A date is about making an appointment to do something together.
We are willing to consider any and all options including marriage.
We are trying to find the easiest/fastest way for us to live together in the USA.
I can not see that the Canadian law actually implement restrictions when it comes to dating.
I would have no problems at age 10 of going to the cinema with my best girlfriend age 8 and call it a date.
I found a website that had the current Canadian law on the age of consent, but it didn't make total sense to me.
What I got out of it was that as long as both parties are 16 and willing, it's fine. Post the link to that website so people can read it for themselves.
Sexual activity can also be considered exploitative based on the nature and circumstances of the relationship, e.g., the young person's age, the age difference between the young person and their partner, how the relationship developed (quickly, secretly, or over the Internet) and how the partner may have controlled or influenced the young person. means a 16 year old can consent to having sex with any one , except for people in authority such has teachers , counselors etc.
To me any adult that wants to have sex with someone who barely learned to drive, cannot vote and isnt legal to drink, purchase real estate or enter politics, should have his balls cut off and shoved so far up his azz, that's just sick in my opinion.
The Tackling Violent Crime Act raises the legal age of sexual consent in Canada to 16 from 14, the first time it has been raised since 1892.
But the law includes a "close-in-age exception," meaning 14- and 15-year-olds can have sex with someone who is less than five years older.
Is it better to apply for a fiance visa then to just go ahead and marry?