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Through Family Sponsorship, family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents are considered for immigration to Canada.

There are numerous ways to sponsor your relatives for Canadian immigration through Canada’s Family Class Sponsorship. As a government with an immigration policy dedicated to keeping families united to the extent possible, the programs under Family Class Sponsorship are some of the most supportive family reunification programs in the world.

The types of relationships which qualify for Family Class Sponsorship include: spouses and common-law partners, parents and grandparents, and dependent children, among others. Specifically for parental and grandparental visitation, the Super Visa program is available.

Take a free Canadian immigration assessment to see which Family Class Sponsorship program is best for you.

Canada’s Multi-Year Immigration Plan

Canada will welcome an increased number of immigrants through economic programs and family sponsorship in the upcoming years.

Which Family Class Sponsorship program is right for you?

  • I would like to bring a parent or grandparent to Canada.

    The Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP) allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor a parent or grandparent to immigrate to Canada. There is a limit to the number of PGP applications accepted annually. For visiting purposes, the Super Visa program allows successful applications to acquire multiple-entry visas that can last up to ten years. Be sure to review the eligibility requirements (for the applicant) and sponsorship requirements (for the sponsor) for each type of program prior to applying. For a quick check of your eligibility, take a free assessment.

  • I would like to bring my spouse or common law partner to Canada

    There are two types of federal spousal sponsorship: inland and outland. The two programs carry their own advantages and disadvantages and should be carefully weighed against one another. Be sure to review the eligibility requirements (for the applicant) and sponsorship requirements (for the sponsor) for each type of program prior to applying. For a quick check of your eligibility, take a free assessment.

  • I would like to bring dependent child to Canada.

    Under Canada’s dependent child sponsorship program, as a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you may bring a dependent child living abroad to Canada. Be sure to review the eligibility requirements (for the applicant) and the sponsorship requirements (for the sponsor) for the dependent child sponsorship program prior to applying. For a quick check of your eligibility, take a free assessment.

  • I would like to bring another relative to Canada.

    Canadian provinces may offer programs for Canadian immigration of relatives of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. As these programs are subject to change, we encourage you to take a free assessment to see the current programs for which you qualify.