Canadian immigration regulations enable Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor family members who are living abroad. The following group of people may be sponsored under certain conditions:
- Spouse / common law or conjugal
- Children, grandchildren
- Parents and grandparents
- Minor siblings, who are single and
- their parents are deceased
- Adopted children
The relative not mentioned above for the sponsor who is living in Canada without any family members and where the sponsor does not have any family member to sponsor as listed above.
There are some specific requirements for both the sponsor (Canadian citizen or permanent resident) as well as applicant (Foreign national who is a family member of the sponsor). If you want to sponsor one of your family members, you may fill up this form so Meritrusts Immigration Consulting can review and analyze your application.
It is important that the sponsor reviews the requirements for a Canadian citizen or permanent residence before applying to sponsor a family member.
Please fill out the form on the right-hand side and indicate the family relationship between the applicant (who wants to move to Canada) and sponsor (who must be either a Canadian citizen or permanent resident)
It is imperative that:
Read more about family sponsorship and the income conditions
Make sure that sponsor has not any other undertaking(s), and the current undertakings have already calculated in the sponsorship application.
For spousal sponsorship also:
The marriage must be genuine
The marriage must not be made with the primary goal of gaining any benefits (i.e., immigration to Canada)
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