by: Russ Weninger Frequently Asked Questions
Sponsorship - Basic Requirement for Sponsors
What are the Basic Requirement for Sponsors?
To be able to sponsor family members, the sponsoring party must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, must reside in Canada, must be at least 18 years of age, and in some cases must have sufficient income to support relatives when they arrive in Canada.
There’s no minimum income level required in sponsoring a spouse, minor child, common-law-partner, or conjugal partner, although income requirements may apply to sponsoring other types of relatives.
The sponsor must enter into a written agreement with the Government of Canada to support a sponsored spouse, common-law-partner, conjugal partner, or other family member for a period of time.
The process of immigrating to Canada through the Family Sponsorship program can be complex both for the applicant and the sponsor.
Getting the assistance of Russ Weninger Immigration Law can help make the application process smooth and give you the best chance of approval.
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