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You will usually come across two terms for two types of applications regarding spousal sponsorship—inland and outland sponsorship. As the names imply, inland is for partners living together in Canada, and outland is for the sponsored individuals staying out of the country. Unfortunately, many applicants, representatives, and other stakeholders tend to use these terms interchangeably...

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When you live alone in another country, you can’t help but feel homesick and lonely sometimes. Some people cope with this loneliness in different ways, while some will try to bring their family to where they are.  In Canada, citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their spouses, children, parents, grandparents, or common-law partners to immigrate...

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If you’re a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, one of your main goals is to sponsor your partner for immigration to Canada. Whether for your spouse or common-law partner, getting approval for your sponsorship application can be one of the most fulfilling. In the end, you want your significant other to end up with...

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You may have heard of Canada’s Parents Grandparents Program, which allows those living in the country to sponsor their parents and grandparents to immigrate to Canada. However, since the intake period for interest to sponsor closed back in November of 2020, you may have missed your chance. Fortunately, not all hope is lost just yet....

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The Canadian government is very lenient in allowing current residents to let their immediate family immigrate to Canada. This is present in numerous sponsorship packages for people with student or work permits who need to stay together with their loved ones. Going through the sponsorship process Immigrating to Canada will be different depending on what...

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Often, Canada is seen as a sort of safe haven for spouses who are separated by geographical barriers because of its lenient immigration laws and constant desire to unite families—a mission deep-rooted in the government itself. By now, it’s common knowledge that The Great White North is at the top of the leaderboards when it...

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When you compare the majority of Western countries to Canada, it is the latter that ranks quite highly in terms of the percentage of immigrants that go on to obtain citizenship. As this is a reference to the legal status of a person, becoming a Canadian citizen occurs in one of two ways: through birth,...

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Many Canadians have family members who are still abroad due to different circumstances. Being apart from family can affect one’s mental state, which is why uniting close family members has been a priority of the Bureau of Immigration in Canada.  The Family Class Sponsorship Program was established to allow residents to sponsor relatives for immigration...

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