Same-sex marriage became legal everywhere in Canada in 2005. Most legal rights have been extended to same-sex partners, including pension, tax benefits and inheritance. Canada is a tolerant society that grants improved civil rights to same-sex couples and welcomes such couples with open arms. Whether you wish to immigrate, study, work or simply visit Canada to get married, Canada's friendly same-sex immigration laws can turn your dreams into a reality. Do not hesitate and contact us to get started immediately!
Married - Legally married in Canada or any other jurisdiction where same-sex marriages are recognized.
Common Law relationships - Living together for at least one year in a marriage-like relationship.
Conjugal relationship - In a relationship for at least one year, but have been unable to live together for legal or other reasons.
We assist in applying for visitor visas for same-sex couples. If you want to get married with your partner in Canada, you don't need to be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident.
Permanent resident assessment
You can apply to immigrate to Canada as a family with your same-sex partner, common law or conjugal partner.
Students work permit assessment
Same-sex partners can accompany a student to Canada for the duration of their stay.
Temporary work permit
Skilled workers may obtain immigrant visas for their same-sex partners as well. Partners can accompany a foreign worker for the duration of work permit.