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Well are you asking about immigrating to Canada and if so are you a skilled worker for example?
You can cancel his present application and you can apply for him to be added to your PGWP and then he can get an open work permit and live with you in Canada. After that when you're eligible to apply for a permanent residency status you'll be able to have him on your application again.
Even if you can't get him to Canada for the open work permit you can put him on your application when you apply for PR status.
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You can apply to add him to your PGWP now. You have the right to do that. You should speak to Dalhousie again because I know they have a lot of international students there. My daughter did her paediatric residency training there and they had a lot of international medical students.
They will be able to help you add your spouse to your postgraduate work permit. There's nothing to delay because now you have it.
At this point we should wait until it's approved. If you try to do anything now it will definitely delay it.
You could do both!
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