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Eligible To Qualify As A Sponsor

- Must be at least 18 years old -
- Must be a Canadian citizen, Or a Permanent Resident -
- Cannot receive social assistance -
- Sponsor must provide for the basic needs of the sponsored -

Those Qualified To Be Sponsored

- Spouse and Common law -
- Children less than 18 years -
- Parents and Grandparents -
- Sponsorship of a Refugee -
- Sponsor Orphaned Relative -
- Sponsor Relative if lonely -

Some Other Immigration Options

- Student Visa -
- Express Entry -
- Tourist Visa -
- Business Investment -
- Foreign worker -
- Super Visa -


Permanent Residence

Over A Million Yearly Applicants

Temporary Residence

Over 8 Million Yearly Visitors

Sponsor To Canada

Family Sponsorship is one of the main pillars of Canadian immigration centers on family reunification. Canadian citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their family members to immigrate to Canada.

Members of the family class eligible for sponsorship include:
- - Spouse, common-law partner or conjugal partner
- - Dependent child
- - Parents
- - Grandparents
- - Siblings, nephew, niece or grandchild who is under 18 years, an orphan and not married or in a common-law relationship.
The person sponsored must live outside Canada, unless they are residing legally in Canada temporarily, for example with a work or study permit. All family members to be sponsored must undergo and pass a medical examination.

Eligibility requirements for the sponsor include:
- - Minimum age of 18 years
- - Canadian citizen, Permanent resident or Registered Indian
- - If the sponsor is a citizen and reside outsides Canada, the sponsor must reside in Canada when the sponsored person attains permanent residence
- - Meet LICO + 30% requirement for Parent and Grandparent sponsorship for 3 previous taxation years
- - Signed undertaking to provide the basic requirements of the sponsored person
- - Signed agreement with the sponsored person

Restrictions for a sponsor:

The following conditions prevents one from being a sponsor:
- - Detention in jail, reformatory or prison
- - Subject to a removal order
- - In the process of bankruptcy
- - Received social assistance from the government except for disability
- - Convicted of or attempted or threatened to commit an offence of a violent or sexual nature that resulted in bodily harm of a family member
- - Failed to pay child support payments
- - Failed to pay back immigration loans or made late or missed payments
- - Sponsored a family member in the past and failed to meet the terms
- - Sponsored a previous spouse or partner who has not been a permanent resident for more than 3 years
- - Was sponsored and became a permanent resident less than 5 years ago

Parrainage familial est l'un des principaux piliers des centres d'immigration canadiens sur le regroupement familial. Les citoyens canadiens et les résidents permanents peuvent parrainer les membres de leur famille pour immigrer au Canada.

Les membres de la catégorie de la famille admissibles au parrainage comprennent:
- - Époux, conjoint de fait ou partenaire conjugal
- - Enfant à charge
- - Parents
- - Grands-parents
- - Frères et sœurs, neveu, nièce ou petit-enfant de moins de 18 ans, orphelin et non marié ou en union libre.
La personne parrainée doit vivre à l'extérieur du Canada, à moins qu'elle ne réside légalement au Canada temporairement, par exemple avec un permis de travail ou d'études. Tous les membres de la famille à parrainer doivent subir et passer un examen médical.

Les conditions d'éligibilité pour le sponsor incluent:
- - Âge minimum de 18 ans
- - Citoyen canadien, résident permanent ou Indien inscrit
- - Si le répondant est un citoyen et réside à l'extérieur du Canada, le répondant doit résider au Canada lorsque la personne parrainée obtient la résidence permanente
- - Satisfait le SFR + exigence de 30% pour le parrainage des parents et grands-parents pour les 3 années d'imposition précédentes
- - Engagement signé de fournir les exigences de base de la personne parrainée
- - Accord signé avec la personne parrainée

Restrictions pour un sponsor:

Les conditions suivantes empêchent d'être sponsor:
- - Détention en prison, en maison de correction ou en prison
- - Sous réserve d'une mesure de renvoi
- - En cours de mise en faillite
- - A reçu de l'aide sociale du gouvernement sauf pour les personnes handicapées
- - Condamné ou tenté ou menacé de commettre une infraction de nature violente ou sexuelle ayant causé des lésions corporelles à un membre de la famille
- - Omission de verser des pensions alimentaires pour enfants
- - Omission de rembourser les prêts à l'immigration ou paiements en retard ou manqués
- - Parrainé un membre de la famille dans le passé et n'a pas respecté les conditions
- - Parrainé un ancien conjoint ou partenaire qui n'est pas résident permanent depuis plus de 3 ans
- - A été parrainé et est devenu résident permanent il y a moins de 5 ans

A permanent resident is a citizen of another country who has been granted permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada. Some of the immigration programs Canada offers include.

- Express Entry
- Family Sponsorship
- Start-Up Visa
- Self-Employed
- Provincial Nominee
- Caregiver

Un résident permanent est un citoyen d'un autre pays qui a obtenu le statut de résident permanent en immigrant au Canada. Certains des programmes d’immigration offerts par le Canada comprennent.

- Express Entry
- Family Sponsorship
- Start-Up Visa
- Self-Employed
- Provincial Nominee
- Caregiver

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Thousands of people knowingly misleads the public by providing Canada immigration services for a fee despite it's unlawful to do such. Some previously licensed immigration consultants also work unauthorized and it's illegal.


Less people get approved by applying themselves compared to those who use an authorized immigration professional. The key reasons for the rejection are poor documentation, misinformation, and incomplete data.


Canada 2019 Figures & Statistics

341,180 Total New Immigrants For The Year

Resettle In Canada Inc. is committed to providing immigration services to prospective immigrants from 170 countries.
The top 10 countries according to IRCC are below. This doesn't include visitors and students.

India - 85,585
China - 30,260
Philippines - 27,815
Nigeria - 12,595
USA - 10,800
Pakistan - 10,790
Syria - 10,120
Eritrea - 7,025
Korea - 6,110
Iran - 6,055


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