I'm a bit disappointed that the answer you provided was the same that I found on Google hours before.
I am a financial advisor in the US and the firm does not allow me to service clients in Canada and thus I will likely lose my job if I went to Canada with her. Does that qualify as hardship to me, the spouse?
Sir, rating my service as "poor" is not going to change the reality. Believe me, if there was a loophole, I would tell you. I just get a little upset when people tell me that they could get the same information online. Of course they can, but that doesn't mean you know what the correct information is or what will work and what will not work and why. I also specifically asked that you ask additional questions until you are satisfied with my service. I apologize for getting upset. I do want to help. Unfortunately, I do not think that your situation is the type of situation that will qualify for the hardship that they look for.
What other hardships do you think might be present? Do you think she can qualify for any of the other categories?
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