How to Sponsor a Relative to Canada?

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Mrs. Katharina Kontaxis, RCIC wrote a recent article on sponsoring a relative of any age entitled “How to Sponsor a Relative to Canada?”, which was published at myconsultant.ca on November 12, 2019.

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Alone and planning to sponsor a relative? Read this article to learn about the court battles surrounding the “lonely Canadian” provision in Canada’s immigration regulations and what it means for you.

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Disclaimer

Information provided in this article does not constitute immigration advice. Only authorised representatives are allowed to assist applicants with immigration and citizenship services for a fee. In addition, immigration laws, regulations, and policies are changing constantly.

If you need help with the assessment of your case, then obtain sound advice from Mrs. Katharina Kontaxis, RCIC. Only with a proper case strategy can you reach your goal of Canadian permanent residence or citizenship.

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