Consequences of Not Fulfilling Terms of Undertaking Video
An undertaking is a contract signed by the sponsor and the sponsored applicant indicating that the sponsor will be responsible for the sponsored applicant for a period of three years. The undertaking becomes a legal contract with the minister of Citizenship and Immigration and is lawfully binding. The responsibility for the sponsored applicant entails financial responsibility and support for that individual given by the sponsor for the entire duration. The undertaking begins on the day that the sponsored applicant enters Canada as a permanent resident. One of the most crucial consequences of not fulfilling the terms of undertaking as a sponsor is legal action being taken against the sponsor, and any co-signers, by the Canadian government. This is a possibility and does not always happen as a result of not fulfilling the terms of the undertaking; however, it is important to take into consideration. For more on the consequences of not fulfilling terms of the undertaking, please watch our video in its entirety.
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