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Canada Spousal Sponsorship & Work Permits: Facebook Live February 14

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Canada Spousal Sponsorship & Work Permits: Facebook Live February 14

Immigration Lawyer Evelyn Ackah Answers Your Questions about Canada Spousal Sponsorship and Work Permits

Canada places a high priority on family reunification immigration. The Family Class Application is a way for a permanent resident or citizen of Canada to sponsor their spouse or common-law partner to immigrate to Canada.

Open Work Permit Pilot for Spouses and Partners Extended
On January 30, IRCC extended the open work permit pilot program for in-Canada family class spouses and common-law partners applying for permanent residence until July 31, 2020. More information is available here.

Canada Spousal Sponsorship Work Permits Evelyn Ackah Immigration Lawyer

How to Bring Your Spouse or Partner to Canada:

Do you have questions about spousal sponsorship? Immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah will answer your questions about spousal sponsorship to Canada on Facebook Live. We will be talking about spousal sponsorship, conjugal sponsorship and all things spousal immigration on:

Immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah will answer your questions on Facebook Live about spousal sponsorship to Canada including:

  • Who Can Apply to Sponsor Their Partner to Move to Canada
  • Spousal Immigration Sponsorship Requirements
  • Conjugal Partner Sponsorship Requirements
  • Common Law Partner Sponsorship Requirements
  • Same-Sex Partner Sponsorship Requirements
  • Spousal Open Work Permits

Note: If you're not able to watch live, the video will be available on our Facebook page: Ackah Business Immigration Law.

Learn More: 3 Ways Your Foreign Partner Can Join You in Canada


Evelyn L. Ackah, BA, LL.B.

Founder/Managing Lawyer

Ms. Ackah is passionate about immigration law because it focuses on people and relationships, which are at the core of her personal values. Starting her legal career as a corporate/commercial ...

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After two attempts to manage spousal sponsorship visa on our own, we decided that it was worth the money and ease of mind to hire a professional. I'm so glad we did! With Ackah Law, all of the processes were made clear and every detail correct. Communication was timely and it was rarely a challenge to get a live call or meeting that worked with our busy schedules. It's expensive to retain a lawyer, of course, but for the many ways that the Canadian immigration systems have changed in the past few years, a good law firm is indispensable. My only feedback would be to expand their business to offer a start-to-settlement concierge service, because the paperwork doesn't end when you land! :)

G.W.

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