The spouse sponsorship program, a subsection of the family class immigration allows Canadian citprogram, allowsto sponsor their spouse for Canadian permanent residence. A spouse is a legal married partner that has obtained a marriage license.
Being a permanent resident, you can also sponsor your common-law partner, i.e to whom you are not legally married.
Conjugal partner: someone to whom you are not legally married and who is not a common-law partner for several reasons, if you can’t live in their country or marry each other. You have to submit proof if you want to sponsor your conjugal partner.
Nationwide Educational Services will make your immigration process smooth and hassle-free, by assisting you with sponsoring your spouse.
Yes, if you are a permanent resident of the citizen of Canada. You can bring your spouse along with you permanently.
A common-law partner is a marriage-like relationship. If a person is living with another partner to whom he/she is not married is known as a Common-law partner. Common law can avail many of the benefits that legal marriage has.
You can call your spouse in Canada. For that, you have to submit proof of living in Canada, identity documents, and a certificate of marriage. Then, police clearances from the countries your spouse lived in the previous 6 months.
Your common-law partner can avail of many immigrant benefits, if you are above 18 and you are a permanent resident or a citizen of Canada, your common-law partner can permanently reside in Canada.