Spouse/Common-Law/Conjugal Partner and Child Sponsorship

The process of sponsoring a spousal or partner might seem to be very simple. As Spouse and Child Sponsorship in Canada can help you become a permanent resident you might think all that is needs to be done is if to sign some official papers and then wait for approval from the government. However, applicants should be aware that even though there is no point-based award system and neither your career history nor your language proficiency is being evaluated, the government official does evaluate your relationship to ensure that it is genuine and real. Immigration officials will do their best to assess your case and consider any relevant cultural practices from the country or rejoin you are from.

Nevertheless, there are always “red flags”   or indicators that may cause immigration officials to suspect that your relationship is not genuine and but rather a  “marriage of convenience “.It is important to know what can be considered as “red flags” and how to deal with them.  It is important that you prepare and submit be the best application to convince CIC that your relationship is genuine. You should also note that applications involving a spouse who is living in countries of lower socioeconomic development often invites extra scrutiny from immigration officials.

Dependent Children or Adopted Children can be included in this application as long as documented proof is provided. Steps2Canada professionals are experienced in all matters of spouse and child sponsorship in Canada. Let us help you reunite you with your loved one. Contact us for any information you need. You can also read our blogs to find out more about Canada Immigration.