Child Sponsorship Application – Case Study
Type of Case: Canadian Child Sponsorship Application
The applicant is a citizen of Russia whose parent is a citizen of Canada. The applicant has been residing in Canada for approximately 3-4 years, has established himself in the country and is currently studying at a recognized university in Canada. His father, who currently lives abroad, sponsored him in an effort to allow him the opportunities in Canada that he would not receive in his home country.
How the Firm Helped with this Canadian Child Sponsorship Application:
After preparing the proper application forms and guiding the client with respect to the documentation required, we faced the obstacle of his father residing overseas. An officer processing the application was not convinced that his father would return to Canada and therefore would not be able to undertake the sponsorship agreement.
If it was not for the quick thinking of the firm in helping the client provide documents that demonstrated the contrary, it is possible the application would have been refused and the applicant could have potentially been required to leave Canada.
The firm was successful in acquiring the applicant’s permanent resident status.
Our client had to say this once we were able to help them get an approval on their sponsorship visa.
Thank you very much… this is excellent news. I am very happy. Thank you to Niren & Associates. At Niren & Associates we are so happy we more often then not have these success stories. If you need help with a Canadian spousal sponsorship application, then feel free to use the form to the right of this page to get in touch with us for an assessment of your immigration matter.
About Fadi Minawi
Fadi primarily practices in US Immigration Law. He assists with matters relating to business immigration (including: relocation, expansion, investments, and work visas), litigation, admissibility issues, customs forfeitures and other cross-border issues. Fadi is also a criminal defense attorney and can assist with criminal matters in the US. Read more
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