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Canada is well-known for its welcoming attitude and laws to immigrants, especially when it comes to bringing families together as family reunification remains an essential component of the Canadian immigration system.  Whether it’s to move forward from long-distance relationships, reunite families, or support same-sex marriage, to sponsor your partner is made accessible under the Family...

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Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada are eligible to sponsor loved ones to join them as immigrants living in Canada. However, most of these sponsorship requests are for immediate family members or partners.  If you’re planning to sponsor an extended family member, this article is for you. There are different requirements and certain circumstances...

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Canada’s family sponsorship program helps families reunite by letting Canadian citizens or permanent residents sponsor their child or spouse abroad for a Canadian permanent residence.  Who is Qualified As A Dependent Child The child must either be blood-related or adopted The child must be under 22 years old, unmarried on the submission date of sponsorship...

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A conjugal partnership is similar to a common-law partnership. A conjugal relationship is where a couple has been in a marriage-like relationship for at least a year. However, due to uncontrollable circumstances such as politics and the like, the couple was not able to stay together. As such, a conjugal sponsorship is when someone is...

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For many individuals, sponsoring a relative for immigration to Canada is a topic that is sometimes surrounded by plenty of confusion. If you find yourself in similar shoes, we hope this article will clear things up for you. We’ll be tackling a specific matter of the topic in this article. We’ll discuss who is eligible...

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People who reach a specific phase in their relationship often decide to have an engagement period before tying the knot. Though engagement is a step toward building a partnership recognized by the government, fiancés do not have the same level of obligations that married people have to each other. As such, they cannot claim the...

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During the process of sponsoring a foreign spouse for permanent residency in Canada, you will need to present the necessary documents to make the application successful. In the case of spouses applying with dependent children, however, both the parent and their children must have the necessary criminal and medical checks to successfully emigrate to the...

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Immigrating to Canada can be a nerve-wracking challenge, especially with all the forms and requirements you have to collate and submit. Bringing in your spouse, however, is another whole challenge, as the amount of proof that has to be checked out is equally as gruelling. Once you’ve become a permanent resident of Canada, one of...

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