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Marrying and Sponsoring a Uruguayan Citizen

Marriage to a Uruguayan Citizen Every country has its own laws that apply to its citizens marrying a person from a different country. Getting married to a Uruguayan citizen with the goal of eventually bringing them to Canada to live is a process with many steps. If you want to bring your Uruguayan spouse or…

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Marrying and Sponsoring a Tuvaluan Citizen

Marriage to a Tuvaluan Citizen Every country has its own laws that apply to its citizens marrying a person from a different country. Getting married to a Tuvaluan citizen with the goal of eventually bringing them to Canada to live is a process with many steps. If you want to bring your Tuvaluan spouse or…

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Who is Medically Admissible to Canada?

Medical Inadmissibility to Canada due to a Danger to Public Health If your sponsored parents or grandparents have certain infectious diseases like tuberculosis or syphilis, then they may be considered a danger to Canada’s public health. Clearly a pandemic like COVID-19 fits into this category of medical conditions, but there are already numerous controls in…

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Marrying and Sponsoring a Guinean Citizen

Guinea is located in West Africa, bordering North Atlantic Ocean Guinea is hot and humid; the weather is monsoon-type and rainy from June to November, accompanied by Southwesterly winds. The dry season starts from December to May, accompanied by Northeasterly Harmattan winds. Hazards include hot, dry and dusty Harmattan winds that cause haze reducing visibility…

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Marrying and Sponsoring a Guinea Bissauan Citizen

Western African country bordering North Atlantic Ocean between Senegal and Guinea Hazards in Guinea Bissau are hot, dry and dusty Harmattan winds that reduce visibility and bush fires. The weather is tropical, hot and humid, with a monsoon-type rainy season that starts from June to November and is accompanied by Southwesterly winds. The dry season…

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Marrying and Sponsoring an Icelander

Marriage to a Icelander Citizen Every country has its own laws that apply to its citizens marrying a person from a different country. Getting married to an Icelenader citizen with the goal of eventually bringing them to Canada to live is a process with many steps. If you want to bring your Icelander spouse or…

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Am I Eligible to Sponsor My Parents/Grandparents?

Am I Eligible to Sponsor My Parents/Grandparents? You have to be 18 years of age or older You have to be living in Canada You have to be one of the following: A Canadian citizen, A permanent resident of Canada, or A registered Indian under the Canadian Indian Act – go here for more information….

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Marrying and Sponsoring an Anguillan

Using the Government Directly Please be aware that if you are filing your application yourself, you should do an extensive amount of research before proceeding. Please call Citizenship and Immigration Canada to learn more and visit the Sponsorship pages to learn about everything you need to do to get your spouse to Canada. The information…

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Can I Afford to Sponsor my Parents to Canada? – Financial Requirements for Parental Sponsorship

Can I Afford to Sponsor my Parents to Canada? – Financial Requirements A sponsorship involves what Canadian immigration authorities call an undertaking. This is because you undertake to financially support your parents or grandparents and any dependents they may have (generally it’s only the case that parents have dependents as we’ll explain further below). That…

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Marrying and Sponsoring a French Polynesian

Marrying and Sponsoring a French Citizen is the same process, no matter where they live. Learn more about sponsorship: See our page on Marrying a French Citizen   Calling French Polynesia from Canada Dial 011 – 689 – local number, where 011 is the exit code for the North American Numbering Plan 689 is the…

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The Complete Guide to Background Checks & Security Screenings

Two words which can cause anxiety in any applicant for temporary or permanent status in Canada are: Background Check Will something from your past come back to make life difficult when taking a life-changing decision like applying to move to Canada? What could that be and what can you do about it? The first step…

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Marrying and Sponsoring a Papua New Guinean Citizen

Marriage to a Papua New Guinean Citizen Every country has its own laws that apply to its citizens marrying a person from a different country. Getting married to a Papua New Guinean citizen with the goal of eventually bringing them to Canada to live is a process with many steps. If you want to bring…

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