How to Get Your Loved Ones to Canada – Knowing about Sponsorships

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How to Get Your Loved Ones to Canada – Knowing about Sponsorships

Migrating to another country often means being separated from friends and loved ones. Often, people who had been successful in securing a new life for themselves would want to bring their family over to their new country of residence. The Canadian government recognizes the need to reunite families, so it is quite possible for your family to join you if you currently work in Canada.

If you are aiming to sponsor your parents’ or grandparents’ residency in Canada, you need to secure a few documents beforehand. These documents can prove your relationship with your family members and your capacity to support them for the duration specified by immigration.

In this article, we will discuss three requirements that you need to meet when sponsoring your parents or grandparents:

1. Proof of personal capability

As a sponsor, you must show that you are financially stable of supporting two or more grown adults in your household. First, you must prepare identity documents, such as your proof of residence or citizenship, as well as the signed undertaking showing that you and the applicants understand your obligations and responsibilities.

You must also meet the minimum income required for three years before the date of your application. For example, if you applied for sponsorship in 2018, and are looking to support three people, you must prove that your income is at least $40,379. Check the figures on the official website of the Canadian government, as these vary often.

2. Absence of disqualifying factors

Aside from proof that you can shoulder the expenses of a household, you need to be cleared for conditions that render your application invalid. If you owe the government money or you owe child support or alimony, know that these are common grounds for invalidation.

Likewise, if you had been unable to provide support for previous undertakings, you won’t be allowed to sponsor anyone else. If you have an uncleared bankruptcy or are on welfare programs or other government assistance schemes, these are also factors against your capacity to support.

Beyond your financial capability, the government also looks at social responsibility.  People who have removal orders against them cannot become a sponsor for someone who wants to live in Canada. A person who has a violent criminal record, such as an assault or sexual offence charges, will be ineligible as well.

3. Interest to Sponsor form

If you have no legal impediments to sponsorship, you must submit a form signifying your interest to sponsor your relatives. This form may only be submitted within a short window of time each year, so you must keep yourself updated about it through the immigration’s official channels. Your Interest to Sponsor confirmation number will be used in your sponsorship application, so be sure you do not skip this step.

How to Apply

Submitting requirements to be a sponsor is composed of two parts; the sponsorship application itself and your parents’/grandparents’ application for permanent residence. Sending your application is also a matter of timing; you have 60 days from the time you receive your invitation to file the requirements for applying as a sponsor.

Complete applications usually get decided within 24 months. If you submit incomplete information, however, keep in mind that your application will not be processed. If you get approved as a sponsor, all you need to do is submit details, such as medical certificates, your parents’ or grandparents’ passports, and other documentation of identity.

Conclusion

As an immigrant or permanent resident, bringing your parents to live with you might be one of your dreams. An easy way to enter Canada is through sponsorships. Talking to experts about how to immigrate to Canada is the first step toward securing a stable future for your family.

We offer Canadian immigration consultancy services in Toronto, Canada. Our immigration experts will be able to answer any question you have about immigrating to Canada. Set an appointment with us to learn more about how we can help you!

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