+1(514) 937-9445 or Toll-free (Canada & US) +1 (888) 947-9445

Need help About Being Sponsored By Second Blood

Discussion in 'Education' started by foysal5, Dec 24, 2019.

  1. I was only 6 years old when my father died. In that time, i was living with my family in my hometown. After that me along with my mother and elder brother moved to dhaka and started living in an extended family with my uncle. My uncle is my guardian right now. He bears all of my cost and also my elder brother's. My mother is a housewife. As studying in Canada is my dream , i stated preparation for ielts after my hsc exam and got overall 7. My uncle's friends are living in Canada with their families. He knows the value of a Canadian degree and saves nearly 40 lacs for my study there . As i am a member of this group since my college life, i know most of the things about documents. I have all of the documents except first blood sponsor. In this situation, will it be a major problem for being sponsor by my uncle? I know that apart from parents is not a good idea to show sponsor. Please give me proper guideline considering my situation. If any explanation is needed please give me idea how can i write it. I haven't found such documents in file section.I also read other portals and found that i need family registration certificate , family tree to demonstrate my situation . If anyone have any idea about such things please help me.

    Thank You.
  2. Your uncle can sponsor your studies.
  3. what kind of documents i need?
    Is there anyone you know,who got study permit in Canada by 2nd blood sponsor?
  4. I don't know where you are getting this "second blood" term from. It isn't one used in immigration. Many people have their studies sponsored by different family members. It's fine. You submit the same documentation as everyone else.
  5. Thank you so much for your response
  6. Everyone is saying that apart from parents and siblings canadian visa officer do not count others such as uncle as sponsor for study in Canada. Visa rejection is 100% for this. Is it true? please help me
  7. You have already been told that it isn’t true. It is prefered because they are the most likely to continue supporting you. Would include that your father passed away when you were young and that your uncle has filled a father-like role in your life and would like to support your studies financially.
  8. I already answered this in a previous post.

Share This Page