Have any of you Canadians been married to your Taiwanese husband or wife back home in Canada?
That’s what we’re planning to do, and I’ve read some things on the internet that confuse me.
Such as: Can we just rock up and get married in a civil service? I read that you have to make an announcement 20 days prior to your marriage in the community where you’ll marry.
If we fly into Canada as a citizen and a Taiwanese national, if we say we’re coming to get married, would customs and immigration have a problem with that?
I’ve read that you need to prove you;ve been together for some period of time before your spouse can get citizenship.
How long after the wedding can the spouse become a citizen?
Can all of these things be accomplished within a two week holiday?
Thanks, if you can answer any of these questions, you’d be doing us a huge favour!