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Types of Relatives Who May Be Sponsored

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SPOUSE

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A spouse refers to a person who is legally married to the sponsor. If the marriage of the sponsor and the applicant did not occur in Canada it will be deemed legal by Canadian immigration authorities provided that the marriage is legal in the country where the marriage occurred.

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Common-law Partner

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A common-law partner refers to a person whom the sponsor has lived together in a marriage-like relationship for at least 1 year.

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Conjugal Partner

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A conjugal partner refers to a person with a marriage- like relationship with the sponsor for at least 1 year but has not lived together with the sponsor due to extenuating circumstances.

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Children

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T ypically only unmarried dependent children under the age of 22 may be sponsored.

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Parents

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Currently the Government of Canada is not accepting new applications for sponsoring parents for immigration.

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Grandparents

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As with parents the Government of Canada is not accepting new applications for sponsoring grandparents for immigration.

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O R P H A N S

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An orphan is the sponsor’s sibling niece nephew or grandchild who is under 18 years old and whose parents are both deceased.

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Adopted Child

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A person under the age of 18 that the sponsor intends to adopt. The onus is on the sponsor to demonstrate that the adoption is not primarily for immigration purposes.

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Other Relatives

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Other relatives can occasionally be sponsored in certain circumstances. However these circumstances are extremely rare.

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