Which family members can come with you to Canada when you immigrate?

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You can bring family members with you to Canada if they were processed for permanent residence as your dependents.

This includes:

your spouse or common-law partner
your dependent child
your spouse or common-law partner’s dependent child
a dependent child of a dependent child
The family members that can’t come with you include:

-your parents
-grandparents
-brother or sister
-uncle or aunt
-nephew or niece
-other relatives


Your dependents can’t arrive in Canada before you. They must arrive with –you or after you.

You may be able to sponsor them after you immigrate to Canada.

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