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Family Immigration Canada

One of the best ways to reunite with your family in Canada is through sponsorship. In 2021, 300 thousand – 410 thousand families will be sponsored by permanent residents or Canadian citizens!

You can sponsor certain relatives to come live, study and work in Canada if you’re at least 18 years old and a permanent citizen of Canada. To do this though there are some requirements that have to be met by both the relative being sponsored as well as yourself.

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Spousal Sponsorship Program is one of the programs under the Family Class Immigration category.

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The Parents and Grandparents (PGP) Program is a unique pathway under the Family Class Immigration Category

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Children under the age of 22 and not having a spouse or common-law partner qualify as dependent children for Canadian immigration

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What is Family Immigration?

The Family Immigration program is one of the easy ways to be a resident in Canada for visiting, working, or studying. In this program, a permanent resident of Canada can sponsor someone to enter Canada to work, study, or travel.

Who is eligible to sponsor someone to be a resident in Canada?

Anyone who is 18 years or older and a permanent resident in Canada can sponsor anyone to enter Canada.

What type of Family Immigration Programs are there?

There are three types of programs to apply online for family immigration to Canada:

  • Spousal – In this category, your spouse is eligible to apply for an open work permit or a visitor visa while waiting for the sponsorship application to be approved.
  • Parents and Grandparents Program – Permanent citizens of Canada can sponsor their parents and grandparents to be Canadian residents. The minimum age should be at least 18 years while applying.
  • Dependent Child Sponsorship – Children who are under the age of 22 years are eligible to be sponsored. These children should not have any spouse or common-law partner to be eligible for this program.