Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship will be open on January 2nd, 2019

Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship will be open on January 2nd, 2019. 

Only few days left for the program to re-open.

Since it’s a first come first serve program, we need to be there 1st to make the cut and sponsor your parents.

 

If you are still thinking or have not started yet, you seriously need to act now.

 

Check the table for your eligibility and see if you are eligible. If you are, then Email or call us ASAP at 905 275 2046 or 416 500 2046  info@directtocanada.ca 


There are a lot of documents and information that we cannot leave it to last minute

 

To be eligible, you need to meet family income for all the year 2015 to 2017 depending on your family members.

 

Count the Number of Family Members as below:

Count yourself as 1 + Your spouse and kids + your parents that you want to sponsor from your home country

 

 

No of family members

Family Income 2017

Family Income 2016

Family Income 2015

2

$  39,813.00

$  39,371.00

$  38,618.00

3

$  48,945.00

$  48,404.00

$  47,476.00

4

$  59,426.00

$  58,768.00

$  57,642.00

5

$  67,400.00

$  66,654.00

$  65,377.00

6

$  76,015.00

$  75,174.00

$  73,733.00

7

$  84,631.00

$  83,695.00

$  82,091.00


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