You cannot be sponsored with a marriage license, you have to have the actual marriage certificate.
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This requirement was removed. You are no longer legally obligated to cohabitate for two years in order to keep your status.
If the child is a dependent (under 22) then the child can be sponsored through the Family sponsorship program. If the child is not a dependent, the child has to immigrate normally.
Whether or not he can sponsor you depends upon whether or not he sponsored his ex wife – or whether she came with him when he immigrated – and, if he sponsored her, when he sponsored her. If he sponsored her within the last five years, he can’t sponsor you. Otherwise, he can sponsor you.
You can apply to sponsor him again. The application will likely be rejected.
We’re not sure what the question is.
If you’ve separated and the sponsorship application is still in progress, you need to withdraw the application or, at the very least, inform them that you separated so they can refuse it.
You need to sponsor him for permanent residence. This page is full of questions and answers regarding the process.
It doesn’t matter where you get married, as the marriage certificate will be in English. The sponsorship process – which is for permanent residence not citizenship – is not going to be delayed by a marriage certificate from a US state as opposed to a Canadian province.
She has to live in BC for at least three months as a permanent resident in order to qualify for provincial health insurance.
You need to sponsor her for permanent residence, which is a complicated procedure you can learn about more by reading other Q and As on this page.
You need to have status where you are living in order to be sponsored for permanent residence. So, in addition to getting married, you need to leave the US or restore your status.
Then she can sponsor you. She will need to be in Canada to do so.