2014 Parental and Grandparent Sponsorships Has Reached Cap

Parental and Grandparent visa cap reached

Hi, this is Michael Niren and I am an immigration lawyer and founder of visaplace.com.  Just an update on the parental sponsorship procedures no longer accepted for 2014, as well as, a grandparent applications.

Parental and Grandparent Sponsorship Update

Five thousand applications have been reached, meaning that there is a cap and it has been reached. So for 2014, if you want to bring your mother or father or grandparent to Canada, you can use the Super Visa route which is great still because it will bring your loved ones to Canada, at least for a temporary period, during which time you can prepare a  sponsorship application for the new year.  Unfortunately, only five thousand were allowed this year.  That’s not very many.  And hopefully, next year there will be more that will be allowed.

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Contact our experienced team today, and let us help you with your Parental and Grandparent Sponsorship.

UPDATE: The above is an archived article. Learn more about the newest information regarding the Super Visa.

Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

  • adeola

    I am in the process of preparing an application for supervisa for my parents. and i have some few urgent questions. please kindly contact me via email [email protected]

    • Hello Adeola,

      Thank you for your question. We will require further information about your matter, as such, please contact our office through email at [email protected] to book an consultation so that we can try to assist with your matter.

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