I have a problem about my ex wife does not agree to get my son to go to medical exam and do not want to give me a

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Customer: hi there i have a problem about my ex wife does not agree to get my son to go to medical exam and do not want to give me a custody aggreement that she is the sole custody of my son in the philippines.Immigration wants that so i can prove that my ex is not allowing my son to have medical exam
JA: Are there any allegations of drug, alcohol, or financial problems?
Customer: no
JA: Are there allegations of physical or emotional danger to your son?
Customer: no she just do not want my son to have amedical exam which required by immigration so i could obtain permanent resident
JA: The Family Lawyer will be able to walk you through that. Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: i just need help to prove the immigration that my ex wife doesnt want to give any proof that she is the sole custody of my son and she is not allowing him to go to medical exam
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Hello and Welcome to JustAnswer. My name is***** will be working on your question today and I am looking forward to our conversation.
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I know your question is important to you and I will be giving it the time and attention it deserves.

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Does your son habitually reside in the Philippines?

Customer
hi there debra my case is the immigration request for my son to have a medical examination but my ex wife does not want him to get it so i even ask my sister to get affidavit that she can sign that she is not allowing our son to go for medical but she refuse to sign it now i receive another letter from the officers that i need to provide proof that my ex wife has the custody but my ex does not want to cooperate
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he lives with the mom
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Is there a court order from the Philippines?

Customer
no we dont have any court order
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Do you have a written agreement?

Customer
no
Customer
we were separated in 2017 i came here in canada 2018 i file a divorce but when i send the letter she did not even open it and send it back here in canada
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Here is the answer to your query. Please do not hesitate to ask any follow up questions related to this response and know that I will respond as soon as I can.

You will need to retain a lawyer in the Philippines. That lawyer may be able to provide you with a legal opinion that states that you do not have legal custody of the child. If that isn't considered to be good enough by Canada immigration the lawyer will need to either draft an agreement that hopefully the mother will sign or else will need to get a court order.

Does that help as a starting point?


Customer
No
Customer
if my ex wife doesnt want to sign what can we do to have a prove that she has the legal custody of my son
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I already answered you. Can you please scroll up?

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where can i get the draft aggreement? here in canada or philippines
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You will need a lawyer in the Philippines because your child habitually resides in the Philippines.

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Ok great thanks so much
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You are very welcome.

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Is there anything more I can help you with before I mark this question as complete?

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Thank you for trusting us to help you here at JustAnswer. If you need more clarification or have a follow-up question just reply and we can continue our dialogue. If you would like to ask me new questions please start a new post and if you do if you say “This is only for Debra” I will be sure to give your post top priority.

Although I can’t always give good news, I am direct and do my best to simplify things for people to understand.

Thank you very much!

Best wishes,

Debra

Customer
Hi Debra if my spouse doesn't want to sign the agreement that my lawyer from the Philippines stated that she is not allowing our son to go medical exams what can my lawyer make so that it will give immigration a good proof of my situation?
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I was suggesting that your lawyer in the Philippines get an order from the court. But perhaps a letter from your lawyer will be good enough.

Customer
What should the lawyer put on that letter? Will an affidavit from my sister and her friend that went to travel to my spouse province to bring the agreement she didn't sign it but we have proofs of pictures with my sister bringing it you think that will help
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Yes but I think the lawyer should write a letter explaining the situation and that you have no way to compel her to get the child to have a medical examination. The lawyer needs to say it's not possible for you to compel that.

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