To apply for a visitor visa for Canada, follow these step-by-step instructions:
To apply for spousal sponsorship for Canada, follow these step-by-step instructions:
1. Determine your eligibility:
a. Ensure that you are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or registered Indian under the Indian Act.
b. Verify that you are at least 18 years old.
c. Confirm that you are able to provide the necessary financial support to your spouse.
2. Gather all the required documents:
a. Marriage certificate or any legal proof of marriage.
b. Birth certificates for both you and your spouse.
c. Valid passports for both you and your spouse.
d. Proof of Canadian citizenship, permanent residency, or Indian registration.
e. Evidence of your relationship, such as photos, joint bank account statements, or shared property ownership.
f. Police clearance certificates for your spouse.
g. Any additional supporting documents to prove the authenticity of your relationship.
3. Complete the application forms:
4. Pay the required fees:
a. As of the current date, the fee for sponsorship is CAD $1,050, and the fee for processing your spouse’s permanent residence application is CAD $550.
b. Make sure to check for any updated fee information on the official website of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
5. Submit your application:
a. Include all the completed forms and supporting documents.
b. Pay the fees online or include a certified check or money order with your application.
c. Mail your complete application if applicable to the appropriate Visa Application Centre or Office (refer to the IRCC website for the correct address and instructions) or apply online.
6. Wait for processing:
a. The processing times may vary, so keep track of your application status through the IRCC website or by contacting the IRCC helpline.
b. In case there are any additional documents requested during the process, make sure to submit them promptly.
7. Attend interviews or medical examinations (if required):
a. Depending on your application, IRCC may request an interview or a medical examination for you or your spouse.
8. Receive a decision:
a. If your application is approved, you will receive a confirmation letter and instructions on what to do next.
b. If your application is rejected, the rejection letter will provide reasons for the decision. You may consider seeking legal advice or reapplying if eligible.
Remember, the application process is subject to change, so it’s important to seek professional help.
Contact us to start your application.
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