Canadian Immigration Problems with Indians

When an Indian lady is hurt or killed since of a man’s undertaking, the Indo-Canadian neighborhood is up in arms. Sadly, this quite same standard does not apply when an Indian man dies simply because of the actions and activities of the Indian wife.

Such is the story Gurdip Singh Saroya who was married to Harmanjit Kaur Dhami. She arrived in Canada last October 12 but despite the marital bonds, the wife refused to be touched by the husband. She declared that she wanted to leave her husband and move to Toronto, alone. The man, overwhelmed by the emotional fraud, Saroya jumped to his death from the Pattullo Bridge five days after his wife arrived in Canada.

Relatives of Saroya is putting the blame on Dhami, saying her behavior led to the emotional distress of Saroya because of the predicament he was in. The two had been married in India last February 11, 2011. When she arrived in Canada, the relatives observed that she was distant and quiet, not as well welcoming of her husband. Eyewitnesses observed that when he tried to hug her, she kept telling him not to touch her.

At one particular point, the wife called 911 to allege that the husband was assaulting her. Over the next few days, the lady had declared on a lot more than a single occasion that she would be leaving her husband and she wanted to move to Toronto. Saroya had tried to dissuade Dhami repeatedly saying that she wanted to move alone. At this point, Dhami even tried to escape from a moving car in the course of the discussion.

These incidents lead the Saroya household to think that Dhami utilised the marriage to receive a visa to Canada. As of the moment, police authorities still are investigating the situations surrounding the man’s death. When allegations are established true, then Dhami stands to face trial and attainable deportation because of the death.

On one more front, Canadian immigration authorities refused to enable entry to Parminder Singh Saini. He collectively with 5 other Sikh militants hijacked a Srinagar-Delhi flight to Lahore back in July six, 1984. He fled to Canada and was located and was deported to India. He has given that sought to re-enter the country.

In a earlier choice, the Canadian High Court dismissed the plea of Saini, saying he was a threat to public safety. He fled to Canada in 1995 and was returned to India to face charges for the criminal act in 2011. Saini was then discovered guilty and sentenced to death by a Pakistani court that then commuted the penalty to a life sentence. Right after ten years, the Indian national was released and was asked to leave Pakistan, exactly where he was attempted and convicted. From there he sought to be readmitted to Canada.

He was in a position to enter Canada in 1995 via a fictitious name and fake Afghan passport. He maintained that he lied about his identity to stay away from being deported to India. In Canada he was capable to obtain a BA degree and law degree to fight his deportation order. He was refused to be allowed to practice in Canada simply because of his criminal previous. He had admitted that his act was illegal.