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More than 16 years of experience

More than 16 years of experience

Our consultants are licensed by CICC

Our consultants are licensed by CICC in all provinces

Dedicated quality assurance team

Dedicated quality assurance team

Hundreds of successful cases per year

Hundreds of successful cases per year

Services available in English, Spanish and French

Services available in English, Spanish and French

Specialty in LMIAs

Specialty in LMIAs, work permits and family sponsorships

What is Conjugal Partnership?

Conjugal partners are defined as partners living separately due to circumstances that are outside of their control such as religious reasons, immigration barriers, or sexual orientation. In order to qualify under conjugal partner sponsorship, the couple must have been in a conjugal relationship for at least one year. To be eligible for sponsorship, there must be a significant degree of attachment implying a relationship beyond physical intimacy. Furthermore, marriage or cohabitation must be proven as impossible due to factors outside the control of either partner.

Evidence to Prove Legitimacy of Conjugal Partnership

The government of Canada has provided a list of factors that are considered when determining the legitimacy of a conjugal relationship:

Shared shelter (e.g. sleeping arrangements)

The sexual and personal behaviour (e.g. fidelity, commitment, feelings towards each other)onsor must be a citizen or permanent resident living in Canada. If the sponsor is living abroad, this option is still possible for citizens if they intend to return to Canada once their partner is a permanent resident.

Services (e.g. conduct and habit with respect to the sharing of household chores)

Social activities (e.g. their attitude and conduct as a couple in the community and with their families)

Economic support (e.g. financial arrangements, ownership of property)

Children (e.g. attitude and conduct concerning children)

Societal perception of the two as a couple

What are the Eligibility Criteria for Conjugal Partners?

In order to be eligible for conjugal partner sponsorship, several criteria must be met. Evidently, the couple must be in a legitimate relationship that fulfills the criteria of a conjugal relationship.

The government officials will look at factors such as mutual commitment and exclusivity, mutual dependance and long-term commitment.

Further, the sponsor will be required to sign an undertaking in order to guarantee to the government of Canada that the sponsor will provide financial support for the basic needs of the sponsored partner. These needs will include:

Food, clothing, shelter and other needs for everyday living

Dental care, eye care and other health related needs that aren’t covered by public health services

This undertaking will begin to take effect on the date the sponsored partner becomes a permanent resident and will end three years later.

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Will the Government Need to Verify the Genuineness of the Relationship?

Short answer, yes. The government is aware of marriage fraud and as such, puts in a great deal of effort to verify the legitimacy of the relationships of the applicants. In order to support an application, the couple will need to provide documentary evidence and other proof to the government. This can include:

Previous correspondence records.

Mutual gifts the couple has exchanged (pictures or receipts)

Travel itineraries for trips taken together if applicable.

Photos taken during time spent together.

Letters from family or friends attesting to the legitimacy of the relationship.

Personal statements including details of the relationship and difficulties encountered when trying to be together.

Joint finances, financial support and other shared expenses

Joint decisions on important life altering topics.

Application Process of Sponsoring a Conjugal Partner to Canada

The application process can be quite lengthy and confusing. Here is a quick breakdown:

Figure out which immigration path suits you and what the nature of your relationship with your partner is.

Download an application package from the government website.

Gather the correct documentation and proof.

Fill out the forms as accurately and carefully as possible, the slightest mistakes can result in refusal.

Pay the fees associated with sponsorship.

Double and triple check the application.

Submit the application and wait for a response!

Who Can Be A Sponsor?

You can sponsor your conjugal partner for a permanent residence if you:

Are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.

Have at least 18 years old.

Live in Canada

If you live outside of Canada, you must intend to return to Canada once your conjugal partner obtains permanent residence. This option is not available to permanent residents living outside of Canada.

Are willing to provide financial support to your conjugal partner for three years.

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About the Process

01

Outreach

Call or fill out our contact form for a free assessment. Our team of professionals will evaluate your case and provide you with professional feedback on your chances of success along with a quote.

02

Strategy Creation

Our team of professionals will work with you to create a tailor-made strategy that is likely to result in a successful Conjugal Partners Sponsorship application.

03

Case Revision

We will review your supporting documents thoroughly and work towards building a strong case.

04

Representation

In order to make this an easy and stress-free process, we will handle all communication with the government on your behalf while we await for a decision, keeping you informed every step of the way.

05

Decision

Once a decision has been made, our team will advise you on the next necessary steps.

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Why Hire Immigration Consultants?

The immigration process can be complex and difficult to navigate. There are many important details to consider when filling out forms and finding the correct supporting documents. Hiring an immigration professional will ensure the efficacy and accuracy of your application making it a stress free and straightforward process for you.

Subjectivity plays a large part in Canadian sponsorships. Presenting a case with discrepancies, errors or omissions weakens your case and increases the chances of delays or refusals.

An Immigration Consultant is the best option in cases where an application has been previously refused. Additional refusals complicate the process even more and having a professional with years of experience on your side can be a huge asset.

In the case of a criminal record or serious medical condition, the application can be even more challenging to navigate. By hiring a professional you will have a comprehensive guide of what to do to maximize your chances of success.

Our team of experts is highly knowledgeable on the sponsorship process. As Licensed Canadian Immigration Consultants, we have successfully filed thousands of applications and we are certain that with our service, you will improve your spouse’s chances of permanent residence.

Our Service Fees for this service: $3,090 – $9,990

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In understanding the differences between Conjugal Partner Sponsorship and Common-law Partner Sponsorship, it’s important to consider your unique relationship circumstances. While Conjugal Partner Sponsorship is tailored for couples who are not able to cohabit due to significant legal or immigration barriers, Common-law Partner Sponsorship is designed for partners who have lived together continuously for at least one year. If your situation aligns more closely with a common-law partnership, learn more about the criteria and process for Common-law Partner Sponsorship

FAQs

After submitting the conjugal partner sponsorship application, the government will review the application. They may request additional information and documents if needed. Once the review is complete, a decision will be made, and you will be notified whether the application is approved or rejected. If approved, the principal applicant will receive instructions to complete the process of becoming a Canadian Permanent Resident. Feel free to contact us to get a free assessment.

The conjugal sponsorship undertaking involves the sponsor taking responsibility to financially support their partner in Canada. This includes providing basic needs such as food, housing, and healthcare if necessary.

The time it takes for the conjugal partner sponsorship process can vary. Generally, it may take several months. It’s important to check the current processing times on the IRCC website for the most up-to-date information.

No, you can only sponsor your conjugal partner for Permanent Residence through Conjugal Partner Sponsorship. However, if you marry your conjugal partner, you could sponsor them as your spouse. 

Additionally, if you cohabit with your conjugal partner for over 12 consecutive months, you could sponsor them as your common-law partner. It’s important to explore different sponsorship categories and choose the one that best fits your situation. Feel free to contact us to get a free assessment of your case.

This sponsorship is designed for partners who are in a genuine and committed relationship but cannot live together due to significant external barriers, such as immigration hurdles or legal restrictions in their home country. This pathway acknowledges those unique challenges and provides a means for sponsorship, such as religious or same-sex barriers.

Key requirements include proving a genuine relationship, demonstrating that cohabitation has not been possible due to external factors, and meeting the standard immigration eligibility criteria.

Legal and immigration barriers are central to this sponsorship type. Applicants must demonstrate that these barriers prevent them from living together, which is why they are seeking this specific pathway.