Canada has always been a strong supporter of family reunification and there are many Canadian immigration programs that allow you to immigrate to Canada with your family. Once you are well settled in Canada, you can sponsor your parents, grandparents as you please. However, this is not the case for every program, so you should verify the procedure for your program of choice before applying.
IMMIGRATING TO CANADA WITH YOUR FAMILY
Permanent immigration program pathways, which are Express Entry and Business Immigration allow families to be included. There are also some temporary visa programs for working and studying which allow applicants to bring their families, but this is often decided on a case-by-case basis and depends on the program regulations. Generally, the programs that grant you to bring family members will accept your spouse or common-law partner as well as your dependent children up to the age of 21. A person 22 years or older may still be considered a dependent if they are unable to financially support themselves due to a mental or physical condition.
Unfortunately, siblings, aunts/uncles, nieces/nephews, and cousins are not eligible to accompany other families to Canada. However, many Canadian immigration programs award points for applicants who have relatives living in Canada, so your immigration may be able to help your extended family members in their immigration process. Parents & grandparents are eligible for sponsorship to Canada through the Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship Program (PGP). However, there are a limited number of spaces available in this program and a very high demand, so it can be challenging to successfully sponsor your parents or grandparents for immigration.
All of Canada’s economic immigration applications for permanent residency allow candidates to apply as a family. Usually, this requires one person to apply as the principal applicant. They can then include a spouse or common-law partner, as well as any dependent children. If the application is approved, all family members included on the application will become Canadian permanent residents. Please note that many permanent residency programs, including the popular Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), require applicants to show that they have enough money to support their settlement in Canada. This amount increases with each additional family member.
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