This publication is intended for private sponsors (i.e., Sponsorship Agreement Holders (SAHs) and their Constituent Groups (CG), Groups of Five (G5) and Community Sponsors (CS)) in Canada who are interested in sponsoring refugees from abroad.
Table of Contents
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Private sponsorship of refugees program
- 2.1 Who may be sponsored?
- 2.2 Who may not be sponsored?
- 2.3 Who may submit a private sponsorship?
- 2.4 Who may not submit a private sponsorship?
- 2.5 How is a sponsoring group formed?
- 2.6 What are the responsibilities of the sponsoring group?
- 2.7 How much financial support will be required?
- 2.8 Are there any extra costs?
- 2.9 How is a match made between a sponsoring group and a refugee?
- 2.10 What is a non-accompanying family member and the One Year Window of Opportunity?
- 2.11 What is a de facto dependant?
- 2.12 Addition of a dependant to an application
- 2.13 How does a group begin the sponsorship process?
- 2.14 IMM 6000 application kit
- 2.15 How is the application processed?
- 2.16 How can I obtain information on my sponsorship?
- 2.17 What are the refugee's responsibilities?
- 2.18 When will the refugee arrive?
- 2.19 Other useful information
- 3. Additional sponsorship opportunities
- 4. Where do I send information and where should I go for information?
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