Canada will accept parental sponsorship applications on October 13, 2020

Update (July 20, 2021): IRCC won’t allow new registration for parental sponsorship in 2021. However, they will invite 30,000 applicants from the group that showed their interest in October 2020. They will issue the invitations in the course of two weeks and starting from Sep 20, 2021. Click here to know more about the requirements of this program. 

IRCC announced they are going to accept new parental sponsorship applications soon. The online system will be open from October 13, 2020, to Nov 3, 2020. Of course, here are some facts you need to know.

  • They will randomly select 10,000 applications.
  • While the sponsor’s income needs to be LICO+30% for 2018 and 2019, their 2020 income needs to be LICO only.
  • If you cannot use the online system due to inadmissibility, you could request the form via email IRCC.PGP[email protected]
  • Remember if they invite you to apply, you have only 60 days to submit all the documents.

According to CBC, the Government will increase the number of applications to 30,000 in 2020. Of course, this is an attempt to stay with an average of 20,000 applications per year.

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