Family Member Sponsorship
If you are a permanent resident of Canada or a Canadian citizen, you may be able to sponsor a family member to Canada who might initially not be considered a member of the family class. This is an exceptional category that is open to certain sponsors and foreign nationals who are typically living in difficult and vulnerable situations either in Canada or outside of Canada.
Here are our useful blogs about Family Member Sponsorship
I became a permanent resident but did not include my common-law partner in my application. Can I apply to sponsor her now? At Keyork Immigration Law, we often speak to clients who failed to include a partner or dependent family […]
It depends on the relative that you are sponsoring. If you are applying to sponsor your parent or grandparent or applying for a supervisa for them to visit Canada then you do need to meet a Minimum Necessary Income […]
Why did this group of Canadian citizens decide to step up and raise the necessary funds to support bringing a Syrian refugee family to Canada? The story all started back in September 2015, after reading the front page of the […]
If you sponsor your spouse or common-law partner to Canada, you remain financially responsible for them for a three-year period even if the relationship breaks down for whatever reason and you may not sponsor any other individual as your family […]