Community Support for the Permanent Resident Application of Roy Pacheo under Humanitarian and Compassionate Ground
The intent of this petition is to show support for Roy Doroteo Pacheo application for permanent resident under humanitarian and compassionate grounds.
We want to show immigration Canada that removing him from Canada and separating him from the life he has built here would be very difficult for him, his friends, his community, his family and especially his nephew Jesaiah whom he treat as his own son.
We want to persuade immigration Canada to consider granting Roy permanent residence based on humanitarian and compassionate grounds.
Roy first arrived in Canada in May 2014 on a work permit facilitated by Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and since then, he has been a part of the Canadian community. after dedicating several years towards establishing his life here, Canada has become his true home. All his recent establishment and accomplishment have been here. We support Roy's aspiration and request that he is allowed to stay where he belongs. Please let him continue working towards building his future in Canada, a place that he already calls home.
To be denied permanent residency and asked to leave our country would bring hardship and heartache to Roy and his family, especially during this time. This family unit has been struggling to make ends meet. Roy has been the bread winner for his family, thanks to his previous employment in Canada, Roy has been able to support his family back in the Philippines for their expenses. Leaving the country would mean that his family would lose the financial and personal support that he provides them. Life would be tough for him and his family if he were forced to leave Canada. We do not want to lose such a compassionate and driven individual; his full potential is yet to be uncovered.
Roy is a family-driven individual who cares deeply and loves his family unconditionally. The pleas for the humanitarian and compassionate grounds application rest greatly under the best interests of his family members. Without a shred of doubt, we find Roy to be an honest and respectful individual and know that he already treats Canada as his home. It only shows that he is resilient, generous and has a true Canadian heart. If removed, due to underemployment and unemployment situation in the Philippines due to his age and lack of recent experience. It would cause Roy painstaking efforts to re-establish himself in the Philippines, if that were even possible.
Roy has been a model resident and has become an irreplaceable part of our community. For Roy, it would be immensely hard for him to return to the Philippines after being in Canada for significant number of years. It would be exceptionally hard for him to be forced to leave his aspirations and unfulfilled potential here and leave Canada. At Roy's age, it is very hard to find a job and support oneself and ones family in the Philippines as employers tend to employ younger force.
In his time spent here, Roy has fallen in love with the country and has become accustomed to our way of life here. He has become an essential member of the community. He makes friends wherever he goes and knows the importance of communal involvement. He is active on the look out to contribute more time towards community development. This bright individual prospects and potential would be limited if he could not remain in Canada permanently.
Canada has provided Roy a haven which he could never have imagined back in the Philippines. His absence would be significantly felt throughout the community. We would be worse off as a societal group, if he were forced to leave us. Roy treats us as his family and community. Please do not separate us from one another.
Roy is a pristine example of what Canada stands for , a rich cultural diversity. Removing him from Canada after all his time and contribution here would be an unspeakable hardship on him, his friends, his community, and his and his family. Roy has been a valuable and contributing member of the society and community and has given so much to Canada. We know that he will continue to give so much more if he is granted permanent residency status. We do not want to lose an exceptional individual with a caliber and potential like him.
As a community, we support Roy's application for permanent residency based on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. Please allow Roy to stay in Canada. Every person undersigned here joins in this request.
Thank you for your time and consideration..