Spouse sponsorship is a common way for Canadian citizens or permanent residents to bring their foreign national spouse or partner to live with them in Canada. This process allows couples to reunite and build a life together in Canada. However, understanding the processing time for spouse sponsorship applications is crucial to ensure a successful and timely application. Knowing how long it...Read More
In an effort to address the pressing labor shortages across the country, the government of Canada has announced new rules for work permits in Canada in 2023. Starting in January of that year, spouses, common-law partners, and working age dependents of temporary workers of all skill levels will be eligible to apply for a work permit in Canada. This two-year measure is expected to grant work...Read More
The Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) is a highly sought-after immigration pathway for Canadian citizens and permanent residents who wish to bring their parents and grandparents to Canada. However, this program is also very competitive, and many Canadian citizens and permanent residents find it difficult to get their loved ones to Canada through this program.
In this blog post, we will...Read More
The timing of the withdrawal of your family sponsorship application is crucial. This has to be completed before the sponsored relative receives permanent residence. So, if you have a question, such as “Can I withdraw my spousal sponsorship application?”, then the answer is yes.
You have the right to cancel your sponsorship application at any moment before the person you are...Read More
Canada accepts approximately 100,000 family-class immigrants each year and works to reunite families as part of its immigration strategy. A sponsor is required for all family-class immigration procedures.
An undertaking is one of the key criteria for family sponsorship. An undertaking is a legally binding agreement that the sponsor signs stating that you are accepting obligation for your...Read More