Family Class Sponsorship

Canadian Family Class Sponsorship

The family class sponsorship application is available if you are a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident living in Canada, and you want to sponsor close family members living abroad, including:

Spousal Sponsorship Canada

Spousal Sponsorship

If you are a Permanent Resident of Canada or a Canadian citizen, you are eligible to sponsor your spouse to Canada. You will need to provide strong documentation with respect to the genuineness of your relationship. You can file an inland or overseas spousal sponsorship application. Depending on your circumstances, you should consider the differences of both applications so that you can determine which option best suits your circumstances.

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Common Law Sponsorship Canada

Common Law Sponsorship

If you have been living together in a conjugal relationship for at least one year in an ongoing 12-month period (you are allowed short absences for business travel or family reasons) then you may be eligible to sponsor your common law partner.

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Conjugal Partner Sponsorship Canada

Conjugal Partner Sponsorship

Conjugal Partner Sponsorship category is for partners either of the opposite sex or same sex in situations beyond their control that keep them from living together so they would count as common-law partners or spouses. A conjugal relationship is more than a physical relationship. It means you depend on each other, there is some permanence to the relationship, and there is the same level of commitment as a marriage or a common-law partnership.

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Parental Sponsorship Canada

Parental Sponsorship

Another option is the Parent and Grandparent sponsorship. Citizenship and Immigration Canada will re-open the Parent and Grandparent (PGP) program for new applications on January 2, 2014, by which time the backlog and wait times in the program are expected to have been cut in half.

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Dependent Child and other Sponsorship Canada

Dependent Child and other Sponsorship

Dependent children may be eligible to come to Canada in order to reside with their parent(s). You may also be eligible to sponsor your brother, sister, niece grandchildren etc. 

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Family Class Sponsorship
Family Class Sponsorship Calculating Required Income
Family Class Sponsorship The Financial Test
Family Class Sponsorship Agreement
Family Class Residency Requirements for Sponsors
Responsibility of Sponsors
Family Class Minimum Necessary Income
Financial Responsibility when Sponsoring
Family Class Sponsorship Bars to Sponsorship
Who Can you Sponsor under Family Class?
Do You Want to Sponsor Your Family Members?
Can I File Family Class Sponsorship Application Myself?
Sponsorship Application for Canada
Processing Stages for Members of the Family Class
Medical Exams and Panel Physicians
Processing and Non-Routine Cases
Unique Relationships in the Family Class
Non Accompanying Family Members and How they Affect You
Financial Requirements of the Sponsor The Low Income Cut Off
Sponsorship Agreement and Co-Signers
Who is a Member of the Family Class
Family Class Sponsorship Document Guidelines
10 Things to Know About Being a Sponsor
What is Family Class Sponsorship
Sponsorship Applications Frequently Asked Questions

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