In short, you must be able to provide for your spouse or common-law partner’s basic needs.
Basic needs include:
- Food, clothing, shelter and anything else needed for everyday living.
- Dental care, eye care and other health care that isn’t covered by public health services.
Before signing the undertaking agreement, you must be certain that the sponsored person will not need to ask the government for financial help. In addition, if they receive social assistance from the government, you will need to pay back the amount they have received during the time you were responsible for them.
The undertaking is a binding promise of support. It deems you responsible for supporting the applicant for the length of the undertaking period, even if your situation changes. The undertaking will stay in effect even if:
- The person you sponsor becomes a Canadian citizen
- You divorce, separate or the relationship with the sponsored person breaks down
- You or the sponsored person move to another province or country
- You experience financial problems
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