My father, who is Pakistani, worked in the US for a few years. He then moved to Canada and has been there for a long time. He has been a Canadian citizen for a few years now.
Why can't he take us with him there? Granted there is a problem that my father entered Canada with a marital status of SINGLE. He got a lawyer to help him with the legal matters, but the lawyer said there is only 1% chance of this going his way.
What are the laws related to this matter? Can't he at least take my mother with him?
He has been living there, alone, for so long and is only able to come visit us for 3 weeks every year.
After asking my father for more details, he told me what actually happened. When he applied for citizenship, he was still single. But the process took a long time and in that time he married my mother while the citizenship application was still in process. So what can he do now to bring us there?