80 King Street, Suite 10

Welland, ON

L3B 3J2

Tel:   +1 (647) 558 0705

Fax: +1 (647) 930 1659

info@ramigration.ca

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Spousal / Partner Sponsorship

There are two types of applications for spouses and Common-Law Sponsorship, which are:

Out of Canada Spousal Sponsorship

This type applies when the sponsored spouse is outside Canada, his/her application is processed through the visa office in the sponsored spouse's country of citizenship where he/she is legally residing. You still can apply under this category even if you live with your spouse/common-law inside Canada. Unlike the domestic spouse category, you have the right to appeal in case of a refusal.

Inland Spousal Sponsorship In order for your application to be processed in Canada, you and your sponsored spouse/common-law MUST live together. The sponsored spouse/common-law being sponsored must have temporary status in Canada (worker, student, or visitor). The sponsored person may also be eligible for an OPEN WORK PERMIT.

 

You may sponsor the following people and their dependent children (21 years of age or younger):

 

Spouse (husband, wife, partner) if the marriage is legally recognized.

Common-law partners are not necessarily married but have lived together for one year at one point.

Conjugal Partner (if the partner does NOT falls into one of the above categories mentioned but has been in a committed relationship for at least 1 year. (There must be several circumstances that make cohabitation impossible, such as a job location, study abroad, marriage to another person, etc..).

 

Canada recognizes same-sex marriages/partners and they are eligible to apply under these 3 categories.

Spousal Sponsorship

There are two types of applications for spouses and Common-Law Sponsorship, which are:

 

- Out of Canada Spousal Sponsorship: This type applies when the sponsored spouse is outside Canada, his/her application is processed through the visa office in the sponsored spouse's country of citizenship where he/she is legally residing. You still can apply under this category even if you live with your spouse/common-law inside Canada. Unlike the domestic spouse category, you have the right to appeal in case of a refusal.

 

- Inland Spousal Sponsorship: In order for your application to be processed in Canada, you and your sponsored spouse/common-law MUST live together.

The sponsored spouse/common-law being sponsored must have a temporary status in Canada (worker, student or visitor). The sponsored person may also be eligible for an OPEN WORK PERMIT.

 

You may sponsor the following people and their dependent children (21 years of age or younger):

 

- Spouse (husband, wife, partner) if the marriage is legally recognized.

- Common-law partner not necessarily married but have lived together for one year at one point.

- Conjugal Partner (if the partner does NOT falls into one of the above categories mentioned but has been in a committed relationship for at least 1 year.

(There must be several circumstances that make cohabitation impossible, such as a job location, or study abroad, marraige to another person, etc..).

 

Canada recognizes same-sex marriages/partners and they are eligible to apply under these 3 categories.

Spousal Sponsorship

There are two types of applications for spouses and Common-Law Sponsorship, which are:

 

- Out of Canada Spousal Sponsorship: This type applies when the sponsored spouse is outside Canada, his/her application is processed through the visa office in the sponsored spouse's country of citizenship where he/she is legally residing. You still can apply under this category even if you live with your spouse/common-law inside Canada. Unlike the domestic spouse category, you have the right to appeal in case of a refusal.

 

- Inland Spousal Sponsorship: In order for your application to be processed in Canada, you and your sponsored spouse/common-law MUST live together.

The sponsored spouse/common-law being sponsored must have a temporary status in Canada (worker, student or visitor). The sponsored person may also be eligible for an OPEN WORK PERMIT.

 

You may sponsor the following people and their dependent children (21 years of age or younger):

 

- Spouse (husband, wife, partner) if the marriage is legally recognized.

- Common-law partner not necessarily married but have lived together for one year at one point.

- Conjugal Partner (if the partner does NOT falls into one of the above categories mentioned but has been in a committed relationship for at least 1 year.

(There must be several circumstances that make cohabitation impossible, such as a job location, or study abroad, marraige to another person, etc..).

 

Canada recognizes same-sex marriages/partners and they are eligible to apply under these 3 categories.

If you wish to use our professional service to sponsor your beloved partner for a permanent residency in Canada, please rest assured that our dedicated experienced team is glad to provide the service and help you to achive this goal. 

Business Hours

Monday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Tuesday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Wednesday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Thursday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Friday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Contact Us

80 King Street, Suite 10

Welland, ON  L3B 3J2

Canada.

Tel:   +1 (647) 558 0705

Fax: +1 (647) 930 1659

info@ramigration.ca