Greetings to all! My question might sound silly, but I swear that I have looked everywhere for an answer, including this forum, and could not find anything. Basically, I am confused as to how exactly my spouse (the Applicant) and I (the Sponsor) should be sending out our application packages in the mail to IRCC. We are doing outland sponsorship, because I live in Canada, as my husband lives and works in the US. At the moment he is unable to visit me in Canada due to restrains, so I visit him very frequently in the US. Since we technically live in two different countries, and both have completed and gathered our applications and supporting documents, do we send everything in ONE batch to IRCC, or do we have to send our application packages separately - one for the Sponsor, and one for the Applicant? If we do have to send in everything together, where do we send our mail package from? My home in Canada or his home in US? I was just a little bit paranoid and worried over the fact that if we do send the whole application package from Canada (because you can always see the return address on the envelope) the IRCC officials might mistakenly think that my spouse lives with me here and that might somehow negatively affect our application... I know it's prob silly to think that, please re-assure me kindly! One more question - My spouse and I have just married 3 months ago in the US. We had our ceremony, wedding and reception with all the legal stuff. We never lived together before that but visited each other (we're from the same culture). I've read somewhere that partners should live together for a year before applying for spousal sponsorship, but I think that only applies to common-law partners, and not to spouses? Please correct me if I'm wrong, I would be glad to be wrong! Thank you so much for taking the time to help me with my questions! Good luck to everyone here!