If a foreign national is married and wants to study in Canada, they may bring their spouse with them. Applicants for study permits are required to submit a statement outlining their motivations for studying in Canada. Here, the applicant may describe why they want their spouse and/or kids to come to Canada with them. The immigration officer has the ultimate say on whether or not a student’s study permit will be approved.
Bringing Your Spouse
An Indian national may add their spouse in their application for a study permit in Canada. If the candidate is granted a study visa in Canada while accompanied by their spouse, the spouse is considered eligible for a spousal open work permit. While their partner is studying in Canada, they will be eligible to work for any Canadian company with this work visa.
Both spouses must register for separate study visas if they want to study in Canada.
Eligibility Conditions To Sponsor Your Spouse
If a person wishes to sponsor a Dependent Visa for Canada, he or she must submit to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada papers including financial information for the preceding 12 months (IRCC). This information will assist authorities in determining if the sponsor has the financial resources to sustain the members, which may include the spouse or children or other family members.
Sponsoring a dependant under the Canada Dependent Visa necessitates the following paperwork:
- Passport and a history of travel
- Background documentation
- Documentation about the spouse/partner, such as a marriage certificate
- Other proof of relationship
- Demonstrate sufficient financial resources
- Completed application and payment of fees to the consulate.
How First Step Immigration Can Help You
Welcoming your spouse to Canada is a delicate process, and First Step Immigration has the knowledge and experience to guide you through the application process with ease. Our expert team of consultants will assist you with the following tasks:
- Filling out an application for a new visa
- Help with the application procedure is available.
- Documentation, forms, and application submission
- Follow-up and updates
- Relocation assistance in Canada and assistance after arrival