My long distance partner is applying for a visa to visit Canada for the first time. She is enrolled in a grad program in her home country (Serbia) and will only stay for a few weeks to meet my family. I think the application should be straightforward, but we are not sure if we should indicate that we are in a commonlaw partnership or not. We lived together in Serbia for almost exactly one year (about 368 days) from Sept.2017-Sept.2018. My residence permit there was registered at her address so we have documentation that we lived together during that time. I was enrolled as a student there but I dropped the program, and therefore couldn't stay, so I returned to Canada to find work. We don't have immediate plans to move in together in the near future but of course we plan to when it becomes possible again. Do we qualify as commonlaw, and if so should we indicate that we are on her application? (I've heard that something like this could be a problem, because it might suggest she could be planning to overstay - is that true?) Thanks!