Legal Guidance
for Family Immigration

We recognize that family reunification is a top priority for many people, and we are committed to exploring all available solutions, such as the Canada Sponsorship Program or non-family class options. We can also help with other family class immigration issues, such as sponsoring parents and grandparents to come to Canada. We can evaluate your family’s unique circumstances and advise you on the best course of action to achieve your immigration goals.

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“We understand that family reunification is a top priority for many individuals, and we are committed to exploring all available options to help you achieve your goals.”

-Amandeep Hayer


Understanding Canada’s Sponsorship Program

Canada welcomes immigrants annually through its family sponsorship program, thereby promoting cultural diversity and fostering strong familial ties. The program allows Canadian citizens or permanent residents to sponsor eligible family members for Canadian immigration. The benefits extend to granting sponsored relatives the right to live, work, and study in Canada, thus enhancing social cohesion.

Eligible family members include:

  1. Spouses, Common Law Partners or Conjugal Partners
  2. Children
  3. Parents and Grandparents

Eligibility to be a Sponsor

To be considered a sponsor, one must meet specific guidelines. Among these are:

  • Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident at least 18 years old.
  • Certain exceptions may apply for sponsoring non-immediate family members.
  • There are no financial prerequisites for sponsoring spouses or dependent children.

The eligibility conditions substantially impact family reunification and, consequently, the sense of belonging in Canada. Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act lays out these requirements explicitly.

Sponsorship Process Explained

Filling out forms, paying fees, and undergoing an eligibility assessment are all part of the process of applying for sponsorship. Our team conducts a thorough evaluation to ensure that all legal requirements are met, resulting in a legally binding sponsorship agreement. We offer legal advice and representation throughout the application process, from determining eligibility to completing required forms and documentation and communicating with the IRCC.

Sponsorship Obligations Overview

While family sponsorship has numerous advantages, it also comes with duties the sponsor must fulfill, such as:

  • Signing a legally binding commitment to provide for the sponsored individual’s basic needs. The length of the agreement varies depending on who is being sponsored (parent, child or spouse).
  • Assuming legal responsibilities under an agreement with the Canadian government.
  • Maintaining financial commitments unaffected by any change in personal circumstances.
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