Demonstrating a Conjugal Relationship Video

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Are you in a conjugal relationship and want to sponsor your partner to Canada? Watch our video below on what type of documents you can provide to demonstrate to the Canadian immigration officer you are in a conjugal relationship.

Demonstrating a Conjugal Relationship

A conjugal relationship is defined as a category for partners of either the opposite or the same sex that are in exceptional circumstances beyond their control that has prevented them from being qualified as common-law partners or spouses. A conjugal relationship is more than just a physical relationship like many would imply. It is a mutually dependant relationship that has the same amount of permanence and commitment as a common-law relationship or a marriage but without the paperwork.

If you are submitting a Conjugal Sponsorship application one of the important parts of the application is including ample documents to prove genuineness in the relationship. Some of these documents include:

  • records of correspondence
  • proof of gifts you have exchanged either showing through pictures or receipts
  • proof of travel itineraries if you have travelled together
  • photos of spent time together
  • reference letters from family or friends that can attest to your relationship
  • personal statements of how, where, when you met and difficulties you have faced of trying to be together
  • financial support, shared expenses

Also to be eligible to apply the Conjugal Sponsorship you need to show the following:

  • documents to show why you cannot be together due to immigration barriers such
  • You have maintained a conjugal relationship for at least 1 year
  • You and your partner have been prevented from getting married or living together because of immigration barrier, marital status(e.g. you are currently married to someone else and living in a country where divorce is not an option) or sexual orientation
  • Evidence can be provided to show an impediment to living together (e.g. evidence of refused long-term stays in each other’s countries)

If you need help with your sponsorship application or are unsure if you qualify under conjugal sponsorship then contact us today. The immigration representative will assess the situation and determine the best immigration route available.

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