Grandparents Sponsorship

Overview of Canadian Grandparents Sponsorship Immigration Program

At Titan Law, we understand the deep bond between grandparents and their grandchildren. We recognize the importance of family unity and strive to help you bring your grandparents to Canada through the Grandparents Sponsorship program. Our experienced immigration lawyers in British Columbia (BC), serving the Vancouver area, are here to guide you through the sponsorship process, ensuring a smooth and successful reunion with your loved ones.

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Reuniting with your grandparents in Canada is a heartfelt endeavor that requires careful navigation of the immigration process. At Titan Law, our team of dedicated lawyers understands the importance of family ties and is here to support you every step of the way. Contact us today to book a free consultation with our experienced lawyers serving British Columbia (BC), including the Vancouver area. Let us help you bring your grandparents closer to home.

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Please note that immigration policies and processing times can change over time, so it’s important to consult with our immigration lawyers for the most accurate and up-to-date information based on your specific circumstances.


No, under the current regulations, grandparents cannot directly sponsor their grandchildren for immigration to Canada. However, there are other family sponsorship programs available, such as parents and grandparents sponsorship, where a Canadian citizen or permanent resident can sponsor their parents (grandchild’s grandparents) for immigration to Canada.

Yes, a 70-year-old individual can immigrate to Canada, provided they meet the eligibility requirements for a specific immigration program. Age itself is not a barrier to immigration to Canada. However, it’s essential to consider the specific criteria of the program, such as the points system, health requirements, and financial capability, which may vary depending on the immigration stream or category chosen.

Once sponsored and granted permanent residence, grandparents can stay in Canada indefinitely. Permanent residents have the right to live, work, and study in Canada, as well as access healthcare and social benefits. However, it’s important to maintain permanent resident status by meeting residency obligations, which include physical presence requirements.

Having a grandmother born in Canada does not automatically grant you the right to move to Canada. However, if you have a Canadian citizen parent or meet other eligibility criteria, you may be eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship or immigration through various programs available, such as family sponsorship or skilled worker programs. Each case is assessed individually based on specific requirements.

As of our knowledge cutoff in September 2021, the processing times for grandparent sponsorship applications were approximately 20 to 24 months. However, processing times can vary depending on factors such as the volume of applications, the complexity of the case, and the efficiency of the immigration authorities. It’s advisable to consult with our immigration lawyers for the most up-to-date information on current processing times.