SOHI LAW GROUPFamily ReunificationWe are committed to reuniting families as immigration attorneys. We assist with family reunification applications on a regular basis, and we specialize in handling rejections and appeals.
We are committed to reuniting families as immigration attorneys. We assist with family reunification applications on a regular basis, and we specialize in handling rejections and appeals. We know that a well-prepared application increases the chances of approval and shortens the processing time. Let’s collaborate so that you can be together sooner.
Family reunification is at the heart of Canadian immigration policy, and it is a stated goal of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) provides a variety of options for reuniting with your immediate family, including sponsorship-class applications. Some of these options include reuniting with extended family.
It is critical to provide the right content to immigration officers in order to achieve successful family reunification. Our immigration attorneys ensure that your applications, forms, and supporting documents accurately represent your family and help you avoid lengthy delays and rejections due to missing or incomplete documents.
Let’s collaborate so that you can be together sooner. Make an appointment with one of our immigration lawyers today.
What is the process of sponsorship?
Sponsorship for immigration is a two-step process. IRCC evaluates the sponsor’s eligibility during stage 1, and an acknowledgment of completion letter is typically issued upon completion of stage 1. Stage 2 takes into account the actual application for permanent residence. Despite the fact that stage 1 and stage 2 assessments are based on different documents, a single application package is submitted.
The parties may request that Humanitarian and Compassionate considerations be applied at both stages, as discussed below.
You can sponsor your spouse, partner, or dependent child if you meet the following criteria:
- A citizen of Canada or a permanent resident of Canada
- Over the age of 18
- Able to demonstrate that you are not receiving social assistance for reasons other than a disability
- Capable of meeting the basic needs of any people you wish to sponsor (more on this later)
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If you have questions, please fill out the quick form on the right. We typically respond to inquiries within 24 hours.
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