How to Sponsor Your Wife or Husband to Canada

08 Nov, 2013 How to Sponsor Your Wife or Husband to Canada

Do you know how to bring your wife to Canada? Do you know how to bring your husband to Canada? Well Canadim is here to help you bring your family to Canada permanently!

Click Here For Your Fast & Free Canadian Spousal Sponsorship Assessment
It’s not just Canadim that wants to help bring your family here either. Canada as a country is all about family unification too and that’s why Immigration Canada has made spousal sponsorship one of the fastest routes to Canadian Permanent Residence. Immigration Canada also does not have a minimum financial requirement to sponsor a spouse!

Top 5 Reasons to Choose Canadim to Help You With your Sponsorship Application:

  1. We will prepare your application in the best possible light. This should minimize any questions the visa officer might have and, overall, this should shorten the application processing times and lower your chances of being called for an immigration interview.
  2. We handle almost all of the paper work for you so you don’t have too. We will also advise you which documents to provide to prove your relationship status and which ones you shouldn’t.
  3. As a Canadim client you are entitled to unlimited phone calls, emails and visits if you are in the Montreal area to our office. All for a flat rate contract so there will be no unexpected costs.
  4. We are the point of contact with the visa office so you can rest assured knowing that Canadim is taking care of any and all correspondence with the visa office.
  5. We can help you decide which type of processing is best for your case. Depending on how we apply, we can also help obtain an open work permit for your spouse.

One point that we didn’t mention is the peace of mind that being a Canadim client gives you. We have an excellent success rate and we work very hard to get you approved as quickly and painlessly as possible.

Always keep in mind that you need be a Permanent Resident of Canada or a Canadian Citizen in order to sponsor a spouse, dependent child or your parents or grandparents.  No other type of family member is eligible to be sponsored. That means you cannot sponsor or be sponsored by a sibling, cousin, niece, nephew or close friend.

Click Here For Your Fast & Free Canadian Spousal Sponsorship Assessment
Something else that’s important to note is that unless you are married or common-law you cannot sponsor your partner. An engagement provides no status in Canada.

Take our family sponsorship assessment today and let Canadim handle the A-Z of your immigration application while you enjoy your everyday life!

We look forward to helping you.


The Canadim Team!

  • Regino D.Faelogo
    Posted at 17:57h, 08 November

    Greetings to canadim team!It’s a great opportunity for aspiring applicant like me to realize my dream working in Canada w/my wife later.Looking forward for your help,thank you & may God bless you more!

    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 13:12h, 12 November

      Dear Regino

      Thank you for using our page.

      Please be advised that we do not secure job offers for our clients. However, as a service to our followers, we do offer a job search toolbar to help you connect with Canadian employers looking to hire:

      Once you have secured a Canadian job offer then please contact us to work with both you and your employer to get you to Canada as quickly as possible.


      The Canadim Team!

  • Melanie Olmillo
    Posted at 23:59h, 08 November

    Good morning canadian…as uae time….I saw this canadim immigration laws about sponsor …
    Through facebook…
    I like this but ..what I need I want to work in canada how to process the document.
    ..and what kinds of document you need? Any work I can apply their in canada if somebody can help me?….
    I am working in uae for a 6 years as operation theatre assistant (doctor assistant) in a private hospital….please give me an advice and please send me a feedback in my email …thanks hopefully …

    Have a nice day to all canadian team to helping us. ..

    Melanie Olmillo

  • vernadithlambonao
    Posted at 21:54h, 13 November

    hello canadim .im vernadith lambonao ..and my husband is there in canada saskatchewan .and he already apply a spousal sponsorship with me and my two kids ..and we are done our medical .examination…and all of my requirements is already done .and the egde of immigration tell me that .they submit our application to visa office here in manila embassy of canada but until now there’s no result from them …

    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 16:04h, 20 November

      Dear Vernadith,

      Thank you for taking the time to write to us.

      The timing of when you will be granted your visa depends on many factors. I don’t know when you submitted your application and what type of spousal sponsorship application it was and therefore, unfortunately, we can’t be much help.

      We wish you best of luck and hope to see you in Canada soon.


      The Canadim Team!

  • Jovita B . Musca
    Posted at 20:26h, 18 November

    Hi good evening I read your information with regards to spousal sponsorship and what I understand is the fastest to bring my husband here in Canada . I came here last year August 27, 2012 and I am under live in caregiver program . As I notice that i can apply my open permit if I will finish the 3,900 hrs and I think that is 24 months then that is the time I gonna apply my family visa . Sir / madam my plan is to bring my husband first here in Canada with me because my children are still studying in the Philippines Can you give my an advice how and what is the the best thing to do to get my husband first here in Canada so that at the same time can help me to support my family in the Philippines while my kids are still waiting for the application to come here in Canada . Thank you and more power to your company.

    respectfully yours ,


    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 16:35h, 20 November

      Dear Jovita,

      You should apply for your husband and children at the same time.

      If your children get above 18 it can become difficult or impossible to sponsor them.

      They don’t have to land right away but you will need to make sure they live in Canada 2 out of every 5 years or else their PR will not be valid.


      The Canadim Team!

  • laurie sardenia fisher
    Posted at 07:31h, 19 November

    Hello! I just want to know if you can help me about my application regarding spousal sponsorship….I’m married to a canadian citizen for almost a year now, our spousal sponsorship been approved since last july17 2013, but they said that we have to wait until 14 monthe for my permanent resident visa, my husband want me to apply for a visitors visa because he can’t wait that long….should i apply againt for another visa or you can help me to get my permanent visa for a shortest time…..thank you and i hope you can help me.

    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 16:52h, 20 November

      Dear Laurie,

      Thank you for using our page.

      Since we did not represent you on your application we can’t do anything to help speed it up unfortunately.

      A visitors visa might be the best way to go if you don’t wish to be separated from your spouse for that long.


      The Canadim Team!

  • Evv
    Posted at 00:33h, 26 November

    After I recieved my file number I got married and I have applied for my husband too. Now I am pregnant but I fear about my financial stability when I get there. I don’t know if my husband and I can give a good life to our kids aftermwe land there. I am a nurse my husband is 3d animator and web designer. Can any one please tell me about the cost of living in montreal and how do I get job as soon as I reach there.

  • Anita
    Posted at 14:13h, 28 November

    Hello I just wanted to know can I sponsor my kid as I m on open work permit after my studies in Canada.

    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 15:41h, 09 December

      Dear Anita,

      You should be able to apply to have your children come to Canada with you for the duration of your post-graduate work permit but the final decision is always left to the visa officer.


      The Canadim Team!

  • Tess
    Posted at 04:13h, 24 January

    Im a permanent resident of canada and right now i applied for citizenship last December 2012 and still waiting for an immigration reply, however i was divorced from my first husband in canada and got married last 2008 to the philippines. My second husband was seperated for 20 years we did got married coz in philippine law its valid but i didnt realized that i am an immigrant of canada. I keep going back and forth to the philippines for 3 years for 2-3 months stay and my husband decided to work in uae so we are here right now…is there any easiest way to get him in uae and bring to canada???
    Thank you


    • The Canadim Team!
      Posted at 14:44h, 06 February

      Dear Tess,

      You require a consultation with Attorney Dery to discuss this issue.

      If you are interested kindly send an email outlining your situation and your desire to seek a consultation with the attorney.


      The Canadim Team!

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