Well your only months away and I feel very smart in asking for help because the other option of showing up as a tourist isn't so fun, so good on you and if by chance you are married to a women in the Philippines you can apply for the Non-quota Visa 13a, it shouldn't take you longer than two months to complete in Canada.Hi,
thanks for your quick reply.
To tell you the truth, I have never been on a forum before.
Yes, I am a retiree.
As for the paperwork, I will take an appointment with the Consulate in Montreal.
But, correct me if I am wrong, I can stay almost 2 years, go out one day and do it again.
I am with the impression that I could do the paper work for retiree visa while I am here. But if I can make it from here before leaving... But I leave on august 3.
I have a spouse but we are not married. She says she does not want me to marry her just because it is convenient for my visa. But, she is the good one, I know.
My now prime preoccupation is to find a place where to settle.
These answers will keep things from getting too compicated or risky.My souse was born in the Philippine.
She Is currently a citizen of the Philippines.
She has never been married.
She could have paperwork which indicates she is a single woman.
if a smaller banka would work for you . ?Thanks for the comment and the good advise.
I like to hookah dive and be on the water. I would like to spend time navigating the waters between Coron and El Nido.
I am also a member of Project aware and more specificaly of its Dive against debris engagement.
I am thousands of miles from Phillippines reality but I imagine myself diving places and cleaning some debris.
I am lucky, my spouse wants to sail me, dive with me.
Isee myself spending lots of time on and under water. Which brings me to the next subject : the boat.
I would appreciate any info regardings bancas builders or bancas for sale.