If you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident there are many options to sponsor a family member living abroad, to become a permanent resident in Canada. A Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident may sponsor:
His or her spouse
How to sponsor a Spouse or Partner in Canada
Find out if you meet the requirements to sponsor your spouse or partner to live with you permanently in Canada
Same-Sex Partners – The sponsorship rules for same-sex spouses or partners in Canada are the same as those for opposite-sex spouses or partners. If you were married inside Canada, you must have a legal marriage certificate from the province or territory in which you got married. If you were married outside of Canada, you will also be required to provide a marriage certificate to prove that your marriage is considered legal in the place you got married, as well as in Canada.
Common-Law Partners – To be considered a common-law partner, one should have lived together with another person in a conjugal relationship for at least one year. This applies to both opposite- and same-sex relationships. In a sponsorship case, you will typically have to provide proof of this union, which can be done in the form of financial records, property, utility bills, joint accounts or other means.
Conjugal Partners – A conjugal partner is an individual outside of Canada who has been in a binding relationship with a Canadian sponsor for at least one year, but could not live with their partner. This also applies to both opposite- and same-sex relationships. To sponsor a conjugal partner, you must prove you could not live together due to extenuating circumstances.
Parent / Grandparent / Spousal(?)
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