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One of the main pillars of Canada Immigration policies is Family Sponsorship through reunification, which lays the strong Foundation of this category. It is possible to reunite members through family sponsorship in Canada including spouse, children, parents, grandparents and other eligible applicants come to Canada as Permanent residents. Canadian citizens, PR and people registered under the Canadian Indian act can sponsor their closest members living abroad.

Who Is Considered As A Family Member ?

As per immigration, refugees and citizenship Canada (IRCC) the following members can be applicants under the family sponsorship application:

    • Spouse, Common-law partner or a conjugal partner
    • Dependent child
    • Adopted children
    • Parents and Grandparents
    • Other Family members depending upon eligibility


To become a sponsor, the basic eligibility factors are: –

    • You must be over the age of 18 years.
    • You must be a Canadian citizen, a person registered an Indian under the Canadian Indian act or a permanent resident.
    • You must not be on social assistance.
    • In most cases, you might have to meet the low income cut off – LICO standards as per the immigration policies for a family sponsorship application.
    • You and your sponsored family member must enter into a financial agreement with the Canadian government ensuring support for providing the basic needs and other requirements.