Sponsor Your Family to Canada

Canada News
Written By GHV Immigration Services
February 21, 2024

Canada is known for its welcoming and inclusive immigration policies, which extend to family reunification. If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you have the opportunity to sponsor your family members to come and live with you in Canada.

Who can be sponsored?

Under the Family Class sponsorship program, you can sponsor the following family members:

  • Your spouse or common-law partner
  • Your dependent children
  • Your parents or grandparents
  • Your adopted children or other relatives in specific circumstances

Requirements for sponsorship

In order to sponsor your family members, you must meet certain eligibility criteria:

  • You must be at least 18 years old
  • You must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
  • You must be able to financially support your family members
  • You must sign an agreement to provide financial support for your family members for a specific period of time
  • Your family members must undergo medical examinations and security checks

The sponsorship process

The sponsorship process involves several steps:

  1. Submit an application to sponsor your family members
  2. Your family members will need to submit their own application for permanent residence
  3. Complete the required forms and provide supporting documents
  4. Pay the necessary fees
  5. Wait for the application to be processed
  6. Attend interviews, if required
  7. Receive a decision on the sponsorship application

It is important to note that the sponsorship process can be complex and time-consuming. It is advisable to seek the assistance of an immigration lawyer or consultant to ensure that all requirements are met and the application is properly prepared.

Bringing your family to Canada can be a rewarding experience, allowing you to build a life together in a diverse and vibrant country. Start the process today and reunite with your loved ones in Canada.

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