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Sponsoring a family member into Canada.

You can bring your family to Canada permanently and provide them with an opportunity for growth and success by sponsoring family members. Canada is built on a grand immigration system that may be difficult to navigate but is always welcoming for family members abroad.

With our legal team assisting you, we strive to make the application process as smooth and headache-free as possible.

From Brothers and Nieces to Aunts and Grandparents, Here is a list of Family Members you can Sponsor:

The Canadian government allows you to sponsor a wide variety of family members, but not everyone. Below is a list of family members you can sponsor:

  • Orphaned brothers and sisters
  • Orphaned nieces and nephews
  • Orphaned grandchildren
  • Spouses
  • Children
  • Parents
  • Grandparents
  • One other relative (under strict guidelines)

Sponsoring your family members can be a long process. With our team, your application will be filled and filed correctly to provide you with a stress-free process.

About the Process of Sponsoring your Family Members:

In order to sponsor your family members, you will need to meet certain criteria. These criteria include being, at minimum, a permanent resident or citizen of Canada and being able to show you can meet any financial support requirements where applicable.

Our team assesses your individual situation and files accordingly, reducing the risk of denial, refusal, or returned applications.

Ready to Sponsor your family members to Canada?

If you’re ready to start the process, then contact us today to get started and take your first step into sponsoring your family members. Call us today at: +1 (403) 216-1199 or click the button below to fill out the online form.


What are the requirements for a sponsorship?

The requirements for a sponsor depend on the program. There are different requirements for sponsoring family like your spouse or partner, and sponsoring your parents or grandparents. Contact Shory Law to receive qualified guidance and direction with regards to family sponsorship requirements.

How much does it cost to sponsor a family member?

In addition to legal fees, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) have provided a schedule of their own here.

How long does it take to sponsor someone to Canada?

Various applications have various processing times. You can check yours here.

What happens if I do not qualify to sponsor?

If you do not qualify to sponsor someone, there may be other options like humanitarian and compassionate applications. Contact Shory Law to receive qualified guidance and direction with regards to family sponsorship requirements and whether or not a humanitarian and compassionate exemption request makes sense for your matters.

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