Family Sponsorship

Once you become a permanent resident of Canada, you are welcome to sponsor your family members. This means that you can apply for permanent resident status on behalf of your spouse or partner, your dependent children or adopted children, your parents, your grandparents, and many more. As a permanent residents of Canada, both you and your family will have the right to:

  • Access most of the social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, including health care coverage.
  • Live, work or study anywhere in Canada.
  • Apply for Canadian citizenship.
  • Protection under Canadian law, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

These benefits, however, come with a number of duties and obligations. In order to sponsor a family member, you must: i) support your relative financially when they arrive, ii) be able to meet basic needs for yourself and your relative (such as food, shelter, and clothing), and iii) make sure that your relative does not need social assistance.

If you are unsure of whether a family member is eligible for sponsorship, do not hesitate to ask. The CanadaPass team consists of seasoned professionals who are ready to support you in every step of the application and sponsorship process. We will also help you appeal to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), if it turns out that one or more of your family members is rejected.

For more details please see this link

Family Sponsorship

Once you become a permanent resident of Canada, you are welcome to sponsor your family members. This means that you can apply for permanent resident status on behalf of your spouse or partner, your dependent children or adopted children, your parents, your grandparents, and many more. As a permanent residents of Canada, both you and your family will have the right to:

  • Access most of the social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, including health care coverage.
  • Live, work or study anywhere in Canada.
  • Apply for Canadian citizenship.
  • Protection under Canadian law, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

These benefits, however, come with a number of duties and obligations. In order to sponsor a family member, you must: i) support your relative financially when they arrive, ii) be able to meet basic needs for yourself and your relative (such as food, shelter, and clothing), and iii) make sure that your relative does not need social assistance.

If you are unsure of whether a family member is eligible for sponsorship, do not hesitate to ask. The CanadaPass team consists of seasoned professionals who are ready to support you in every step of the application and sponsorship process. We will also help you appeal to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), if it turns out that one or more of your family members is rejected.

For more details please see this link