In Land Canadian Spousal Sponsorship – Case Study
Type of Case: In Land Canadian Spousal Sponsorship
The applicant and sponsor are a recently wed couple who are attempting to start their life in Canada. As starting any family is often challenging, it is even more so when only one is able to work due to a lack of work status for the applicant. As an permanent matter can be time consuming in terms of processing, this couple needed quick results so they could continue to prosper in Canada.
How the Firm Helped with In Land Spousal Sponsorship Application:
As the firm anticipated the elongated processing times of Citizenship and Immigration Canada, we submitted an open spousal work permit application along with the spousal sponsorship in an effort to cut down on potential wait times. Should the applicant receive the appropriate approval, Citizenship and Immigration Canada would have everything they needed to continue processing an open spousal work permit without delay.
The firm was successful in acquiring the initial approval and subsequent open spousal work permit within 3-4 months, a process that typically takes between 6-12 months.
Our client had to say this once we were able to help them get an approval on their sponsorship visa.
O my goodness, this is amazing. I can’t believe it happened so quickly, we were not expecting this. Thank you so very much.
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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