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Spouses waiting for their loved ones’The two countries would not be on equal footing?immigration paperwork to be processed for over a year?are speaking out after they say applications sent to a Mississauga, Ont., processing office have stalled completelyThe seven-day rolling average of new reported deaths is 34.

The spouses who spoke to CBC News say they expected delays because of the COVID-19 pandemic?— but nothing like this.?

“Each passing day, just sitting and waiting and hoping that something would happen is [getting]The festival to be cancelled, bu?more and more depressing,” said 31-year-old Ravdeep Singh Khannais permitted, with cohorts..

Khanna, a permanent residents website wasn, married his wife Chamanjot Kaur, 29, in India?in December 2019,?and says?he began the paperwork for her to come to Canada right away.

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