Parents Sponsorship Canada
It’s difficult to move away from home and leave your parents on the other coast. Reuniting families in Canada is one of the goals of the Canadian government. The second highly sought-after immigration track within the family class is grandparents and parent sponsorship, which is in addition to spousal sponsorship. The Canadian government changed the application process for the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) in 2017. 10,000 applications from Canadian citizens and permanent residents who want to sponsor their parents or grandparents to immigrate to Canada were chosen at random by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). In order to help potential sponsors determine their eligibility based on minimum income requirements, more questions have been added to the 2018 edition. Shreehari Immigration Consultants will assist you with Immigration through Parents Sponsorship Canada.
If you are not invited to sponsor your parents or grandparents in 2020, you may submit a sponsorship interest form in 2021. Continue checking updates if you’re still interested in sponsoring your parents in case a second round of invites to do so is made public.
You must submit your entire application package by the time stated in your invitation if you are requested to apply to sponsor your parents or grandparents. Your parents will immigrate to Canada once you are approved as a sponsor and the eligibility test is successful.
Please be aware that you may only submit your application package once. It is essential to avoid any mistakes that could lead to additional delays or, in rare situations, application rejections given the lengthy application processing times. Hire an immigration consultant to aid you and guide you through the procedure to save time. We provide a variety of solutions, including full representation and self-managed choices like hourly consultation, final review, and Personal packages, allowing you to pick between in-person and online services.
Parents & Grandparents Sponsorship
Interest To Sponsor
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You must apply to become a sponsor if you are chosen to apply, and your parents and grandparents must apply for permanent residency. The applications must be sent in by the deadline stated in your invitation. Below is more information on forms, costs, and processing times.
Who Can Sponsor Parents To Canada
You Must... In Order To Sponsor...
Be at least 18 years old;
Be a citizen of Canada, a recognized Indian, or a permanent resident;
Sponsoring a participant in the Family Class;
Commit to meet the basic needs of the individual being sponsored by signing an agreement;
Sign a contract confirming your common understanding of your roles and responsibilities with the individual you are sponsoring;
Prove that you earn enough money to support the people covered in your sponsorship commitment as well as your Canadian family members’ basic needs. You might have a co-signer as well.
If You..., You May Not Sponsor.
Need social assistance but not because of a handicap,
Are in breach of an agreement, a loan for immigration, a performance bond, or payments for family support,
Are a bankrupt with no discharge,
Were found guilty of a sexual offense, a violent crime, a crime that results in physical harm to a relative, or an attempt or threat to commit any of these offenses—depending on the specifics of the offense, when it occurred, and whether a pardon was granted.
Have a removal order in place,
Are incarcerated in a prison, jail, reformatory, or penitentiary
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Express Entry is an online system used to handle applications from skilled workers who want to become permanent residents of Canada. It’s not its own immigration program; instead, it helps choose the most suitable candidates for Canada’s existing skilled worker immigration programs.
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Parents Sponsorship in Canada
sponsoring your parents in Canada is a profound way to bring your family together and create lifelong memories. While the process may seem daunting, the rewards are immeasurable.
Parent sponsorship goes beyond reunification; it strengthens family bonds and contributes to the rich tapestry of Canadian multiculturalism.