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Sponsor your family members to immigrate to Canada ~ CIC News 2024

Which Family Members Can I Sponsor To Come To Canada?

Do you dream of rejoining your loved ones in Canada? Why don’t you sponsor them for permanent residence in Canada? Through the sponsorship process, eligible family members of permanent residents or Canadian citizens are permitted to sponsor them for permanent residence in Canada.

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Who Can You Sponsor?

You would be relieved to know, as a sponsor, that most of your family members would be considered eligible, including the following:

  • Parents and grandparents
  • Brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, and grandchildren (under certain conditions)
  • Spouse or common-law partner
  • Dependent children (including adopted children)

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Types of Sponsorships

There are three main types of sponsorships available. They are:

  • Spouses and common-law partners
  • Parents and grandparents
  • Other eligible family members

Each type has its own specific requirements and eligibility criteria.

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Eligibility Requirements

To sponsor your loved ones, you must:

  • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Live in Canada
  • Be able to financially support yourself and the sponsored person(s) for several years following their arrival in Canada

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Processing Times

The processing time for sponsorship applications may take 12 to 24 months. The processing period is subject to the case’s complexity.





 

How To Get Started?

The first and foremost step is learning the specific requirements for bringing in your family and collecting all the required documentation. However, sponsorship is a complex process that may vary according to different situations, therefore, we recommend you consult licensed Canadian immigration advisers for positive results.

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