We might have our differences but I must admit, I will not be able to work without her. I can’t imagine any other person taking care of my daughter genuinely like she does so we were off to the Immigration Department this morning to change her visa, making her stay her as long as we’re here.
According to the rules:
To obtain a residence visa for the parents, one has to show proof to the Naturalisation and Residency Department that there is a humanitarian issue that requires to sponsor them and that the son or daughter are their lone supporters.
Would wanting your own mother to take care of her granddaughter qualify as a humanitarian issue? No, according to the smug Immigration lady.
Then she seemed to want my father dead.
According to new regulations, you cannot sponsor only one of your parents and have to sponsor your father and the mother together unless one of your parents has passed away.
The lady just kept on telling me the words “Not Allowed” every time. How can I sponsor both my parents if my father is still working back home? I just need my mom here, now. My father could follow a couple of years from now. Not allowed!