The Canadian government has made several important announcements to the definition of dependent children and family class sponsorships which may affect you or people you know. They are: The age of a dependent child will be raised to under 22 likely starting May 3, 2017. The permanent residence status of persons who were sponsored
The government has just announced major changes to the Spousal Sponsorship program. These changes are designed to simplify the application process and lead to faster processing times. The most significant changes include the following: IRCC will process approximately 80% of new applications within 12 months from the day they are received. About 80% of applications
2015 is looking to be a year of significant changes in the immigration law field. Here are 5 important changes that may affect you (or people you know): 1. The new Express Entry system will allow many people to qualify for permanent residence (PR) who may not have been able to do so before. However,
The government just announced today that some applicants who apply for permanent residence under the Inland Spousal Sponsorship category will be able to obtain work permits before they receive approval in principal. Here are some things that applicants will need to have to qualify: The applicant and sponsor have submitted an Inland Spousal Sponsorship application.