Dependent Child- Family Class Sponsorship


The Government of Canada is committed to keeping families together and therefore supports parents in sponsoring their dependent children for Canadian immigration purposes, including biological or adopted children.
Who you can sponsor:


Children qualify as dependants if they meet both of these requirements:

- they’re under 22 years old
- they don’t have a spouse or common law partner
Children 22 years old or older qualify as dependants if they meet both of these requirements:

- they are unable to financially support themselves because of a mental or physical condition
- they have depended on their parents for financial support since before the age of 22


Who is eligible to sponsor their child:

- be 18 years of age or older;
- be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident living in Canada, intending to return to Canada. - You can’t sponsor someone if you’re a permanent resident living outside Canada. - You’re able to prove that you’re not receiving social assistance for reasons other than a disability - you can provide for the basic needs of any persons you want to sponsor




Who can't sponsor their child?

- you're less than 18 years old
- you won't live in Canada when the persons you want to sponsor become permanent residents - you're not a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident of Canada, or a person registered in Canada as an Indian under the Canadian?Indian Act - you're a temporary resident, that is you're visiting, studying or working in Canada on a visa or permit - your permanent residence application is still in process - You must have permanent resident status at the time you submit your sponsorship application. - you don't have enough money to support the persons you want to sponsor (if applicable) - You may not be eligible to sponsor your spouse, partner or child if you:
· you have already applied to sponsor the spouse, parent or child you are currently seeking to sponsor and a decision on that application hasn't been made · are in jail, prison, or a penitentiary
· didn't pay back:
· an immigration loan
· a performance bond
· court-ordered family support payments such as alimony or child support (not applicable if you live in Quebec)

- didn't give the financial support you agreed to when you signed a sponsorship agreement to sponsor someone else in the past (not applicable if you live in Quebec) - declared bankruptcy and are not discharged (not applicable if you live in Quebec) - receive social assistance for a reason other than a disability - you were convicted of attempting, threatening to commit or committing a violent criminal offence, any offence against a relative or any sexual offence inside or outside Canada - can't legally stay in Canada and must leave the country because you received a?Removal Order
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