Sponsor Your Family and Spouse to Come and Live in Canada!
Everything you achieve in life, it is all for those you love. So, you want your family, spouse and close relatives to live with you and share the life journey together.
Canadian Government allows you to sponsor the spouse, common-law partner or any other relative to come and live with you in Canada.
The requirements for you to sponsor
- It is important that you are 18 years or older in age.
- You need to have Canadian citizenship or have the permanent residency in Canada.
- You should have the enough financial capacity to support the family members in the initial time period.
- However, this time period can extend to 10 years, depending upon the relationship you have with the family member.
- If you have already sponsored someone in the past, but the person attained financial support from the Canadian government after the immigration. In that situation, you can sponsor another person.
Eligibility requirements of your spouse
- Should have crossed the 18 years of age.
- Should have the legally married relationship, according to the common law.
- Should have the certificate of marriage issued by the provincial government if the marriage took place in Canada.
- The marriage should be valid according to the country law if the ceremony was conducted outside Canada. Even the ceremony conducted in the embassy needs to be valid according to the law of the country where the ceremony was conducted.
- Should not suffer from any critical health situation, or have any criminal convictions.
Eligibility requirement of your dependent child
- Should not have any spouse and have the age below 22 years.
- If the child is over 22 years of age, then, two situations are applicable:
- Should be studying full-time.
- Should be dependent on parents for financial support since and before 22 years of age.
- If the child is below 22 years of age, but have a spouse, then,
- Should be studying full-time.
- Should be dependent on parents for financial support since becoming the spouse and common-law partner.
- The child with mental or physical conditions come under the category, even if the age is over 22 years.
Eligibility Requirements of the Relatives
- The relatives under the 18 years of age who are orphaned and not married or have a common-law relation.
- Under specific conditions, you can sponsor a relative with any age or relationship.
- The accompanying relatives of your spouse, partner, and dependent children.
- In order to sponsor any relative with any age or relationship, you need to have no living spouse or common-law partner. The procedure is applicable only if you have no other family member who can be eligible for the family class.
- The right of Permanent Residence Fee requires 490 CAD.
- The Principal applicant fee is 475 CAD.
- The principal applicant can pay only 75 CAD if he or she has the age below 22 years and not a spouse or common-law partner.
- A family member who is a spouse or common-law partner need to pay 550 CAD, regardless of the age.
- A family member who is not a spouse or common-law partner and has age less than 22 years, needs to pay 150 CAD.
- At Nile Migration, we take care of all the requirements and help you successfully complete the procedure.