Thanks for the response.If you have already submitted your e-APR and you were not previously living together for one year on the day you received your ITA, you can simply add her documents.
Thanks a bunch for the clarification and I am totally clear now. Much appreciated . no-2 works for me .Again, this is the way it works:
1. If you were already common-law partners (living together for at least one year) on or before February 29, you must add her now and your score will be recalculated. If it falls below the cutoff in your round your application will be refused and you will be assessed for misrepresentation.
2. If you get married or reach one year of living together after February 29, but before you become a PR, you can simply add her documents. There is no score change.
3. If you become a PR before getting married or reaching one year of living together, you can sponsor her.
No, CRS will not be recalculated if you married after AOR. Hence no need to submit any documents related to language, education or work experience for your spouse.]
Hi thanks for the info. I want my spouse to accompany me. In this case, will they recalculate my CRS score or I will just have to add my spouse documents ( medical, Security and marriage certificate) without having to recalculate CRS but, just adding those docs. Thanks
I don't get why you are bringing this up so many times.Just be careful that you are not misrepresenting your marital or common-law status at any point, as it could prevent both of you from becoming PRs.
Hello,If you are getting married after AOR date then CRS points are not recalculated. On the other hand if you were married before AOR and adding spouse after AOR then it's misrepresentation and they can reject the application.
Adding your spouse will impact the processing of your application as your spouse needs to complete medical and security even if he/she is not accompanying. You can inform IRCC about the marital status and they will share the application forms and the required document list. But for faster processing you can get all the docs ready in advance and once you have the marriage certificate in hand submit everything right away.
These are the docs requested from me, make sure that you fill in the latest version of the form.
Upfront medical was not requested by them, but you can still do an upfront and in most cases they approve it. Doing medical upfront will save 4-6 weeks time.
- A new Generic Application Form for Canada (IMM 0008) with supporting documents,
- (If applicable) A Schedule A - Background/Declaration (IMM 5669) form,
- (If applicable) An Additional Dependants/Declaration (IMM 0008DEP) form,
- (If applicable) A signed Additional Family Information (IMM 5406) form,
- A copy of the birth certificate, marriage certificate or proof of common-law relationship,
- A copy of the family member's valid passport,
- Police certificates for all countries where the family member over the age of 18 has lived for more than 6 months since turning 18,
- A letter of explanation, and
- If applicable, the proof of payment.
Expect delays anywhere from 2 months to 1 year on the application.
Best to split it as multiple webforms, compressing the PDF forms too small would make them difficult to read.Thanks. Can i send all the docs with One Webform? Just upload all the docs and send? Plus. we also need a proof of payment ryt?