Family Class Immigration
The Family Class Sponsorship Program aims to reunite PR’s with their blood relations, relatives, and loved ones.
What is the eligibility for the person seeking sponsorship?
- Spouse or conjugal partner, common-law
- Dependent child
- Sibling, nephew, niece, or grandchild under 18 years of age who is unmarried and having deceased parents.
What is a Spouse/Partner?
- Candidates eligible for sponsorship:
- Common-law partner:
- Conjugal partner:
- Same-sex relationships
What is a Dependent Child?
- An offspring of the sponsor, or an offspring of the sponsor’s spouse or common law partner, can be viewed as a reliant kid in case they are under age 22 and don't have a mate or common law partner of their own. Youngsters over age 22 can be wards in the event that they depended on their folks for monetary help before age 22, and can't monetarily uphold themselves because of a psychological or state of being.
Who can Sponsor?
- A sponsor should be a grown-up Canadian PR or resident beyond 18 years old. Support should live in Canada, except if they are a resident at present living abroad and intending to dwell in Canada once the sponsored individual arrives and shows up.
- A person cannot sponsor if they are:
- in prison
- subject to an order of removal
- Receiving assistance from the government (except for disability)
- Convicted of an offense of a violent or sexual nature, or bringing about substantial mischief of a relative.
- failed to pay child support payments
- failed to pay off immigration loans, or made late or missed out the payments
- Have sponsored a family member in the past and failed to meet the terms
- Have sponsored a previous spouse or partner who has not been a PR for more than 3 years.