Archive for March, 2015

How To Qualify For Spousal Sponsorship

Every year in Canada thousands of people apply to come to Canada or to bring their spouses here under the Spousal Sponsorship application. You have the ability to sponsor your spouse if you are a Canadian Citizen or have Permanent Residence status. Within this process there are several conditions and requirements that you both must […]

How to Prove My Relationship is Genuine? – Spousal Sponsorship

The most important requirement for a sponsoring your spouse or common-law partner or your conjugal partner is to prove the genuineness of the relationship. Canada has been subjected to many fraudulent applications. People have tried to sponsor spouses or partners to Canada just to get the person in Canada, and not because of the genuine […]

Financial Requirement For Sponsorship

Some sponsorship applications have a minimum income threshold requirement. Spousal, Common Law and Conjugal sponsorships are an exception. There is no minimum income requirement for sponsoring a Spouse, Common Law partner or a Conjugal partner. It is a very common misconception, as most people assume that there is fixed required amount for sponsoring your spouse. […]

Inland Vs. Overseas Applications for Spousal Sponsorship Application

As with everything in life, there are pros and cons to every situation. Determining which application is best suited for you and your spouses specific needs may be a little confusing. However, understanding the differences between the two applications (inland or overseas) may help with making this decision a little bit easier. Spousal Sponsorship Application […]

How to Prove Your Intention to Reside in Canada?

<p>You might be in a situation where you are a Canadian citizen living outside of Canada and wish to <b>sponsor your spouse as a permanent resident</b>. In order to do this, you must show that you have the intention to return and stay in Canada.</p> <p>You may also wish to know what sorts of documentations […]

Spousal Sponsorship

If you are a citizen or permanent resident of Canada, you are eligible to sponsor your spouse, common-law/conjugal partner, or dependent children. The definition of a “Dependent Child” is: Any child that is under the age of 19 and does not have a spouse or a common-law partner; or Any child who is 19 years […]


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