If you are at least 18 years old, a Permanent Resident currently living in Canada, or a Citizen of Canada, you may be eligible to bring your family to live in Canada.
One of the eligibility requirements to sponsor your family members is that you should not be a recipient of any social assistance, except for disability.
To become a sponsor, you must "promise" to financially take care of the person you are sponsoring, for a period of time. This is called an undertaking and it includes:
- Providing basic needs and financial support for your sponsored family members;
- Repaying any provincial social assistance your sponsored family member gets during the duration of the undertaking.
It is important to point out that the person you are sponsoring must also be eligible to come to Canada, pass medical exams, present police clearance documents, and collect biometrics.
To make sure you are eligible to sponsor a family member and to make sure their application is processed smoothly, count on our exceptional team of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants to assist yours and your loved ones Pathways to Canada.
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