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Casey: Tourist Visa and Paz

casey: Casey met Paz six years ago in Singapore, and the couple were married in the Philippines in May, according to CBC. He said they've now spent a year gathering most of the necessary paperwork and he expects they will wait up to a second year for the documents to work their way through the system at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Sean Casey fights his own battle to bring home his new wife, Mika Paz, who lives in Manila. Being apart has been difficult, said Casey, who last saw Paz in November and isn't sure when he will see her next. She wants to come, she's excited to come, he said. Couldn't get tourist visa An earlier application by Paz to visit on a six-month tourist visa was rejected. ( As reported in the news.