SPOUSAL / COMMONLAW / CONJUGAL PARTNER SPONSORSHIP
Canadian Citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their Spouse / Common Law or Conjugal Partner for Permanent residence of Canada:
SPOUSE: A person with whom you are legally married. For the purpose of sponsorship for Canadian Permanent Residence, your spouse must be of 18 years age at the time of sponsorship.
COMMON LAW PARTNER:
The Common-Law partner is not legally married to you, can be either sex and must be at least 18 year old. In order to be a Considered as a Common-law partner, you must have been living together for at least 12 months consecutive months in a conjugal relationship without any long periods apart.
The conjugal partner is neither married nor in a common-law nor conjugal relationship with you but has been in a relationship with you for one year, lives outside Canada and can not live with you or marry in their country of residence or marry you because of significant legal and immigration reasons.
You can sponsor your spouse, Common-law or conjugal partner if:
For Sponsorship of spouse, common law and conjugal partner and dependent children, you do not need to show any financial requirement. However, for sponsorship of the others you need to prove your certain income and financial requirements.
Sponsorship application is a two staged process. In the first stage, sponsor’s eligibility is evaluated. Upon completion of sponsor’s eligibility to sponsor, applicant’s eligibility and admissibility are assessed.
WHY CHOOSE EURO IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS:
At Euro Immigration Consultants, we are experienced and licensed to compile and submit your sponsorship and Permanent Residence application under this category and represent you before IRCC. We have huge experience in handling sponsorship application from various countries.
ASSESSMENT PROCESS BY FEDERAL IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT (IRCC)
1. ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT
As a first step applicants are assessed for their eligibility in the said class of immigration.
2. ADMISSIBILITY ASSESSMENT
After completion of eligibility review, applicants and any accompanying family members are assessed for Admissibility as per the Canadian Immigration & Refugees Protection Act. The admissibility assessment process can take longer depending upon country of origin of the applicant, country of Application and several other factors. The seven factors that can make an applicant inadmissible from applying for Canadian Permanent Residence are:
2. Human or International Rights Violation
3. Serious Criminality
4. Organized Criminality
5. Health Issues
6. Financial Reasons
HOW TO APPLY
ASSESSMENT: For an detailed assessment of your profile please submit our online assessment form or contact us.
Our Regulated Immigration Consultant Mr. Ahmad Junaid Salik-Member ICCRC # R509291 will review your profile and book a consultation meeting to assess your advise and start process accordingly.
i. Eligible candidates are invited for a Zoom / in person meeting with our consultant at which applicants get a chance to discuss their case at length.
ii. Applicants are sent our retainer agreement
iii. Upon receipt of signed retainer agreement and initial instalment of Professional fee, client file is opened at our end.
iv. Client is sent a link of our CRM in which client can track all his records, payment, upload documents, actions performed by our team and progress of client application.
v. At Euro Immigration Consultants, we charge our professional fee in 2-3 instalments as per the task ahead.