Family & Spousal Sponsorships

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Family & Spousal Sponsorship

Are you looking to sponsor a family member? …….

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Canada is a family-friendly country with a commitment to reunite the loved ones of an individual. Canada offers various immigration programs for the reunification of families with an existing citizen of Canada. Family Sponsorship programs in Canada are the most liberal get together programs across the globe, and it remains one of the crucial pillars of the Canadian immigration process. Under the Family Class Sponsorship Program, a permanent resident or citizen of Canada is eligible to sponsor a relative for immigration to Canada. Following relations are eligible for the sponsorship as of now:

  • ● Parent
  • ● Grandparent
  • ● Spouse, common-law partner
  • ● Dependent Child
  • ● Orphaned Sibling, nephew, niece, or grandchild under 18 years who is single and whose parents are deceased.

Spouse or Partner Sponsorships:

This category is sub-divided into different types of relations explained below. Following relationships are eligible for the sponsorship provided all the requirements are met.

  • ● Spouse: A valid marriage performed legally under Canadian law.
  • ● Common-law partner: Partners who are in concubinage for a minimum of 1 year in their conjugal relationship are eligible.
  • ● Same-sex relationships: Eligible for the immigration process.
  • ● Conjugal partner: At least one year of cohabitation relationship where both the individuals are prevented from living together due to external factors like religious reasons, marital status, immigration barriers.

Additionally, applicants who are already living in Canada may also qualify for an open work permit, which will ease the financial burdens for the couple.

Child or other Dependent Sponsorship:

As per the sponsorship program, Canadian citizens or permanent residents are allowed to bring their biological or adopted children under the age of 22. This applies only if the citizen is unmarried and has no children of their own. Children who are taken care of solely by the previous spouses are also eligible, and the same should be mentioned in the application.

A parent or Grand Parent Sponsorship

To sponsor a parent or grandparent, the citizen or permanent residents of Canada need to demonstrate that they are financially stable and will be able to support the family by meeting the Minimum National Income (MNI) based on the size of their family. Additionally, they must support their sponsored family members when needed.

We at Ask Era Immigration are familiar with every detail of the Sponsorship program. With our experience over the years, we have a stronghold on every eligibility criteria in this program. If you are looking to sponsor a family member but are confused with the process, contact us directly, and you are good to go.

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