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Sponsor your spouse to live with you in Canada as a permanent resident

[smartslider3 slider=”97″] A spouse is defined as a legal marriage partner. This term includes both opposite- and same-sex relationships but does not include common-law partnerships. To sponsor a spouse to live with you in Canada as a permanent resident, you must be living in Canada. Canadian citizens currently living outside of Canada must show intentions … Read More

2019 Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship

We have wonderful news to permanent residents and Canadian citizens wishing to sponsor their parents and grandparents from overseas to come to Canada as permanent residents, the interest to sponsor form will open on January 28, 2019 at noon Eastern Standard Time (EST)! 27,000 completed interest to sponsor forms will be accepted and 20,000 sponsorship … Read More

Sponsor a Family Member

Family reunification is one of the three pillars of the Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Immigration program. Persons who can be sponsored in the family class include the spouse, common-law partner (including same-sex partner), conjugal partner, dependent children, parents, grand-parents, children adopted from abroad, and other relatives in special circumstances. Do you have a … Read More

Age Limit for Dependents of Canadian Immigration Applicants

Determine if your child can accompany you to Canada as a dependent Effective October 24, 2017 To be considered a dependent, your child must be under 22 years old and single. Children who are 22 years old and over can only qualify as a dependent if they have been financially dependent on you since before … Read More

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