Conjugal Law

The Conjugal Law Sponsorship Program which is the most common type of immigration among Canadian family sponsored immigrants. It allows you to sponsor your conjugal partner for a permanent resident visa, and allows them to live, work, or study in Canada.



A conjugal partner:  A partner who can be either sex that is unable to legally married or in a common-law relationship with the sponsor and live together for circumstances that are beyond their control and prevent them from living together.


Application Requirements

  • At least 18 years old

  • Proof of your conjugal -law relationship.

  • Can be either sex

  • Proof of reasons why could not live together or get married

  • During the application processing, you cannot end the relationship

Sponsor Requirements

  • The sponsor must be 18 years or older

  • The sponsor must be a Canadian citizen/Permanent resident

  • You can’t sponsor someone if you’re a permanent resident living outside Canada

  • The Sponsor is not receiving social assistance 

  • The Sponsor must promise undertaking commits & sponsorship agreement

  • The Sponsor must not in 5-year Sponsorship Bar

List of Documents

  • A passport / Travel document

  • Proof of Canadian status (Citizenship/Permanent resident)

  • Meet income requirements

  • Proof of found

  • Written job offer 

  • Written employee letter

  • Notice of assessment 

  • Property Tax (If needed)

  • Proof of conjugal law 

  • Proof of reasons why could not live together or get married

  • Proof of undertaking commits & sponsorship agreement

  • Proof of babies’ birth certificate (If needed) 

  • Divorce certificate (If needed)

  • Proof of relationship to a relative in Canada (If needed)

  • Police certificates (In Canada/ Foreign Country)

  • Medical exams

  • Proof of funds

  • Birth certificate

  • Digital photos

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