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Pgp eligibility need advice

KaurMN1882

Newbie
Nov 23, 2021
1
0
Hello everyone,

I applied for my parents in 2020, got the invite in sept 2021. Only to realize later for 2018 my income is 20000$ (I moved to canada the same year and worked for just a few months) I misunderstood the income requirement as my package that year. Def my bad.
However, i am thinking to still apply and i already have everything ready. I am planning on getting my t4s early 2022 and returns as well early 2022 - so they may consider my 2019, 2020 and 2021 income. And not 2018. would that help me be elligible for sponsoring my parents.
Additionally- i have steady income since 2018 way over the minimum limit each year. my husband is co signing as well.
Does this make my application stand a chance? Is it worth applying? any other sugestions are also appreciated!
Thanks for any suggestions in advance.
 

scylla

VIP Member
Jun 8, 2010
92,846
20,496
Toronto
Category........
Visa Office......
Buffalo
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
28-05-2010
AOR Received.
19-08-2010
File Transfer...
28-06-2010
Passport Req..
01-10-2010
VISA ISSUED...
05-10-2010
LANDED..........
05-10-2010
Hello everyone,

I applied for my parents in 2020, got the invite in sept 2021. Only to realize later for 2018 my income is 20000$ (I moved to canada the same year and worked for just a few months) I misunderstood the income requirement as my package that year. Def my bad.
However, i am thinking to still apply and i already have everything ready. I am planning on getting my t4s early 2022 and returns as well early 2022 - so they may consider my 2019, 2020 and 2021 income. And not 2018. would that help me be elligible for sponsoring my parents.
Additionally- i have steady income since 2018 way over the minimum limit each year. my husband is co signing as well.
Does this make my application stand a chance? Is it worth applying? any other sugestions are also appreciated!
Thanks for any suggestions in advance.
Your application has no chance of being approved. Refusal is guaranteed since you don't meet the mandatory requirements to sponsor. No point submitting the application.
 

YVR123

VIP Member
Jul 27, 2017
6,540
2,500
Hello everyone,

I applied for my parents in 2020, got the invite in sept 2021. Only to realize later for 2018 my income is 20000$ (I moved to canada the same year and worked for just a few months) I misunderstood the income requirement as my package that year. Def my bad.
However, i am thinking to still apply and i already have everything ready. I am planning on getting my t4s early 2022 and returns as well early 2022 - so they may consider my 2019, 2020 and 2021 income. And not 2018. would that help me be elligible for sponsoring my parents.
Additionally- i have steady income since 2018 way over the minimum limit each year. my husband is co signing as well.
Does this make my application stand a chance? Is it worth applying? any other sugestions are also appreciated!
Thanks for any suggestions in advance.
If you decide to do that, you will miss 2022 interest to sponsor. Or even that of 2023.

You cannot submit another application until your currnet one is approved/rejected/withdrawn.
 

canuck78

VIP Member
Jun 18, 2017
52,969
12,772
Hello everyone,

I applied for my parents in 2020, got the invite in sept 2021. Only to realize later for 2018 my income is 20000$ (I moved to canada the same year and worked for just a few months) I misunderstood the income requirement as my package that year. Def my bad.
However, i am thinking to still apply and i already have everything ready. I am planning on getting my t4s early 2022 and returns as well early 2022 - so they may consider my 2019, 2020 and 2021 income. And not 2018. would that help me be elligible for sponsoring my parents.
Additionally- i have steady income since 2018 way over the minimum limit each year. my husband is co signing as well.
Does this make my application stand a chance? Is it worth applying? any other sugestions are also appreciated!
Thanks for any suggestions in advance.
Is your husband co-signing? Was he in Canada in 2018?
 

Indian applicant

Hero Member
Jun 29, 2014
380
20
Hello everyone,

I applied for my parents in 2020, got the invite in sept 2021. Only to realize later for 2018 my income is 20000$ (I moved to canada the same year and worked for just a few months) I misunderstood the income requirement as my package that year. Def my bad.
However, i am thinking to still apply and i already have everything ready. I am planning on getting my t4s early 2022 and returns as well early 2022 - so they may consider my 2019, 2020 and 2021 income. And not 2018. would that help me be elligible for sponsoring my parents.
Additionally- i have steady income since 2018 way over the minimum limit each year. my husband is co signing as well.
Does this make my application stand a chance? Is it worth applying? any other sugestions are also appreciated!
Thanks for any suggestions in advance.
No. It does NOT help. The process is transparent. The rules are clearly defined in advance. Even one Dollar less will make it ineligible. why would they twist the rules for you? IRCC is answerable to audit and compliance too.