To be able to sponsor your Common-Law partner to Canada you need to fall under the Common-Law definition. Watch our video below to find out if you fall under the definition of Common-Law and what steps you can take to sponsor you Common-Law partner to Canada.
Definition of Common Law
Common Law really means that you are residing with your partner in a conjugal committed relationship for a minimum of 12 months or more. These are the things that you have to prove when you submit a Common Law Sponsorship application otherwise citizenship and immigration Canada will perceive your relationship just as girlfriend or boyfriend relationship or just as partners and not as common-law union. Ensure you indicate your relationship with a Common-Law Declaration and ample documents that you have resided in committed conjugal relationship for 12 months or more.
If are unsure if you fall under the Common-Law Sponsorship or what supporting documents to include with your application then please contact us today and our immigration experts will be glad to assist you.
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