Canada PR Sponsorship Types
Though Canada Spouse Visa is practically considered as a PR or a Permanent Residency visa, there are many other ways in which other eligible individuals can be sponsored. Even if the person being sponsored is not their spouse, as long as the relationship is recognised and satisfies the norms of family relationships under the Canadian Immigration law, the said individual will be eligible for a PR.
But the fundamentals here remain the same. The sponsorship has to come from a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is at least 18 years of age.
Other than spouse or partner, here's a list of types of family members that Canada permits its citizens and permanent residents to sponsor.
- Dependent relatives of qualifying relatives
Sponsorship can also be sought for a brother or sister, nephew or niece or orphaned grandchild, but for these relatives to qualify, they have to be unmarried or under the age of 18. Do note that siblings over 18 years of age and adults cannot be sponsored under any circumstances.
To know more about Canada Spouse Visa, call the office of Saga Studies in Amritsar at +91-183-5061333. You can also mail your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.