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Spousal PR Consultation

Spousal Permanent Residency

  • 1 h
  • 300 Canadian dollars
  • Edmonton

Service Description

Spousal Permanent Residency is a pathway for eligible couples to obtain permanent residency in Canada. This program allows Canadian citizens or permanent residents to sponsor their spouse or common-law partner to immigrate to Canada and become a permanent resident. Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for Spousal Permanent Residency, both the sponsor and the sponsored partner must meet certain requirements: 1. Relationship: The sponsor must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada, and the sponsored partner must be their spouse or common-law partner. 2. Proof of Relationship: Both the sponsor and sponsored partner need to provide evidence of their genuine and legitimate relationship, such as marriage certificates, joint financial documents, shared property, and photographs together. 3. Financial Requirements: The sponsor must demonstrate their ability to financially support their spouse or partner after they immigrate to Canada. This includes meeting the minimum income requirements set by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). 4. Residence: The sponsor must be residing in Canada at the time of the application and must intend to continue living in Canada after the sponsored partner becomes a permanent resident. Application Process: The process for applying for Spousal Permanent Residency involves the following steps: 1. Sponsorship Application: The sponsor must submit a sponsorship application to IRCC to sponsor their spouse or partner. This includes completing the necessary forms and providing supporting documentation, such as proof of relationship and financial support. 2. Permanent Residence Application: Once the sponsorship application is approved, the sponsored partner must submit their own application for permanent residence. This includes completing the required forms, undergoing medical examinations, providing biometric information, and paying the applicable fees. 3. Processing Time: The processing time for Spousal Permanent Residency applications can vary. It is advisable to check the IRCC website for updates on processing times. 4. Interview and Decision: In some cases, an interview may be required to assess the genuineness of the relationship. Once the application is approved, the sponsored partner will receive their Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) and can proceed with immigrating to Canada.

Contact Details

  • Edmonton, AB, Canada

Worldway Migration Services

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