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You may be falling short in immigration points and what if a relative’s sponsorship can make up for these points??

This category has been classified to help those applicants seek family sponsorship who are not the parent, child, spouse or fiancé of the sponsor. It is for siblings or other relatives of a sponsor from the above countries and as per the immigration regulations, each country has its own manner of permitting such relative to be sponsored by a citizen living there. For example, sibling sponsorship is very popular in USA and foreign nationals have been practicing obtaining sponsorship from their US citizen sibling for long. Other countries do not have a direct program of sibling sponsorship and we have the following opportunity for applicants seeking sponsorship of a sibling from UK, Canada, Australia and Europe.

Australia and Canada have been very popular in allowing siblings living in these countries to assist their brothers / sisters / nephews / nieces / Uncles / Aunts abroad. In this instance, the immigration seeking applicant qualifies in some immigration category on his own and gets a great support from the relative living in Australia and Canada in terms of immigration points. This means that the applicants falling short in any immigration program for Australia and Canada (such as Skilled Migration) may have a greater chance of qualifying, if they have a relative living in these countries. Many applicants are seen silently enjoying this benefit and therefore surpass other applicants in immigration programs.

We therefore encourage applicants (who have a relative abroad) to seek consultation from us in knowing if their relative abroad may somehow make immigration easy for them. You may be falling short in immigration points and what if a relative’s sponsorship can make up for these points??

If you have a situation like above, and you’re looking for further information / assistance, MIS-Legal may be contacted for it. Our dedicated staff may be reached on info@mislegal.org.