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Family Sponsorship Programs

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Canada places significant emphasis on family reunification and has developed specific immigration programs tailored to sponsor the relatives and dependents of its citizens and permanent residents. The Family Class permits Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their dependent children, parents, grandparents, as well as their spouse or common-law/conjugal partner. Canadian Visa Offices prioritize the processing of Family Class applications.

Sponsor Your Spouse/Common-Law or Conjugal Partner:

Any Canadian citizen or permanent resident can sponsor their legally married spouse, including same-sex marriages conducted in Canada or legally recognized elsewhere. Common-law partners, along with their eligible dependent children, can also be sponsored. The sponsor must demonstrate the intention to live together and provide financial support. Upon PR approval, applicants gain the right to live, study, or work in Canada. Conjugal partners separated due to factors like war or discrimination for at least a year can be reunited through a sponsorship application, leading to permanent residency and the right to live, work, and study in Canada.

Sponsor Your Parents/Grandparents:

You can sponsor your parents and grandparents if you meet the following criteria:

  • At least 18 years old.
  • Reside in Canada.
  • Be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada.
  • Have sufficient financial means to support the individuals you wish to sponsor.


To demonstrate financial capability, proof of income is required, and the minimum necessary income level for the program must be exceeded. As a sponsor, you commit to providing financial support for your sponsored family members for 20 years from the time they become permanent residents. You also agree to repay any provincial social assistance they receive during that period. A sponsorship agreement outlines responsibilities, ensuring the provision of basic needs and the sponsored person’s effort to support themselves and their family. This agreement is part of the application process, requiring completion and signatures.