Canada allows its citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their adopted children to come to the country and live with them. If you're sponsoring an adopted child, he or she must be related to you as one of these:
Even if you don't bear any such relationship with them, you can still sponsor them, only if you don't have any of these relatives, living in Canada, you could sponsor as a member of family class:
In short, you shouldn't have any relative who is living in Canada or is a Canadian citizen or is a permanent resident of Canada or a registered Indian, in order to sponsor your adopted child to bring him/her to Canada.
You must apply for necessary travel document, before you bring your child to Canada. You can also apply for permanent residence or Canadian citizenship for your adopted child right away. However, you must remember that:
On arrival in Canada as a permanent resident, your adopted child will be entitled to:
Bringing an adopted child to Canada is a complex process despite Canadian government encourages family reunification. You also need to contact the adoption authority in your province even before you apply to adopt a child from another country. This makes the entire process much more complex and time consuming. It, therefore, becomes essential to seek professional help to bring your adopted child to Canada in a hassle-free manner.
SPS Canada Immigration Inc. offers you consultancy and assistance through qualified and regulated immigration consultants. Our immigration experts know how to file a strong application and answer enquiries from the Canadian consulate or embassy. While you prepare to bring your child to Canada, we take care of the entire immigration process, eliminating all possible risks of refusal.
You may get started by filling our free online immigration assessment form. We will get back to you within one business day to discuss your eligibility and options.