Parents and Grandparents PGP lottery draw invites the 2020 applicants
Parents and Grandparents PGP lottery draw invites the 2020 applicants.
IRCC under its Parents and Grandparents PGP lottery draw invites the 2020 applicants. The PGP program has been the most awaited program of 2020. Earlier the lottery for PGP had been shifted to 2021. Also, the ITAs have been sent to applicants who submitted an interest to sponsor between October 13 and November 03, 2020. Further, IRCC has invited 10,000 applicants who qualify under the PGP super visa.
Besides, Canada as per its 2021 – 2023 Immigration Levels Plan will be taking 40,000 applicants under the PGP. Parents and Grandparents PGP lottery draw invites the 2020 applicants. And if you received an ITA in this lottery then it means you have:
- Submitted an Interest to Sponsor form between October 13 and November 02, 2020.
- Are above 18 years of age.
- Live in Canada and are either a Canadian citizen, or permanent resident, or Canada recognises you as an Indian by law.
- Proof of funds to show you can financially support your family member(s).
Also, after getting an ITA from IRCC you must apply for Canada PR within 60 days. Because delay in doing so will result in cancellation of ITA. However, if the delay is because of strong reasons then you must give proof of the same. In such a case IRCC will give you 90 days to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
Parents and Grandparents PGP lottery draw invites the 2020 applicants. But who cannot apply?
To apply to the PGP, you must meet all its terms. You can not apply to this program to sponsor your parents and grandparents if 1 of the following terms apply to you:
- Are less than 18 years of age.
- Will not be living in Canada at the time of applying and or when your parents and grandparents become permanent residents.
- At the time of applying and processing of PGP application, your main residence must be in Canada.
- Are not 1 of the following:
- Canadian Citizen
- Permanent Resident
- A person registered as Indian under Canada’s Indian Act.
- Are a temporary resident on a visa or permit.
- Your PR application is still in processing.
- Do not have proof of income or funds to support your family members in Canada.
In addition, the following terms must not apply to you such as:
- Are in a jail, prison, or penitentiary.
- Have not paid an immigration loan, performance bond, court-ordered alimony, or child support.
- Earlier did not financially provide for the person you sponsored as per the sponsorship agreement.
- Are bankrupt.
- Are getting social assistance for reasons other than disability.
- Have a criminal record in the past.
- Are on a removal order and must leave the country.
If the above terms do not apply to you then apply now. So, you can get your loved ones to Canada.