Call us Today

Jag. Team Lead

Canada Sponsorship - Partner and
Family

We’re here to help with your immigration journey, offering trusted advice and reliable service.

Call us today
Jag, Team Lead

Same Day Response

RCIC Licensed

300+ Cases Processed

Years of Experience

Family Sponsorship in Canada

At Gio Immigration Consulting, we understand the importance of family. That’s why we offer comprehensive guidance on family sponsorship in Canada, helping you reunite with your loved ones in your new home. Whether you’re looking to sponsor your spouse, children, or parents, we provide all the support you need to navigate the sponsorship process smoothly.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Spousal and Partner Sponsorship

Canadian citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their spouse, common-law partner, or conjugal partner for Canadian permanent residency. This Sponsorship can facilitate an open work permit, allowing your partner to work in Canada during the application process.

Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship

Strengthen your family ties by sponsoring your parents or grandparents to live permanently in Canada. This program requires proving financial stability to support your family members once they arrive.

Dependent Child Sponsorship

Include your dependent children in your journey to Canadian residency. Children under 22 years old who are not married can be sponsored to live with you in Canada.

Eligibility for Sponsorship

To be eligible to sponsor a family member to Canada, you must:

Application Process

The Sponsorship process involves several steps, including a background check, biometrics, and medical exams for the sponsored individuals. The processing time can vary, but it generally takes about 12 months. We ensure your application is complete and accurate to avoid any delays.

Why Choose Us?

At Gio Immigration Consulting, we pride ourselves on providing personalized assistance throughout your Sponsorship journey. With our expertise in Canadian immigration laws and dedication to family reunification, we help you bring your family together with ease and confidence.

How can I be eligible to sponsor a family member?

To be eligible to sponsor a family member to come to Canada, you must meet several criteria:

These requirements ensure that you can provide for the basic needs of your family members once they arrive in Canada.

1

Citizenship or Residency

You must be a Canadian citizen, a person registered in Canada as an Indian under the Canadian Indian Act, or a permanent resident of Canada.

2

Age

You must be at least 18 years old.

3

Residence in Canada

You must live in Canada, or if you are a citizen living outside Canada, you must plan to return to Canada when your sponsored family members become permanent residents.

4

Financial Support

You must prove that you can financially support the family members you plan to sponsor without accessing public funds.

Additional Sponsorship Requirements

In addition to the basic eligibility criteria, there are specific conditions and obligations that sponsors must fulfill:

1

Income Requirements

Sponsors must meet minimum income requirements to ensure they can support their relatives once they arrive in Canada. This involves providing proof of income, such as tax returns, to demonstrate financial stability above the low-income cut-off (LICO) for a period of three consecutive years prior to Sponsorship.

2

Repayment of Social Assistance

If the sponsored family member receives social assistance during the period of Sponsorship, the sponsor may be required to repay this amount, reinforcing the sponsor's financial responsibility for the family member.

3

Length of Commitment

The duration for which you are financially responsible for the sponsored relative varies depending on the relationship. For instance, the commitment for a spouse, common-law partner, or conjugal partner is usually three years from the day they become a permanent resident. For parents and grandparents, the commitment extends to 20 years.

Additional Sponsorship Opportunities

Beyond the primary family members you can sponsor, there are other categories, albeit less common:

Orphaned Close Relatives

You can sponsor orphaned brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, or grandchildren if they are under 18 and not married or in a common-law relationship.

Other Relatives

In exceptional circumstances, if you have no other relatives eligible under the Family Class Sponsorship and no relatives who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents, you might sponsor another relative regardless of age.

Age Requirements for sponsoring Family Members to Canada 

In Canada, anyone looking to sponsor a family member must be at least 18 years old. There is no upper age limit for Sponsorship, ensuring that individuals of any adult age can bring their close family members to Canada under the Sponsorship programs. 

At Gio Immigration Consulting, we are dedicated to guiding you through the intricacies of the Canadian immigration process. For more detailed information or assistance with your immigration needs, please visit our website or contact us directly.

Why Choose Us

At Gio Immigration Consulting, we offer comprehensive services to guide you through the work permit application process. Our experts are well-versed in Canadian immigration laws and will provide personalized assistance tailored to your specific circumstances.

1

Expert Guidance

Navigate the complexities of the application process with ease.

2

High Success Rate

Benefit from our proven track record of successful work permit applications.

3

Personalized Service

Receive tailored advice and support throughout your journey.

Reviews

What our clients say

"I need to express gratitude toward GIO Immigration for assisting me with getting my spousal PR and super visa. Mrs Jagdeep Kaur is extremely considerate and consistently there to address my inquiries immediately. She has been very supportive and helpful throughout the application process."
Sikader
GIO Immigration PR Client
Play Video
"I was completely impressed with their professionalism and customer service. Jagdeep helped a lot and made the process very smooth and simple. I highly recommend her service, it was truly a wonderful time!"
Gurpreet Jhamatt
GIO Immigration Client
Play Video

Immigration Advice You Can Trust

Get help with your immigration journey today. 

Call us today
Jag, Team Lead

Call us today
Jag, Team Lead

Claim Your Free Consultation Call

For more information or to start your application process, please contact us today. Our team is ready to help you achieve your goal of working in Canada.

Speak with our expert immigration consultant

Get specialized advice for your unique situation

Get a response the same day

Call us today

Jag, Team lead

Frequently asked questions

You asked.
We answered.

Here are some of the most common programs. Express entry, family sponsorship, provincial nominee program (PNP), Atlantic immigration, start-up visa, self-employed immigration, and caregiver immigration.

You can apply for your PR through one of the immigration programs. If you need help selecting which program is best for you, contact us for a free consultation.

Firstly you have to be a permanent resident or citizen of Canada. Secondly, you have to meet certain income requirements to sponsor. 

The short answer – it depends. The processing time will depend on the type of application and the current applications being processed by the IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada)

You will either need IELTs general, IELTs student, or CELPIP. This will depend on your immigration situation.

Each application and program has its own fee set by the IRCC. If you’re using an immigration consultant, they will have their own fees as well.

Immigration consultants can be helpful by gathering all the information specific to your situation. They can give you the best route to achieve your immigration goals. Immigration consultants can save you time and make your immigration journey much easier. Contact us for a free consultation.

Learn from
our insights

Helpful articles to help answer important questions you have

Overview of Canadian Citizenship

Embarking on the journey to become a Canadian citizen is a significant milestone. This guide,

Planning for Citizenship from PR Status

Transitioning from Permanent Residency to citizenship is a monumental milestone for many immigrants, offering a

Eligibility Criteria for PR Renewal in Canada

Navigating the pathway to renewing your Permanent Resident (PR) status in Canada can be a