Spousal Sponsorship Application

Are you a citizen or permanent resident? You may be able to sponsor your spouse, common-law partner or conjugal partner. Your spouse may need to have a medical exam, security, criminal, and back ground check. Here the other types of documents you will need to sponsor a: Spouse Marriage license or certificate Proof of that […]

Spousal Sponsorship Application

Are you a citizen or permanent resident? You may be able to sponsor your spouse, common-law partner or conjugal partner. Your spouse may need to have a medical exam, security, criminal, and back ground check. Here the other types of documents you will need to sponsor a: Spouse Marriage license or certificate Proof of that […]

Family Sponsorship

Can a same-sex partner be sponsored? If you were married in Canada then your same-sex marriage will be valid in regards to sponsorship of a spouse. If you were married outside of Canada then your same-sex marriage will be deemed valid if it is recognized in the country that the marriage took place. In terms […]

Conjugal Sponsorship

Who is a conjugal partner? A conjugal partner is known as a foreign national that is living outside of Canada, and is in a relationship with a sponsor for a minimum of a year but is not able to live with the sponsor as a couple. In this relationship you must be able to show […]

Sponsorship of your Spouse, Partner or Children

In Canada you can sponsor your spouse, common-law or conjugal partner and your dependent children. You can do this from inside or outside of Canada. Both you and your family member need to meet certain requirements in order for the sponsorship to be successful. You as the Sponsor Must: Be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent […]

Inland or Overseas Application for Spousal Sponsorship?

When thinking of sponsoring your spouse or common-law partner to live with you in Canada there are a many things you need to consider. One of the most important and relevant decisions that you would have to make is whether to make the sponsorship in the country of origin of your spouse or if you […]

What If My Spousal Sponsorship Is Refused?

There are many other reasons for the refusal, for example, the application was not prepared accurately or you might have provided incorrect information which is not consistent with your application, criminal record of the spouse, severe medical condition, you are taking social assistance from the government or the genuineness of your relationship is in question. […]

Spousal Sponsorship Application

Are you a citizen or permanent resident? You may be able to sponsor your spouse, common-law partner or conjugal partner. Your spouse may need to have a medical exam, security, criminal, and back ground check. Here the other types of documents you will need to sponsor a: Spouse Marriage license or certificate Proof of that […]

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. […]

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 […]

How Can I Prove My Relationship?

Whether you are in a marriage, common-law or conjugal relationship, in order to have a successful sponsorship application, it is important to prove that you have a genuine relationship. You may be thinking that this is simple enough, but that is because you have knowledge of the true state of your relationship. The challenging part […]

How can you prove your conjugal relationship?

The Canadian government in various ways tries to unite families, and hence, comes up with various programs that help Canadian residents unite with their partners and families. As part of family sponsorships, a Canadian citizen or permanent resident is allowed to sponsor their conjugal partner. A conjugal partner, is a foreign national living outside of […]

Can You Sponsor Your Fiancée or Conjugal Partner?

Spousal Sponsorship Can You Sponsor Your Fiancée or Conjugal Partner? Canada’s immigration system recognizes the importance of family. In this regard, Citizenship and Immigration Canada has established ways for you, a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident, to reunite with your family members if for some reason you are currently not living together. If your foreign […]

Overseas Conjugal Partner Sponsorship

When attempting to Sponsor a qualifying loved one abroad, having an understanding of the law can be a great asset while compiling your application. To understand the concepts and regulations that govern Immigration in Canada, you will need to understand the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR). […]

Sponsor My Conjugal Partner in Canada

How to Sponsor My Conjugal Partner in Canada For many, Canada is a land of opportunity and equality. The same can be said for Canada’s Immigration system which seeks to account for many people in many unique situations. One such unique situation that occurs in the Sponsorship Program is the Conjugal Sponsorship Category. When people […]

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