Parent or Grandparent Sponsorship

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Receiving Procedural Fairness Letter

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What does it Mean When Receiving Procedural Fairness Letter

Have you received a procedural fairness letter from citizenship and immigration Canada and not sure how to respond to this letter?

If this is the case, then this blog is for you!

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All About Hiring an Immigration Representative

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Do You Want to Immigrate to Canada in 2019

As you may know, Canada’s education and living conditions attract many foreign nationals to visit, study, and work. Furthermore, the multiculturalism in Canada is one of the essential reasons that drives one's longing to move. After they have experienced the beauty of Canada, they may consider settling down permanently in Canada. While numerous individuals are contemplating moving to Canada, they may be thinking about looking for assistance from an immigration representative to make the immigration process more smoothly. Indeed, here comes the most significant inquiry: is hiring a representative necessary? In this blog, we will discuss the benefits of hiring an immigration representative and how to avoid immigration fraud.

Who are Immigration Representatives

Immigration may be difficult and complicated, especially if you are not family with Canadian immigration law. If you are struggling with your application, you may be able to seek guidance from a representative. An Immigration and citizenship representative’s job duties include but are not limited to:

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Parents and Grandparents Program to Reopen in January of 2018

Parents and Grandparents Program to Reopen in January of 2018

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to Reopen Program for January 2018

Thankfully for many parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada, the parent and grandparent program will reopen on January 2 of 2018. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has finally made the decision to reopen the program due to popular demand and the “Interest to Sponsor” online form will become available at 12 p.m. EST on January 2. For those Canadian citizens and permanent residents that wish to sponsor their parents or grandparents to Canada, they must fill out this form. The online form will only be available until February 1 of 2018 at 12:00 p.m. EST. Therefore, in this article, I will address the recent news with regards to the parents and grandparents program reopening at the beginning of January of 2018.

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sponsor your parents or grandparents to Canada

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Sponsor your parents to Canada

From the beginning to the end of our lives parents and grandparents play an important role in our lives. There are many people who come into our lives but the love and care that our families give us cannot be compared. You don’t need to feel lonely, sponsor your parents and grandparents and get that everlasting smile on your face. If you are an individual who is 18 years or older you are eligible to become a sponsor but obviously there are many other requirements you need to meet under the Family Class to sponsor your loved ones.

What are my duties as a sponsor for my parents and grandparents?

You will have to sign an undertaking with the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration for this family class sponsorship. This undertaking is a pledge to provide financial support and look after their basic requirements. The basic requirements like food, clothing, shelter etc. Though the public health care will be available to them but eye and dental care will be your responsibility. It’s important that their needs are taken care of as soon as they arrive in Canada. The undertaking is for 20 years and it is to ensure that the person being sponsored will not seek social assistance during this period.

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How to Sponsor my Parents to Canada

How to Sponsor my Parents to Canada
Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship

People have various reasons to sponsor their Parents and Grandparents to Canada. Some people sponsor because they want family reunification while others sponsor so they can ease off the family burden they have on their shoulder. Some people also sponsor for cultural reasons just so their parents or grandparents can raise their kids with the same cultural values that were given to them while they grew up. Whatever the reason might be, the Canadian system of immigration allows you to sponsor your parent and grandparents. Everybody wants their loved ones to stay close to them, especially when it comes to their parents or grandparents. No relationship gives you more strength and support to your family as your parents or grandparents do. Canadian system of immigration helps people reunite as a family.

In this blog we will discuss what is needed to sponsor your Parent or Grandparent to Canada. What documents you can rely on and what information is needed to have a successful case to get approval. Before the success of your application it is important to talk about who is eligible to sponsor and what are the requirements for it.

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