Kurt, a Canadian Citizen, formerly a citizen of Iran, who has some disabilities, and due to some political activities regarding to supporting non-Persian peoples’ ethnic, lingual and cultural rights in Iran, had to escape from Iran and found refuge in Canada. He’s been in love with Mina, since April 2016, then the two got engaged in Sept 2016 and finally they got married in Turkey in May 2017 because Kurt can’t go back to Iran. The had wedding ceremonies in both Turkey and Iran. Due to having some concerns of his life, and also being against the inequality between men and women in Iran under sharia rules, Kurt couldn’t register his marriage in Iran. He submitted all required documents to Canadian Immigration officials to bring his wife to their home in Canada.
Despite requesting a South Azerbaijani interpreter for Mina, the immigration officer, Suna Berki, in Ankara Visa Office, intimidated and gave no chance to Mina to speak in Just Farsi because of being a citizen of Iran where non-Persian languages are banned. The Persian interpreter mistranslated Mina’s words in the interview and caused a rejection of our file. In favour of Persian chauvinism, and under her colleague influence, the immigration officer lied in her notes and refused the case unethically, unfair and biased. After 30 months of getting married Canadian immigration officials don’t give Visa to Mina to come her home in Canada while Kurt also Can’t go back to Iran to live with his wife. Canadian Immigration officials must give Visa to Mina to come her home and punish the officer, Suna Berki and the persian interpreter for using Canadian immigration system against non-Persian citizens of Iran.