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By: Leo Okorie on Sep 03, 2021 12:49 AM EST
I need a candid advice. I need to go to Canada to attend a court hearing. In 2012 while in Canada my estranged wife alleged that I pushed her, the case was charged to court. The matter wasn't concluded in court and my work permit was about to expire. An immigration officer told me that I need to leave Canada. I asked the immigration officer what about my case in court he said the immigration will take care of it. Due to his pressure I left Canada for Nigeria in 2013. Now I called my defense attorney to find out how the court case ended. He told me that unfortunately the matter is still ongoing and a warrant of arrest has been issued out for me. I also need to see my son, I had a child with my estranged wife in Canada in 2012. The Canada family law court gave me the right to visit my son regular pending the outcome of the criminal charges with her. In view of this background what will be my chance to apply for a temporary resident visa to surrender myself to the authority in Canada and as well see my son in Canada.
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