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A Comprehensive Guide for Immigration to Canada

by Dct Immigration A passion for cultural diversity and helping peopl
People seem to move to Canada for many reasons these days. Canada has been a very popular choice among the expats from all countries around the globe. For starters, there are few benefits of residing in a big and developed country like Canada.

Canada has constantly ranked in the top 50 of the Mercer quality of the living survey. It is probably the most wonderful county to live in especially for immigrants. The country ranks at 13th in the quality of life, number 7 under safety and security, number 33 in the happiness index rankings. It ranks 3 in the most welcoming country for the new immigrants from around the world. With rich in diversity of cultures and religions, people find it quite overwhelming to live in such country which cares for the immigrants and provides with all the facilities. The list of benefits goes on.

Ways to move into Canada

Canadian government makes the process quite simple for the expats to move and settle into Canada. People can get into the country through various ways like Express entry, provincial nominee programs, student visas, business, or investment, family-sponsored, spousal sponsorships are to name a few. While express entry is the most common way and most used way to enter the country, entries through spouse visa Canada has shown much more numbers in recent years.

What is a Canada spouse visa?

The Spousal Sponsorship program Canada is an initiative to keep the immigrants' families together. The spouse visas, Canada along with other dependent visa programs allow citizens or permanent residents on Canada, who are above 18 years of age to sponsor his/her family members which include spouse, children, parents, grandparents, and other common-law partners. Note that Canada government recognizes same-sex marriage and the partners are eligible to apply.

This is a unique program by the government which enables the citizen of Canada to sponsor their spouse (male or female) or a common-law or conjugal partner who isn't a resident of Canada.

For this the Canadian government defines and only accepts the arrangement in the following ways:

A common-law partner is someone who is the same or opposite sex who has lived within a conjugal relationship for a period of at least 12 months with the Canadian citizen. The person living together for 12 months continuously can get sponsorship from his/her partner to live in Canada.

A conjugal partner is someone who the Canadian citizen have not been able to live with for one year continuously. This category will also include a spouse who is unable to marry his/her Canadian citizenship. This can happen due to not available because of marital status, sexual orientation, and immigration barriers.


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