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Subject: parents dependent sponsorship
  can some guide here, about my sponsorship of my mother in law as principal applicant,if she can bring her two sons unmarried aged 35 and 37 years as they are dependent financially on her and having medical problems and an unmarried grand daughter aged 22 (studying in university and dependents on her grandmother as her real mother died). any reply will be great help,i qualify as sponsor for my mother in law, under minimum income level. in breif can she brings her grand daughter medically fit and healthy but dependents and two sons with medical issues and fully dependents on her, thanks in advance
[13-04-2014,14:22]
[**.51.115.247]
SUNNY
(in reply to: parents dependent sponsorship)
Forget about the sons - it´s not going to work. First of all, unless their medical conditions are so serious that they can´t function on their own (i.e. they can´t function as adults), CIC will say they are far (FAR) too old to be dependents and will exclude them from the application. If their medical conditions are serious enough that they can´t function on their own (i.e. can´t function as adults), then CIC will eventually determine that they are inadmissible since they will create a social service / health care burden on Canada. Their refusal will result in your mother in law being automatically refused as well. So no point even trying to include them.

As for the grand daughter, did the grandmother officially adopted her before the age of sixteen? And can she prove it? Has the grand daughter also been in school full time and continuously since turning 22?

A few additional notes: You cannot sponsor your mother in law. Only her son / daughter can sponsor her. You can only cosign. Parent / grandparent sponsorships have reached the cap already this year so next year is the earliest when sponsorship would be possible. When you calculate LICO, you will need to add all of the individuals you are including as the mother-in-law´s dependents in the LICO calculation. Also note that you need to be able to prove through tax return that you have met LICO for at least three years in a row before sponsoring.

[13-04-2014,17:51]
[**.30.89.96]
Anonymous
(in reply to: parents dependent sponsorship)
Anonymous thanks for help, its great reply, i know i will be co sponsor with my spouse, and we have three years income levels.there is no serious medical conditions for sons of mother in law, they can function well on their own,one man has polio in his legs(and post graduate) and other is little bit autistic(not fully), but financially and medically dependent on their mother. the girl is not adopted officially but she is also dependent on grandmother and studying in university.can you please tell me what would be the status if we apply, thanks again.
[13-04-2014,21:15]
[**.51.115.247]
SUNNY
(in reply to: parents dependent sponsorship)
If you want your mother in law to immigrate to Canada, then she will have to do it on her own and she won´t be able to bring her sons or grand daughter.

I don´t understand your question: "Can you please tell me what would be the status if we apply." If you are asking about the sons and grand daughter - then you can´t sponsor them. Only the mother in law. If they wish to come to Canada they would have to qualify independently.

[13-04-2014,23:28]
[**.30.89.96]
Anonymous
(in reply to: parents dependent sponsorship)
hi, thanks for the reply again, my question is mother in law will be principal applicant and we will be sponsors, and can she brings her dependents as explained in earlier post, as two sons are type c, i mean financially and medically dependents on her(more than 22 years old).Thanks again.
[14-04-2014,09:36]
[**.51.115.247]
SUNNY
(in reply to: parents dependent sponsorship)
I have already answered your question. If your mother in law wants to immigrate, she will not be able to bring her sons with her. She will have to immigrate alone.

If she includes her sons in the application as dependent, then one of two things will happen:

1)CIC will decide they are not actually dependents and remove them from the application.
2)CIC will decide that one or both of the sons will create a burden on the Canadian health care system and/or social assistance system and will refuse the entire application (including your mother in law) for medical inadmissibility reasons.

[14-04-2014,11:21]
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Anonymous
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