to get education and live here. Be a father, I want give the best to him. I have to do my best to live in North America.

    I applied for immigration to Canada and got
    approved in 1996 and completed landing in May 1997.
    After landing, I returned to USA and applied
    returning resident permit extended to December 1998.
    However, I did not return to Canada by the dead line.
    Now I want to go back to Canada. Should I re-apply for
    returning resident permit? What is the chance to get
    approved? Is there any immigration attorney who will
    take such kind case? Or the best way is re-apply immigration
    from very beginning?

    Please give me your advice or share your experience with me.

    Best Regard to everyone.

  2. #2
    Guest
    Hi, everyone,

    I was laid off recently and now I am out of H-1B visa status. I have an one month old baby now. I can not carry my new born baby back to my home country. My baby is US citizen. He has right to get education and live here. Be a father, I want give the best to him. I have to do my best to live in North America.

    I applied for immigration to Canada and got
    approved in 1996 and completed landing in May 1997.
    After landing, I returned to USA and applied
    returning resident permit extended to December 1998.
    However, I did not return to Canada by the dead line.
    Now I want to go back to Canada. Should I re-apply for
    returning resident permit? What is the chance to get
    approved? Is there any immigration attorney who will
    take such kind case? Or the best way is re-apply immigration
    from very beginning?

    Please give me your advice or share your experience with me.

    Best Regard to everyone.

  3. #3
    Guest
    Link to a Canadian Immigration forum. Hope it helps.

    http://www.britishexpats.com/forum/f...?forumid=33&s=

  4. #4
    Guest
    Look for an immigration attorney at www.aila.org They specialize and you may be able to reach a Canadian immigration lawyer through someone on this site. Try it, you have nothing to lose for trying.

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