2 Year Rule Abolished for Canada Spousal Sponsors

2 Year Rule for Spousal Sponsors Abolished: Evelyn Ackah Canada Immigration Lawyer

Spousal Sponsors

Canada has abolished the requirement that sponsored spouse immigration applicants must live with their spousal sponsor for 2 years prior being granted permanent residency, effective April 28, 2017. IRCC – Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada – will continue to investigate allegations of marriage fraud and convenience for immigration purposes, which is a crime in Canada.

The new policy applies to anyone who has applied for Canada spousal sponsorship even if they were previously applying under the 2-year rule: applicants do not have to take any actions. The Canadian government will continue to investigate allegations of marriage fraud and convenience for immigration reasons, which is a crime in Canada.

Learn more here: Canada Abolishes 2 Year Rule for Spousal Sponsorship

Evelyn Ackah is one of Canada’s most reputable, professional and proven immigration lawyers, immigration specialist and expert in business immigration law. Sought-after for her client-focused services, immigration expertise and results-driven approach to immigration law, and as the founder and managing lawyer at Ackah Business Immigration Law, Evelyn Ackah is at the forefront of legal and policy immigration developments to ensure her clients are fully compliant with the latest regulatory and policy changes, and that they understand the nuances and impacts of these changes to their business and their people.

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