Well it might interest you that making plans for a family member to migrate to Canada is not going to be very easy and here is what I mean.
Sponsoring a family member to Canada involves a process that is typically handled by the Canadian government. The process varies depending on the specific family member you want to sponsor. As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, here is a general overview of the process for sponsoring a spouse, partner, or dependent child:
– To be a sponsor, you must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, or a person registered in Canada as an Indian under the Canadian Indian Act.
– You must be at least 18 years old.
– You must prove that you are not receiving social assistance for reasons other than a disability.
2. Choose the Appropriate Family Member
– You can sponsor a spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner, dependent child, parent, or grandparent.
3. Gather Required Documents
– Ensure that you have all the necessary documents for both the sponsor and the family member being sponsored.
4. Complete the Application Package
– Obtain the application package for the specific family member you want to sponsor from the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website.
5. Pay Fees
– Pay the required sponsorship fee and any other applicable fees.
6. Submit the Application
– Mail the completed application package to the appropriate address provided in the guide.
7. Processing Time
– Wait for the application to be processed. Processing times can vary.
– If the sponsorship application is approved, the sponsored family member will receive their permanent residence status.
9. Family Member’s Obligations
– The sponsored family member must fulfill certain obligations, such as undergoing medical examinations.
10. Permanent Residence
– Once the sponsored family member meets all the requirements, they can become a permanent resident of Canada.
It’s important to note that immigration policies and procedures can change, so it’s advisable to check the official IRCC website or consult with an immigration professional for the most up-to-date information.
For the most current and accurate information, please visit the official Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website or consult with a qualified immigration professional.