Canadian Immigration - Conjugal Visa
Applicants that are looking to join their partners in Canada under the Common law partner visa can apply successfully if you are a common-law partner, either of opposite sex or same-se. You are also required to be living with your sponsor in a conjugal relationship for at least 1 year before submitting your application. The year of living together must be a continuous 12-month period and cannot be intermittent periods that add up to 1 year.
To ensure that you application is given the highest chance of approval, please ensure that you can evidence the following documents below:
- Correspondence addressed to either person or both people at the same address
- Joint management of household expenses;
- Joint bank accounts
- Joint ownership of a home
- Joint residential leases;
- Joint rental receipts;
- Joint utilities (electricity, gas, telephone etc
The sponsor of the foreign national must agree to provide for the applicant’s basic needs for a period of at least 3 years after the visa is issued. They are also expected to continue to live together in Canada for a minimum of 2 years after the visa is issued.
Please speak with our team of specialist regarding Common law visa for Canada or any other family visa.