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Sponsorship of parents, grandparents, adopted children and other relatives — The sponsor’s guide (IMM 5196)

Tables and charts

1: Quebec:

Table 1

Basic Income
Required by Sponsor to Meet Basic Needs of Own Family

 

Total Number of
Family Members

Basic Annual Income
Required

1

C$20,584

2

C$27,787

3

C$34,306

4

C$39,455

5

C$43,913

The gross annual income is increased by C$4,457 for each additional
dependant.

 

 

Table 2

Additional Income
Required by Sponsor to Meet Basic Needs of Sponsored Person and His/Her
Family Members

 

Persons 18 and over

Persons under 18

Gross Annual Income
Required by Sponsor

0

1

C$7,126

0

2

C$11,292

The gross annual income required is increased by C$3,765 for each additional
person under 18.

 

Persons 18 and over

Persons under 18

Gross Annual Income
Required by Sponsor

1

0

C$15,057

1

1

C$20,230

1

2

C$22,842

The gross annual income required is increased by C$2,610 for each
additional person under 18.

 

Persons 18 and over

Persons under 18

Gross Annual Income
Required by Sponsor

2

0

C$22,079

2

1

C$24,734

2

2

C$26,700

The gross annual income required is increased by C$1,960 for each
additional person under 18 and by C$7,020 for each additional person 18 or
over.

 

 


2: Federal Government:

Effective until December 31, 2010

Sponsorship of parents, grandparents, adopted children and other relatives — The sponsor’s guide (IMM 5196)

Tables and charts

1: Federal Government:

Low Income Cut-off (LICO)

Effective until December 31, 2010

Size of Family Unit Minimum necessary income
1 person (the sponsor) $22,171
2 persons $27,601
3 persons $33,933
4 persons $41,198
5 persons $46,727
6 persons $52,699
7 persons $58,673
More than 7 persons, for each additional person, add $5,974