Sponsor your undeclared Spouse and Children Canada

What is undeclared Family Members

When someone applies for permanent residence, all their family members must be declared and for most also need to be examined. This means they must have criminal and security checks, and a medical exam. Immigration Canada need this information to make sure their family members don’t make them ineligible for permanent residence.

If an applicant for permanent residence did not provide his or her family information, those were the undeclared family members

Currently, the consequence for failing to have a non-accompanying family member examined is a lifetime bar on being able to sponsor that family member, as per paragraphs 117(9)(d) and 125(1)(d) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (the Regulations).

These regulations were put in place to encourage full disclosure by immigration applicants, to enhance the overall integrity of Family Class immigration, and to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians.

Who is undeclared family members?

The family members who were not declared (accompanying or not) on the Permanent residence application of the applicant or before they become permanent residence.

Who is a family member?

  • Spouse, common-law partner
  • Dependent Child
  • Defendent Child of a dependent child (grandchild)

Why is the declaration of family members necessary?

Under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), all family members must be declared – there are no exceptions.

With few exceptions, all dependants must be examined as part of the process for acquiring permanent residence.

Both the principal applicant and the principal applicant’s dependants, whether accompanying or not, must meet the requirements of the legislation.

If family members were not declared they are not part of the family class. If they are not part of the family class, they will not be eligible for family sponsorship in the future.

Can I sponsor undeclared family members?

Currently the government of Canada introduced a two-year pilot project on September 9, 2019. Under this project, if you meet specific criteria, you may sponsor your undeclared family members.

Who can sponsor undeclared family members under this pilot program?

You may sponsor undeclared family member, only if you applied for immigration to Canada under one of the following programs:

The Sponsor mist also meet the other requirements to be sponsor

  • be 18 years of age or older.
  • be a Canadian citizen, registered Indian or permanent resident.
  • live in Canada.
  • sign an undertaking promising to provide for the basic requirements of the person being sponsored.

Who is not eligible for the pilot project?

You may not sponsor any of the following undeclared family memebers under this pilot program:

  • after being sponsored in the family class other than as a spouse, partner or child (for example, parent/grandparent and their dependents, other relatives)
  • in the permit holder class
  • as an applicant in-Canada based on humanitarian and comprassionate grounds
  • The family member could make you inadmissible to Canada when you initially immigrated to Canada; or
  • You didn’t declare the family member because their declaration disqualified you to immigrate to Canada.

What if I do not qualify to sponsor undeclared family members under this pilot program?

If you do not qualify for the pilot project, you could still apply under Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C)  considerations under Article 25 and Article 25 (1).

This application provides the flexibility to grant permanent residence status or a permanent resident visa to certain foreign nationals who would otherwise not qualify in any class, in cases in which there are compelling H&C grounds.

When submitting an H&C application, the applicant should justify and provide supporting documents as to why the application should be processed with H&C consideration.

There is a way to sponsor undeclared family members. Each case is unique, and applicant should carefully examine and prepare their application.

With this type of immigration application you should consider asking for professional assistance who has knowledge and success application for undeclared family members sponsorship.

At ImmigCanada we have a lot of success applications under undeclared family members sponsorship and all of them are already reunited here in Canada.

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What are undeclared Family Members?

Kapag may nag-apply ng Permanent Residence, ang lahat ng miyembro ng kanilang pamilya ay dapat ideklara at ang karamihan ay kailangan ding I examine. Ibig sabihin po nito kailangan nilang dumaan sa medical and criminal background check. Kailangan po ng Immigration Canada ang impormasyong ito upang matiyak na hindi sila ang dahilan para maging ineligible ang aplikante sa Permanent Residence application nila. Kung hindi nyo po ibinigay ang information ng inyong family members sa Permanent Residence application nyo. Sila po ang undeclared family members.

At the moment as per Immigration Canada Regulation, kung hindi po I de declare at ma e examine ang non accompanying family member, lifetime bar po or hindi na po sila ma I sponsoran.

Paragraphs 117(9)(d) and 125(1)(d) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations

Kaya po may regulation na ganito, para ma encourage po ang lahat ng immigration applicants for full disclosure to enhance the overall integrity of Family Class immigration, and to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians.

Sino ang undeclared family members?

Ang family members na hindi idineklara (accompanying or not) sa aplikasyon ng Permanent Residence ng aplikante na o bago sila maging Permanent Residence.

Who is a family member?

  • Spouse, common-law partner
  • Dependent child
  • Dependent child of a dependent child (grandchild)

Bakit kinakailangan ang pagdeklara ng mga miyembro ng pamilya?

As per Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), ang lahat ng miyembro ng pamilya ay dapat ideklara – no exceptions.

With few exceptions, lahat ng dependents ay kailangan ma examine dahil part ito ng process for acquiring permanent residence.

Both principal applicants and principal dependent, kahit accompanying or not ay dapat ma meet ang requirements ng legislations.

Kung hindi po na declare ang family hindi na po sila part ng family class. If hindi part ng family class, hindi po sila maaring ma sponsoran.

Maaari ba na ma sponsoran ang undeclared family member?

At the moment meron pong two-year pilot project for undeclared family members ang immigration Canada, nag bukas last September 9, 2019. Sa pilot project po na ito, if ma meet po ang specific criteria ay pwedeng ma sponsoran ang undeclared family member.

Sino ang maaaring mag-sponsor undeclared family members under this pilot program?

Pwede po kayong mag sponsor ng undeclared family members, kung ang application nyo ay under this immigration programs.

The sponsor must also meet the other requirements to be a sponsor

  • be 18 years of age or older.
  • be a Canadian citizen, registered Indian or permanent resident.
  • live in Canada.
  • sign an undertaking promising to provide for the basic requirements of the person being sponsored.

Who is not eligible to sponsor under this pilot program? Or yung hindi pwedeng mag apply sa undeclared sponsorship pilot program na ito.

Hindi nyo po maaaring sponsoran ang mga undeclared family members if ang immigration program na inapalyan nyo ay isa sa mga sumusunod:

  • after being sponsored in the family class other than as a spouse, partner or child (for example, parent/grandparent and their dependents, other relatives)
  • in the permit holder class
  • as an applicant in-Canada based on humanitarian and compassionate grounds
  • The family member could make you inadmissible to Canada when you initiallyimmigrated to Canada; or
  • You didn’t declare the family member because their declaration disqualified you to immigrate to Canada.

Paano if hindi ka qualified to sponsor undeclared family members under this pilot program?

Kung hindi ka qualified to apply sa pilot program na ito, pwede ka pa ring mag apply under Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) consideration under Article 25 and Article 25 (1). This application provides the flexibility to grant permanent residence status or a permanent resident visa to certain foreign nationals who would otherwise not qualify in any class, in cases in which there are compelling H&C grounds.

Kung mag sa submit po kayo ng application under H&C consideration, dapat you should justify and provide supporting documents kung bakit ang application should be processed with H&C consideration.

There is a way po to sponsor undeclared family members specially ang undeclared child. Each case is unique, and applicant should carefully examine and prepare their application.

Sa klase po ng application na ito dapat I consider nyo po to seek professional assistance. Yung mag knowledge and success na sa klase ng application nato.

At ImmigCanada maramin po kaming success clients under undeclared family sponsorship. All of them are already here in Canada reunited with their family members.

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