Spousal Sponsorship

Overview of Canadian Spousal Sponsorship Immigration Program

Spousal sponsorship allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their spouse or common-law partner to immigrate to Canada. This program aims to promote family reunification by enabling couples to live together in Canada and build a life together.

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Bringing your spouse to Canada through spousal sponsorship is an important and emotional journey. At Titan Law, we understand the significance of reuniting families and strive to make the process as smooth as possible. Our reputable immigration lawyers in BC, specifically in the Vancouver area, are dedicated to providing comprehensive legal guidance and support throughout your spousal sponsorship journey.

To get started on your family sponsorship journey, we invite you to book a free consultation with our experienced lawyers at Titan Law. During this consultation, we will assess your eligibility, answer your questions, and provide you with personalized advice tailored to your specific circumstances.


The income required to sponsor a spouse in Canada varies based on factors such as the number of people being sponsored and the sponsor’s location. Sponsors must meet the minimum necessary income threshold set by the government.

The ease of obtaining a spouse visa in Canada depends on meeting the eligibility criteria and providing sufficient evidence of a genuine relationship. While the process can be complex, working with an experienced immigration lawyer can help streamline the application.

No, you must be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada to sponsor your spouse for immigration. Having permanent residency (PR) is a requirement for sponsoring a spouse to Canada.

A proof of relationship letter for spousal sponsorship is a document that provides a written statement describing the history, nature, and genuineness of the relationship between the sponsor and the sponsored spouse. It is typically written by the sponsor or the sponsored spouse.

First stage approval in spousal sponsorship refers to the initial assessment of the sponsorship application by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). It signifies that the application has met the minimum requirements, and the process will proceed to the next stages, including further assessment and final decision-making.