Frequently Asked Questions

Who can I sponsor?

You can sponsor your parents, grandparents, spouse, domestic partner, children. It is even possible to sponsor relatives such as a brother, sister, aunt or uncle in quite specific and very unusual situations (consult your immigration consultant).You can also sponsor a relative, related by blood or adoption, of any age, if you meet all of these conditions:

-You (the person who wants to sponsor your relative) do not have a living relative to sponsor in your place, such as:
*Spouse
*Domestic partnerspousal partner
*Son or daughter
*Father
*Grandparent
*Orphaned brother or sister
*Orphaned niece or nephew
*Orphaned grandchild

-You (the potential sponsor) have no relative (aunt or uncle or any of the above relatives), who is:
*Canadian citizen
*Permanent resident
*Indian registered under the Indian Act.

Who can I sponsor?

You can sponsor your parents, grandparents, spouse, domestic partner, children. It is even possible to sponsor relatives such as a brother, sister, aunt or uncle in quite specific and very unusual situations (consult your immigration consultant).You can also sponsor a relative, related by blood or adoption, of any age, if you meet all of these conditions:

-You (the person who wants to sponsor your relative) do not have a living relative to sponsor in your place, such as:
*Spouse
*Domestic partnerspousal partner
*Son or daughter
*Father
*Grandparent
*Orphaned brother or sister
*Orphaned niece or nephew
*Orphaned grandchild

-You (the potential sponsor) have no relative (aunt or uncle or any of the above relatives), who is:
*Canadian citizen
*Permanent resident
*Indian registered under the Indian Act.

Other questions you may be interested in

How many trips does Immiland recommend to make before applying for the visa?

There is no specific number of trips you should make, the recommended logic is that the more trips the better: having 1 trip is better than having 0 trips. The fresher your trips, the better. The more stable the economy of the country you visit, the better.

What happens if when I arrive in Canada I am not allowed to enter by Immigration officials, will I be reimbursed for the Settlement service?

Immiland will not reimburse the cost of the service since the time has been invested in the search, negotiation and closing of the accommodation agreement and the hours of accompaniment with the client have already been booked.

Is Immiland responsible for the owner's compliance with my requirements?

Immiland is an intermediary between the client and the landlord. The client must comply with all the demands and requirements that the landlord establishes for renting the place, also for the monthly payments and fees that the landlord may add for the space.

Can I register without the language test?

No, unfortunately we need proof of language proficiency even if you wish to do a pathway (see FAQ number 2 to understand the pathway). At Immiland we do not send incomplete documents because in order for a Canadian institution to reserve a place for you, you must have all the documents including the language test.

Only Lambton College in the province of Ontario has a 100% free internal test with us that you can take if you wish to enroll in this institution once we send your application.

Are the plans affordable?

Yes, they start at $25 CAD and for Immiland customers under the code Moving2Canada you get $10 CAD off.

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