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A Common-Law relationship is one in which two people live together but are not legally married to each other. According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada to be considered under the Common-Law relationship the couple must live together in a 'marriage-like' relationship for one year without any long periods of separation, for example, by sharing finances. If you want to sponsor a Common-Law partner to Canada watch our videos and see if you fall under the Common-Law definition and what Immigration Canada looks for in order for you to qualify to sponsor a loved one.
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