Documents Needed For Spousal Sponsorship Canada
A Breakdown of Documents That Can & Should Be included to prove your relationship is genuine, resulting in a strong spousal sponsorship application.
When you are preparing to submit your Family Class Sponsorship application, the Government of Canada requires you to use a document checklist. The document checklist provides a list of all the documents and forms you must submit in your application, in the order they should appear. This ensures that you submit everything that is required in order to avoid the risk of your application being returned to you or refused.
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Each document checklist will contain some of the same basic criteria. The document checklist is also broken down into two parts, which include Part A (required forms) and Part B (supporting documents).
Listed below are some of the components included in Part A.
Application to Sponsor, Sponsorship Agreement and Undertaking.
Class of application.
Generic application form for Canada.
Additional family information.
Relationship information and sponsorship evaluation.
Use of a representative.
Authority to release personal information to a designated individual.
The next portion of the checklist provides you with a list of supporting documents that you may be required to include to prove the genuineness of your relationship to the person you are sponsoring. You may be required to include government identity documents, status documents, police certificates and clearances, photos, a medical examination, and proof of your relationship to the principal applicant.
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At Calver Immigration Consulting Inc., we have the expertise and knowledge to assist in reviewing requirements for spousal sponsorship and ensure that you follow the correct steps needed for a successful application.
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