Post # 17
We would move to another country without a doubt. I could still visit the states correct? So I’d see family and friends on vacation. The main difference would be possesion related, and that wouldn’t bother me. I can replace any material thing, but I can’t replace FI!
Post # 18
Move somewhere together for sure. He is my life and my new family. Not the say that my old family don’t mean the world to me but, if he’s the one I have to commit to him and he to me. We would move.
Post # 19
I’d just move to a new country altogether. I find it extremely unlikely that this would be the case with Canada and the US, though. Only if, like a PP stated, there was some severe criminal actions involved.
Post # 20
I’ve thought about this too. S/O is from a country with high visa fraud+risk of terrorism so it’s a possibility (although we don’t have any of the common factors that cause people to get denied). We’ve already been interested in living in a third country in the future anyway (somewhere in Europe) so we’d work extra hard to make happen.
Post # 21
This sort of happened to my aunt and uncle.
He’s from NZ and tried to get citizenship for Canada. Because he’s lived in many countries for work the gov’t wanted him to go to each country and get a criminal record check, which was not doable and a load of crap. I’m not sure what exactly went down but I do know they just gave up. They’re living in another country now.
Post # 22
@mchitt329: Well then I’ve got to read the book!
Post # 23
@CherryWaves: surprising that he had so much trouble from NZ! As commonwealth countries Canada and NZ have a really friendly relationship. Yikes.