Family Sponsorship

Family Sponsorship pathways to reunite with family in Canada

Sponsor must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and must meet following requirements:
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Able to financially support family members and dependents, if required
  • Sign an agreement with IRCC or Quebec to extend support sponsored relative for a specific period of time
  • Must reside in Canada or intent to live in Canada when the sponsored relative lands in Canada
  • Not be incarcerated or charged with serious offence/s
  • Not under a removal order
  • Not be a bankrupt
  • Not receiving a social assistance other than disability
  • Not in default of any undertaking, immigration loan or debt
Canadian citizen and permanent resident can sponsor following family members:
  • Spouse/common-law partner/conjugal partner (includes same-sex relationships)
  • Dependent Child
  • Adopted Child
  • Parents
  • Grandparents
  • Orphaned brothers or sisters (including half brother and sister), nephews or nieces, or grandchildren under 18 years and not married or in common-law relationship
  • Other relatives of “Lonely Canadian” – If sponsor does not have any of the above relatives that can be sponsored and have no other relatives who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents. In such situation, any other relative regardless of age or relationship can be sponsored.

To know more about this program or to assess your eligibility, please fill out our family sponsorship assessment form and submit it through “Request a Consultation” webform.

Request a Consultation

Parents & Grandparents Sponsorship

Spousal Sponsorship outside of Canada

Spousal Sponsorship inside of Canada