IRCC has announced some important updates to the Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship Program for the 2023 lottery. Only those who had submitted their name in 2020 would be eligible to participate in this year’s lottery. Here are some key points to note: Starting on October 10, 2023, IRCC will begin emailing out invitations to potential
The Minister has just released the information about the Parents/Grandparents Sponsorship Program for 2022. Once again, only those who had submitted their interest to sponsor forms for the 2020 program will be eligible to receive an invitation to apply. Here are the details: Interest to Sponsor Forms – 2020 Only those who had already submitted
The Minister has just released the information about the Parents/Grandparents Sponsorship Program for 2021. This year, only those who had submitted their interest to sponsor forms last year for the 2020 program will be eligible to receive an invitation to apply. Here are the details: Interest to Sponsor Forms – 2020 Only those who had
The 2019 Parental Sponsorship program was closed in 12 minutes. Here are some alternatives if you were not lucky enough to be able to obtain an invitation.
The Parent and Grandparents sponsorship program re-opened for online expressions of interest from January 2 to February 1, 2018. On March 19, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) emailed out invitations to potential sponsors who were randomly selected to submit their sponsorship application. Potential sponsors will have 60 days from the date of their invitation to
The Minister of Immigration has announced that the Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship program will be re-opening in 2018. Similar to the new process introduced for 2017, potential sponsors will be required to first express their interest in sponsoring by submitting the online “Interest to Sponsor” form. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will then randomly
Update: To enter the parental sponsorship lottery click here. The government of Canada has just announced major changes to the intake process for the 2017 Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship Program. The most significant changes include the following: Only 10,000 applications will be accepted under this program in 2017. Instead of a first-come, first-serve system, IRCC