Sponsor a family member in Canada
Sponsoring a family member allows them to immigrate to Canada with permanent resident status. As the “sponsor” of the sponsored person, you undertake to provide for the basic needs of the “main applicant” and to support him financially for a number of years, determined according to the quality of the member of your family.
Who can sponsor?
For you to be recognized as a guarantor, you must:
- Be canadian citizen Where permanent resident from Canada
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be able to support the sponsored person for several years.
Who can't sponsor?
You cannot sponsor a family member in some cases. For example, when you received a removal order from Canada or have not paid child support.
Who can you sponsor?
When you meet the minimum guarantor requirements, you can, subject to certain conditions, sponsor:
- your husband, de facto spouse Where marital partner
- Your dependent children
- Your parents and grandparents
- Your brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, grandsons or granddaughters (if they are orphans)
- Exceptionally, other members of your family.
- Adopted children: The sponsorship procedures are different for the adoption of a child. Do not hesitate to contact us
- Parents or grandparents: The process is time-limited and begins each year with an expression of interest. The candidates are then drawn by lot, in number limited to the annual quotas.
Steps to follow :
- Complete and submit a sponsorship application
- Pass a medical examination.
- Apply for a permanent resident visa.
- Obtain permanent residency.
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