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WATCH: Sponsoring your family - Canadian Immigration 'Lottery' Opens October 13

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 09 Oct, 2020
  • WATCH: Sponsoring your family - Canadian Immigration 'Lottery' Opens October 13

WATCH: Thinking of Sponsoring your parents, grandparents, siblings or even fiancee?! You maybe in luck as there are huge changes coming to sponsorship of close as well as extended relatives to Canada. 2020 may be your lucky year as the Lottery opens on October 13th.

The popular immigration program that allows people to sponsor their parents or grandparents to come to Canada is reverting to a lottery system with huge changes, longer deadline, lower income limit and 10,000 spots to fill this year. To tell us more on what this means and how immigration is impacting extended family members. We are joined by Rakesh Sharma, An immigration consultant with Alliance Immigration in Surrey.

 

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