Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP)

Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP)

Are you a Canadian citizen or permanent resident looking to sponsor your parents or grandparents for permanent residence in Canada? The Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP) may be your best option. However, it's important to note that IRCC operates a lottery system for the PGP, which means you'll need to submit an Interest to Sponsor form before being placed in a pool.

Here's how the PGP lottery system works:

  • 1. Submit an Interest to Sponsor form: The first step is to submit an Interest to Sponsor form during the designated intake period. This form is available online and requires basic information about you and your family.
  • 2. Be placed in a pool: After the intake period ends, IRCC will randomly select potential sponsors from the pool and invite them to apply for the PGP.
  • 3. Receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA): If you're selected from the pool, you'll receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) from IRCC. This ITA will outline the next steps you'll need to take to complete the application process.
  • 4. Submit a full application: Once you receive an ITA, you'll have 60 days to submit a complete application. This application will require detailed information about your parents or grandparents, including their medical history, education, work experience, and more.
  • 5. Wait for processing: After you submit your application, IRCC will review it to ensure that you and your parents or grandparents meet all the eligibility requirements. Processing times can vary, so it's important to be patient during this stage.
    • At GoldOX World, we understand that the PGP lottery system can be confusing and stressful. That's why we offer comprehensive services to guide you through the entire process, from submitting an Interest to Sponsor form to submitting a complete application.

      Our team will ensure that you meet all the requirements and submit a successful application.

      Contact us today to schedule a consultation take the first step towards reuniting with your parents or grandparents in Canada.

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