Sponsor your Spouse for PR
If you marry to a foreigner, you can sponsor your spouse for Canadian PR. When you agree to be a sponsor, you must sign an undertaking, promising to give financial support for the basic needs of your spouse or partner and their dependent children. Basic needs are: food, clothing, shelter and other needs for everyday living, dental care, eye care and other health needs that aren’t covered by public health services.
The Length of the undertaking is 3 years from the day your spouse, common-law partner or conjugal partner becomes a permanent resident.
You can become a sponsor if you are: at least 18 years old, a Canadian citizen, or a permanent resident, living in Canada: if you’re a Canadian citizen living outside Canada, you must show that you plan to live in Canada when your sponsored relative becomes a permanent resident. You can’t sponsor someone if you’re a permanent resident living outside of Canada
able to prove that you are not receiving social assistance for reasons other than a disability, and;
You must also be able to show that you can provide basic needs for: yourself, your spouse or partner, your spouse or partner’s dependent child(ren) (if applicable)your dependent child(ren) (if you’re sponsoring only your dependent child).