Hi Amandine, It is with great pleasure to inform you that, my parents have received their passports along with visa stamp from Canadian High Commission until 2006. I have asked them to send me a copy of visa stamp (thru scanning). Super-Visa Application is successfully accepted!!!! I must thank you from the bottom of my heart- the whole team […]Continue Reading
Canada Family Sponsorship Immigration News
The latest news about Family Class immigration to Canada, including sponsorship and family reunification programs that grant permanent residency for spouses, children, parents and other extended family. For more information on the immigration process and requirements for family immigration visas to Canada, visit our section on the Family Class Sponsorship Program.
Late last year, the Canadian Government put the sponsorship of parents and grandparents on hold due to a backlog of applications. Instead, they introduced the Super Visa, which is a 10-year, multiple-entry visa for temporary visits. Options to Limit Sponsorship of Parents and Grandparents Considered The program is currently under review as Citizenship, Immigration and […]Continue Reading
Super Visa Applications for Parents and Grandparents Today is the day that Canada immigration gets “Super”. Super Visas for Parents and Grandparents are now effective. Super Visas are Visas for Parents and Grandparents of Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents who wish to come to Canada on a temporary basis. Super Visas will be issued for […]Continue Reading
Only 14 per cent of schools accept children of non immigration-status parents Social Planning Toronto, an organization dedicated to improving quality of life through social planning in the city, recently went undercover to see if Toronto-area Catholic schools will accept children of non-status immigrant parents. Researchers pretended to be family members of non-status children living in […]Continue Reading
Did you know that the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program allows for Family Sponsorships by “distant relatives”?
// How to come to Alberta through the Provincial Nominee Program It is well known that under the Federal immigration system, Family Class sponsorships in Canada are restricted to spouses, common law partners, parents and grandparents (and dependent children). If you are a member of the family class, you may be eligible to be sponsored […]Continue Reading
What You Need to Know About “Adoption for Immigration” A small mention proposing new regulations on family relationships for immigrants was mentioned in Saturday’s Canada Gazette about ‘adoption for immigration in Canada. The Canada Gazette is a publication put out by the Government of Canada that contains information on notices for the public, hearings and […]Continue Reading
Canadian Citizenship for Adopted Kids Last week, a hearing began for a teenager who is under threat of deportation back to his native Congo for committing a crime. Immigrant young offenders, unlike their age of majority counterparts, are not typically deported when they commit a severe crime. The teenager was recently released from a juvenile […]Continue Reading
Hello Mr. Niren, I would like your opinion on my sponsorship. My husband was refused because of my previous marriage. Canada Immigration jumped to the conclusion that my second marriage is not bona fide because of my previous marriage was brief . I have reapply with more proof that my marriage is genuine. What do […]Continue Reading
As reported by Torstar News, government documents reveal that just under 50% of spousal sponsorship applications are refused from certain regions such as southern China, Western Africa. In other areas refusal rates are also unacceptably high. MP Olivia Chow calls this high refusal rate “cruel and arbitrary”. I cannot agree more. At our office, we […]Continue Reading
Spousal Sponsorship Q&A Question: I am a Canadian Citizen. I am married to a foreign citizen. I want to sponsor him/her to Canada but I do not have a high income. The reason my income is low is because I am mostly living outside of Canada to be with my spouse. I am afraid that […]Continue Reading
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