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Spousal and Family Sponsorship

How to Sponsor Your Spouse, Common-Law Partner, Conjugal Partner or Dependent Child in Canada


You can become a sponsor in Canada if you are:

  • a Canadian citizen;
  • at least 18 years of age; and
  • live in Canada


Can You Sponsor Someone in Canada If You Do Not Live in Canada?
It is not possbile to sponsor someone to live in Canada if you are not living in the country at the time. Even if you are a permanent resident of Canada, you must be in the country when you sponsor someone.

You must also prove that you qualify as a sponsor by showing you can provide:

For yourself;
For your spouse/partner; and
For your or your spouse’s dependents



You cannot apply to be a sponsor in Canada if you:

Receive social assistance (this does not include social disability);
Have sponsored someone else within 3 years of becoming a permanent resident in Canada;
Have defaulted on an immigration loan or performance bond;
Have not paid alimony or child support (if applicable);
Have been convicted of a crime;
Were sponsored yourself and became a permanent resident of Canada less than 5 years ago;
Are in a jail, reformatory, prison; or
Are under a removal order

 


You can sponsor your:

Spouse;
Common-law partner;
Conjugal partner
Dependent child
Depending on who you sponsor, the documents you need to apply with may change:

If you sponsor your conjugal partner or dependent child, you can apply for Family Class; and
If you sponsor your spouse or common-law partner, apply for either Family Class or the Spouse or Common-Law Partner Class.

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