Canada has developed an online platform where applicants for spousal and child sponsorship can track their applications.
On the government’s website, you may find the tracker. It is currently only for spousal, common-law, and dependent child sponsorship applications. It is accessible to both applicants and representatives.
The information on the tracker is changeable at any point before IRCC officers make any final judgments, according to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). It also warns that there may be occasional discrepancies or delays between the actual status of sponsorship applications and the data displayed in the tracker.
In the summer of 2022, the government also plans to open up online applications to additional potential immigrants. The transition to more online application processes is designed to reduce the time it takes to process paper applications and to battle the pandemic.
The government stated in the announcement that their efforts have resulted in overall processing times for new spousal sponsorship applications returning to the standard of 12 months.
There has been a backlog in immigration applications in Canada across all industries. There were 54,683 spousal sponsorship candidates and 8,848 children and other family class applicants awaiting a decision as of December 2021.
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