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Family Sponsorship

Grandparents

Permanent Resident under the family class
 
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A permanent resident or a Canadian citizen is eligible to 
sponsor the following members for permanent immigration to 
Canada. Each case has its own micro-details. A regulated 
Canadian immigration consultant, will help you prepare a strong
application and maximize the success of the application. An 
application that is prepared immaturely can cause unnecessary 
delays and possibly even a rejection from the immigration 
authorities. 
  • Your spouse, common-law or conjugal partner*. ​​
  • Your dependent child.
  • Your mother or father
  • Your grandparents.
  • Sister or Brother
    • Under 18
    • Orphaned
    • not married or in a common-law relationship.
  • Nephew or Niece
    • Under 18, or​
    • Orphaned
    • not married or in a common-law relation.
  • Grandchildren
    • Under 18, or​
    • Orphaned
    • not married or in a common-law relation.
  • Dependent Child under 22 years old - must not be married or in a common-law relationship.
  • ​Dependent Child over 22 years old
    • Physical or mental condition - dependent​
    • not married or in a common-law relation.
  • An adopted person under 18 years old, special conditions apply as per Immigration Regulations*
  • An adopted person over 18 years old, special conditions apply as per Immigration Regulations*
  • Lonely permanent resident or Canadian citizen in Canada can sponsor any relative, special conditions apply.
The above is a basic summary on who can be sponsored and who cannot be. However, with each case special exceptions and conditions apply. 
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